A bright and cheerful collection --- inspired by traditional feedsack prints, but with a modern twist, Mimosa by Another Point of View, is a collection that you will be inspired to work into your quilts for a long time. With classic all-over geometrics and delightful florals, you will be pulling it from your stash for years to come!
Let's see it again, ok?
|Mimosa Fabrics by Another Point of View|
|How the Coffee Cups pattern appeared in the Kansas City Star newspaper|
|Paper Pieced Coffee Cup: 7" x 7"|
|Pre-cut patches for the Coffee Cups pattern|
|Patch 1 and 2, joined and trimmed|
|Patches 3 and 4 are added as shown; sew on the other side of the paper|
|Press oversized patches as shown; ready to be trimmed|
|Patches 3 and 4 trimmed. Now it's time to insert the cup handle|
|Make sure you don't iron that seam yet!|
|Final patches sewn, trimmed. Now you can press that handle down.|
|Pattern trimmed leaving 1/4" seams|
|7" Coffee Cup in Spring green and orange|
|Ten Coffee Cup Blocks|
And here's my Coffee Cups Quilt made with 5" blocks published about 15 years ago!
|Scrappy Coffee Cups|