Last week we quilted a stack of teacups.
This week, let’s add a teapot!
Begin by stitching a large circle with a slightly squared off top. ( Or, be creative and begin with any shape!)
Start stitching on the center bottom and stitch 1-1/2 revolutions, ending on the center top.
Add a small circle, again stitching the circle 1-1/2 revolutions.
Echo stitch the inside of the handle and the right side of the teapot–all the way to the bottom.
Add a half circle base and embellish the inside of the base (optional).
Add a few curly lines to complete the Teapot Motif!
I think a doodle quilt is brewing…
Teacups and Teapots…
― Henry James,
Won’t you join me in a spot of tea?
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