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Patchwork Tea Cozy

from Retro Mama
(9) Name: 'Sewing : Patchwork Tea Cozy
Patchwork Tea Cozy
Patchwork Tea Cozy
Patchwork Tea Cozy
Patchwork Tea Cozy

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • basic sewing skills
  • some experience using a walking foot

Pattern Description:

Your teapot will stay nice and hot bundled under this cute patchwork tea cozy. This fun and easy pattern shows you how to make two different patchwork designs, double fold binding, and is a great first quilting project. Tea cozies make perfect gifts for Mother's day, housewarming, or your favorite tea lover.

The finished tea cozy will fit standard 4-6 cup teapots, and features a hanging loop and fully attached lining.

You will receive a 10 page pattern in PDF format with tutorial style instructions, full color photographs, and to-scale pattern pieces (no need to enlarge, just print and sew!)

Included with this pattern:

*glossary of terms and techniques
*hints and tips for sewing
*photographs illustrate each step
*PDF lets you zoom in to see each step up close, and print and re-print the pattern pieces whenever you need them!

This pattern is recommended for beginners and beyond.

(c)2010 Kim Kruzich. Please do not sell or distribute this pattern.

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Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • fits standard 4-6 cup teapots


  • 1/2 yard linen or solid quilter's cotton for outside
  • assorted cotton scraps for patchwork
  • 1/2 yard coordinating solid quilter's cotton for lining
  • thread
  • cotton batting

You Will Also Need:

  • fabric shears, rotary cutter/mat, quilting ruler, iron/ironing board, straight pins, binding clips, disappearing fabric ink pen
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Hi! I'm Kim, the designer and seamstress behind Retro Mama. I'm the daughter of a school teacher and grew up with a joy for teaching, which I am lucky to share by creating patterns written so ...

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