This project is as fun to make as it is to use. The teapot has a removable lid, and you can make a cup and saucer for every guest at the tea party. Since it's all made from fabric it's more or less unbreakable. It's a great use for scraps of broadcloth or the fat quarter set you've been keeping aside for something special.
The set is smaller than real life, but it's easy to scale if you want to. The tea set is entirely hand sewn.
This project was originally published on my Instructables account where it won the grand prize in a Singer Sewing Contest! Now it's packaged up for easy download.
Be sure to also check out my Fabric Flowers project - it's made in a similar way and looks great with the tea set!
I'm a huge fan of soft sculpture, jewelry, knitting, and paper crafts. I've won competitions based on my design and documentation skills in sewing, fiber arts, jewelry, woodworking, robotics and cooking (many of which can be seen here: http://www.instructables.com/member/technoplastique) and I write for several different how-to and DIY blogs.