Another sweet project from Scandinavian Stitches....
I am beginning to think these will be difficult to part with...the teapot fabric is vintage. I found this as a feedsack pillow case in a great cheese/flea market shop in Plain City. The other fabrics are from Sew To Speak :)
Molly helped with stitching the steam from the cup!
The buttons - front and back - are from my niece who is lucky enough to live near The French General in Burbank, Calif. I love how the trim matches the tea cup! Or in my case coffee cup....
Enjoy your Monday!
Oh that is just SOOoooo beautiful! What a great job! I'm envious.... :-)ReplyDelete
What a darling pillow. I can see why you may have a little difficulty passing it on. Imagine how delighted the recipient will be. :o)ReplyDelete
Have a wonderful week!!
Sincerely - Tricia
Gorgeous!!!!! The vintage fabric is perfect!ReplyDelete
Oh, how I love this! It's absoulutely perfect!ReplyDelete
What a sweet pillow! Love the look of the back as well.ReplyDelete
Sew cute! I love it. I love my tea time. My daughter would love this pillow.ReplyDelete
Cute! I guess it's time for a cuppa tea.ReplyDelete
Oh, how I would love a cuppa tea...but too close to bedtime!ReplyDelete
Oh these are great!I can see why you'd have a hard time parting with them :)ReplyDelete
I love Sew To Speak, and have even been to the original Los Angeles French General -it was really fun-of course I got a few things there I can't part with either ;) I even kept some buttons and trims in their original package!
Your pillow is absolutely charming!ReplyDelete
That's so precious! I love all the little details. Great job!ReplyDelete
LOve your pillow...it is so adorable, the red/white polka dot cup is Perfect!ReplyDelete
Thank you everyone for the lovely comments! I would send each of you an email but for some reason (I have not yet figured out) every comment sent to my email has a no-reply address. Now I know this has to be something with my security settings on my computer...because even my comments come to me this way and I know I have my email on my profile. Soooo...I apologize and if anyone has any clue how I might correct this situation...I would love the help :) Anyhooo...thank you so much!ReplyDelete
I'm no help with your setting dilemma Mary but I love your teapot pillow to bits!ReplyDelete
That polka dot cup is wonderful....makes me want to make a whole quilt of them.ReplyDelete
You have fabulous taste in color and fabrics...your blog rocks
wow! super cute! I think I'm going to have to get this book. It's been on my wishlist for some time now. i don't really know how to embroider (well...not at all actually!) and my applique skills are extremely "beginner" as well, But I guess I could learn and practice! This stuff you've done from the book are amazing!ReplyDelete