Make a play teapot

by kath_red on 22/05/2011

in Action Pack Extras, Sewing+Fabric

Do you remember the cute pattern for the Sleepy time baby and matching mini quilt I gave to you a few months back? Way back then I also promised to update with the pattern for the cute teaset that was part of the photoshoot. Well it has been a while but I finally did put together a pattern for a teapot – not the same one – as I made that one up as I went along and couldn’t replicate it exactly. But I think this teapot is way cuter and has fun retro square handle and love heart felt lid handle.

You might have seen that inside Issue 3 of Action Pack: A mini-mag for kids who want to do stuff! there is a simple pattern and really detailed tutorial for making the cup, saucer and some tasty felt jam tarts. That pattern is pretty simple, perfect for beginner sewists and kids to make. The teapot pattern is a little more fiddly and tricky and more for intermediate sewists. So here it is – I am offering the pattern for sale for only $2 as part of the PatternSpot launch week – you can get it here.

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1 Ruth May 22, 2011 at 5:06 am

Simply gorgeous!

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2 Vasu May 22, 2011 at 6:07 am
3 Sweet Pea May 22, 2011 at 9:02 am

What a treat….this would go wonderfully with my calorie free cupcakes! Do drop by and have a peek!
http://lifeisapumpkin.blogspot.com/2011/05/calorie-free-cupcakes.html

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4 Ruth Singer May 22, 2011 at 10:51 am

I want one! Why shouldn’t grown ups have play tea pots too, after all.

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