Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Would You Like Some Tea?

I am so glad you stopped in to chat. It is time for tea. I have fresh scones in the oven and the water is in the kettle. I thought we could sit for a spell and chat about the weather....we are in the middle of an ice storm. Hot tea is the best on such a cold and dreary day. I had a chance to finish my mini tea quilt, so we can use it for serving our tea time today....
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I used the decorative stitches of my Embroidery machine as part of the quilting of this project. Then I filled up the white spaces with a wandering stitch on my quilting machine. A coordinating quilt tape around the edge finished it off and it is ready for our tea time.
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Enjoy your tea and scone....and please stop by anytime...my door is always open!

13 comments:

Ruth said...

I love this quilt. So pretty. I have said this before, but someday I will learn to quilt. Someday~
Ruth

Sheri said...

Oh my gosh! You are fast! (Ok, you put me to shame! haha) I LOVE it! it really is quite fabulous. It all just coordinates so lovely together. Excellent job!

Autumn said...

Just what I needed today>! A quiet cup of tea!

I found something that screamed BEV at me when I saw it- actually when I found it! It was buried under the projects I have not yet finished.
I'll get it to you this week.
The quilt is adorable! Are you & Sheryl seeing who can go the fastest?????
Ya'll move like lightening!

Beverly said...

Actually, you might notice that all of my projects are little ones...Sheryl-lyn does the big monster sized quilts! I can never hope to keep up with her...she is the quilting queen.

Calamity Jane's Cottage, Bonnie said...

Hi Bev,
Cute, cute quilt topper. I love tea and this is really cute. OK, I've said that too many times.
I had to make a copy of your chicken recipe and I'm sending the girls over on our diet goal blog, if this is OK. Sounds great. I'll post Monday about it.
Happy Tea Time,
Bonnie

boutcrazy said...

How in the world did you get it done so fast! It is beautiful. I love the pattern.

Mona said...

Look at you go girl!! Another adorable quilt! I can't choose a favorite like them all! The snowmen, pantry jars and tea pots.

The tea and scones are delicious. Thank you for sharing. :)

Princess Of Pink said...

What a lovely quilt, Bev. So sweet.

madrekarin said...

Bev- That is adorable. I love the colors.
Can you share where you found your fruit and veg fabric? I have been looking, but no luck.

Katmom said...

OH Bev,
I'll be right over, I'll bring some Lavender Scones & Lemon Curd to share.....
The Tea Time quilt is so elegant and the colors are perfect!
Hunker Down, the Ice Storm will be over soon....but please do not send it our way, we have had enough bad weather up here in Spokane for this year...
huz,
>^..^<

electricdunce said...

The tea cozy is sweet, and the quilt is a real dazzler, you are so talented, I've been admiring your aprons since I found this forum...

Karin

Teresa said...

Hello there! I'm learning to sew and just love our mini tea quilt. Is it difficult to do? Do you have instructions? I would love to try and tackle it sometime and appreciate any hints or tips you can provide.

Thanks for sharing your gifts with me!

~Teresa

Teresa said...

I forgot to give you my email address. It's TheBakers4Him@verizon.net. Thanks!

~Teresa Baker

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