Saturday, May 16, 2009

Teapot Block Pillow


A little something I stumbled across today.

Flickr crafter ryden1172 used Pink Penguin's Kettle Quilt Block tutorial to make this cute pillow from fabric scraps. What a great variation on the log cabin pillow!

Pink Penguin has made it super easy for beginners to make her quilt block with step by step photo instructions. She also has other cute patchwork tutorials available for download.

11 comments:

Gina said...

Ta for the link, that's perfect, i was looking for a non-trad entry project into the world of log-cabin patchwork. I think I'll make an apron front with one!

edward and lilly said...

No worries Gina, an apron front would be so cute, what a great idea!

sophie said...

I love Pink Penguin's quilting, she is so clever with her fabric mixes and gorgeous designs.

Sandrine said...

Thanks for the info Rebecca, your blog is such a mine of links and info, great! The picture is beautiful.Have a nice weekend if I do not see you tomorrow...?This time I won't do the "big Adventure trip with two little girls"a bit more relax!
S x

REread said...

cute ... there was a time I was totally into quilting... I have phases, like taikwondo and jazz ballet..

bubbachenille said...

Nice pillow, so many people are into teapots and teacups these days ! I'm into hearts if you have any interesting snippets in this regard !

littlelovelies said...

hello.. great link - love the teapot pattern!
i left you a comment in your creative space post but it didn't seem to show up????
has your little egglet arrived yet?
x nadine
little lovelies

Polka Dot Daze said...

very cute - will add it to my list of things to do

Tinniegirl said...

I've just been playing catch up on all the lovely goodness on your blog. So much good stuff.

Glad you loved your Tinnie too.

Melanie Gray Augustin said...

Oh I love that! It would be a great present idea for my mum...

Amanda said...

Wow!! This is my pillow!! Thanks for posting it!! Pink Penguin's tutes rock, her stuff is awesome! This was very easy to make and a good way to use up some scraps =]

- amanda (ryden1172)