Saturday, 14 April 2012

Enamel Coffee Pot

When I first heard that Penny and Kerry had teamed up and formed Sew-Ichigo I got very excited. I just knew great things would come from them!
I had the pleasure of testing the Enamel Coffee Pot pattern from their first set of kitchen related paper piecing patterns.

Enamel Coffee Pot

The pattern instructions are very clear and helpful, and I just love this delightful vintage looking coffee pot!  I know many of you are scared by paper piecing, I was too at first, but really with Penny and Kerry's tips and advice you could not be in better hands. So if you are on the fence just go for it, I promise it is fiddly at times but not as difficult as it may seem.

Enamel Coffee Pot
As the block finishes 6" square it will be a lovely addition to my sampler quilt but you could also use the blocks in one of the tutorials on the Sew-Ichigo blog for a tote or a kitchen aid cover. 
You can buy the patterns here

x Leila

12 comments:

  1. A FMF coffee pot - I would love a real one!!

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  2. Me too Hadley! I wonder if Denyse Schmidt has thought about branching out into ceramics? Love love love it Leila, thank you x

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  3. it's really lovely, Leila! thank you!

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  4. Another fan of the fabric choice here, it looks fab!

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  5. I love the fabrics you've used! The design is soo cool! =D

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  6. the FMF was just MADE for ceramics...gorgeous! Very Lisa Stickley

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  7. That is too cute! I may order some of these to make pot holders. I have a couple of teacher gifts to make and these would be lovely.

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  8. Oh this is beautiful. Great fabric choice.

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  9. Goodness, your sampler quilt is going to be Amazing!!! Thanks for sharing.

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  10. Simply lovely!! I am in love with both their blogs, and you are right, they were bound to make something great. :)

    Cheers!
    Rachel
    Scrapendipity Designs

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  11. i love the colors and fabric. my gram always used an enamel coffee pot... i had forgot about that so seeing this brought back some nice memories.
    really beautiful work!
    have a great day!
    tracie

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  12. Fantastic! I would love to start each day looking at something so pretty.

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