Hello! I hope everyone enjoyed Thanksgiving. We visited my mom’s house, laughed, walked outside on a beautiful day (65 degrees at the end of November!), and ate too much. Yep. A pretty good Thanksgiving.
Today I’m announcing my brand new “mini quilt” pattern, called Time for Tea. (Can you figure out how I got that name???)
This is an add-on, or “companion” pattern, to the Cozy Afternoon Block of the Month. If you already have the Cozy Afternoon Block of the Month patterns, you can purchase the mini quilt pattern for just $3! This is available as a digital pattern only, meaning you will not be sent a paper pattern in the mail- you need to download it. You can choose any block from the Cozy Afternoon BOM, and make this cute little quilt as a table topper or wall hanging. Make a mini quilt with each block in the series to create a cute mini quilt set! Click here to get your Time for Tea Mini Quilt pattern. (And don’t forget, if you want a really quick project- just use a pretty floral or fun novelty print in the place of the appliqued white border!)
If you don’t have the Cozy Afternoon Block of the Month patterns, you can purchase the whole set, including the Time for Tea pattern, here.
***Please note- I HATE having to bring this up, but I feel it needs to be said. If you have a friend who did NOT get the Cozy Afternoon patterns when they were available for free, please do not make copies for them, or send them the files. Those patterns were my special gift to those who signed up over a 7 month period. The patterns are now available for a very reasonable price over on my website. I love sharing “freebies” with my readers, but I also need to make some income to cover the cost of maintaining my website, sending out the emails with the pattern links (yes, I have to pay for that service), and other stuff (like mortgage and food, lol). Thanks for your understanding.
PHEW! I’m glad I got that out of the way!
Also…. if you LOVE making mini quilts (they are all the rage right now!), stay tuned because I have a special project that I started working on for early 2016!
And… more “mini” news…. You can also get the free pattern/tutorial to make this Vintage Noel Mini Quilt! It was recently featured over at the Sew Mama Sew website, and in addition to the pattern, I have a video tutorial to show you how to use my NEW FAVORITE product, DecoFoil. I plan on adding metallics to everything, lol.
I just love that Time for Tea pattern! I’m a fairly new quilt maker so haven’t tackled applique by hand yet, but do love collecting the patterns for when I’m ready some cold winter day! I’m so glad I found your site. It’s wonderful! The tips are very helpful and your photography is so nice! Thank you!
HI Pam! I almost always do machine applique. I like to get my projects done fast!
I’m so glad to hear that! I am actually going to a class at my local store this Friday so will be able to get a lot of practice! Thanks for the encouragement!
thanks for the chance to make the mini, downloaded and saved, still have to quilt the cozy afternoon but it is in flimsy stage and thank you for that too
Thanks so much for your business, Margaret! I really appreciate it :) I hope you enjoy making the Mini Quilt!
Hi Jacquelynne, I love doing the BOM with you.
Your designs are awesome. Thank you for being so personnel with us ! Love hearing from you. Doing your mini quilts and BOM have taught me a lot. Do you have any ideas on where to begin with making a t shirt quilt ?
HI Debbie! Glad you enjoyed the BOM and my site. I have NEVER made a tshirt quilt! I know Martingale put out a book all about tshirt quilts. http://www.shopmartingale.com/terrific-t-shirt-quilts.html