Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Have a Latte

 

 



Welcome to my day of the Have a Latte Blog Hop.  A million thanks to Madame Samm for another wonderful hop and also to Joan for being our wonderful CHEERLEADER for this hop.  Hasn't it been inspiring? 

The great fabrics that I used are from Dan Di Paolo's and Clothwork's line of Have a Latte fabrics.  They were such fun fabrics and the colors are sooooo me!  

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Shortly after this hop came into being I had an e-mail from Jamie of  Busy Bee Quilts.  She had a book and was wondering it might be something that would interest me.  Wow!!  The timing was perfect and she mailed it off to me.  Aren't blogging friends the best?  The paper pieced teapots became coffee pots to me.  Anyway,  the dancing pots quilt ended up at 60" square.  I love the pots with their little buttons for lids.   

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This is my fussy cut center pot.

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This is the back with a solo coffee pot.

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I’ve had this mug forever and it was perfect for the hop so I made a mug rug to go with it.

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Thanks so much for stopping by for a visit.  Please be sure to visit the rest of the participants to view their creations.



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55 comments:

  1. What a beautiful quilt and the pped pots are perfect! Thank you for sharing.

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  2. your latte quilt is beautiful beyond PERKY flavour. Bravo!

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  3. OMG - just love this quilt. The dancing pots are just too cute and they work so lovely with these fabrics.

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  4. It's so cute! Nice finish ; )

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  5. A wonderful quilt, love the dancing coffee pots!

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  6. Beautiful Mary. That fabric line is adorable.

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  7. What great creations. You did a beautiful job turning the tea pots to coffee.

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  8. Absolutely stunning! I adore the button tops lol.

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  9. This is wonderful! I'm so impressed!

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  10. I love your paper pieced coffee pot qiult. The pots look like those old electric perk coffee pots. We have a modern one that looks a little like them except the lid is shaped different. Your little mug rug is cute too.

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  11. What a clever layout on your stunning quilt!! Great job, YOU!!

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  12. Mary, your tea pot quilt is just gorgeous!!!! the detail and quilting are perfect....Imlove the wonky style!!!

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  13. love the quilt and mug rug. The button lid embellisment was very creative. Thanks for sharing.

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  14. I love your quilt. All those coffee pots look like so much fun.

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  15. Super cute! and the back is wonderful! Love it!

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  16. Love the coffee/tea pots! Your mug is perfect. Isn't Jamie the sweetest?

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  17. This turned out amazing and just so gorgeous! I love the paper pieced coffee/tea pots! Such a sweet bloggy friend to share this pattern with you.

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  18. As usual, your projects are amazing. I love your quilt! Dancing coffee pots is a dream come true and you pieced them beautifully. :-) I too love it when things happen in such a timely manner. Not only did it work for you, but we all benefited from it. Thanks for sharing your creations with us today.

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  19. wow! your coffee pots are amazing! Love the little coaster too. ;)

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  20. Wonderful quilt ... love the coffee pots! The cup mug rug is perfect to pour and place you cup upon. I really like the scalloped border on the quilt. I have a scalloped border in the works for a up and coming quilt. Hope mine looks as good as yours. Thank you for sharing in the hop ... :) Pat

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  21. The quilt is amazing, Mary!! The scalloped border is beautiful, made the quilt even more special. I love it! The mug rug is so cute, perfect for that mug :)

    -Soma

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  22. What an adorable quilt! Loved the pots, your fussy-cutting, and the scalloped edge. Fabulous!

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  23. Your dancing pots quilt looks wonderful! I love the scalloped edge and the buttons on the pots.

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  24. Definitely the wow of the day. I love your Dancing Pots and the fact that it is reversible...the back looks great. Plus a scalloped edge, that really topped it off. I like the little mug rug for your mug. It was a perfect fit! Thanks for sharing.

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  25. Oh my, that is just the cutest. I love the little pots all in a row and the sweet scalloped edges are just perfect.

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  26. Love the quilt. Front and back!

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  27. BEST OF THE BEST. Love Love Love...
    I need to find out about that book too!!!! Nice Nice Nice finish!!!

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  28. Oh my goodness, this is the cutest quilt in the hop! It is just as cute as it can be with those little button lids. What a great serendipitous hop. It is adorable!

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  29. Just FABulous! Love the tilted orientation of your pots. Make your great design even more fun! Love it!

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  30. Oh my goodness....adorable! :) blessings, marlene

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  31. Wow !!! Your quilt is absolutely stunning,Mary !
    My best,
    Gosia.

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  32. What fun Mary and I love the quilt. Great fabric choice! Have a good weekend - Hugs Nat

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  33. I love it! Great style and use of the fabrics and colors. I like the wonkiness of the blocks and the scalloped edges. Fun, fun, fun!

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  34. Fabulous Latte Quilt and Mug Mat. Thank you sew much for Latte Hopping.

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  35. Mary- Your quilt and mug rug are fantastic. Love all those coffee pots and your fabrics used are perfect together.

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  36. Now that's a great way to enjoy your coffee. What a fun pattern! Love how you made it yours!

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  37. They are great and the buttons on the pot are a fabulous finishing touch.

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  38. THat is the sweetest quilt ever!! Love the pattern and the fabric is so perfect. You NEVER disappoint!

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  39. Wow! Your quilt is beautiful!

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  40. Amazing - you did a wonderful job.And the cup goes perfect with the mug rug.You are definately blessed to have such good blogger friends.

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  41. Your coffee pot quilts is so fun! Good job!

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  42. Certainly like your fabric choices and the scalloped/curvy edges!

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  43. Gosh what a fabulous quilt Mary! Love the colors and the back is as gorgeous as the front! Beautiful pieced blocks and scalloped edging...you really outdid yourself on this one my friend!😊

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  44. lovely work. love the scolloped border

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  45. Love this quilt, beautiful. So good to be reading your blog again.

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  46. Wow Mary! What a great way to "quilt two birds with one stone" - so to speak LOL! Love the cute coffee pots, especially the center pot. Fussy cutting is not always easy when paper piecing either - great job! And the mug rug is adorable. Love the "steam" coming out of the top!

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  47. Oops - I forgot to say how much I LOVE your scallop border!!! Perfect finish for that quilt girlfriend! Can you share the name of the book? I have a few friends who love coffee :)

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  48. I LOVE LOVE LOVE this dancing pots quilt. Everything about it is just beautiful. The back is pretty too, could be reversible.

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  49. Just my kind of drink! ;) What a lovely quilt! Thank you for sharing! Cheers!

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  50. Whooo... OUTSTANDING!!! well done.

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  51. Wow, the quilt turned out amazing! The fabric was perfect and the teapots certainly look like coffee carafes. I like the pieces back with the lone coffee pot and the scalloped borders. You are such a talented quilter!

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