Saturday, May 14, 2011

Tea Caddy Tutorial

I just wanted to say congratulations to my bloggy friend AnneMarie of Gen X Quilters, who now has her first tutorial at the Moda Bake Shop!

Her tea caddy tute happened to run the day of the Blogger meltdown, so I'm guessing many of you missed it—and that's a shame because it's such a cute and useful little item. So head on over to the Bake Shop to learn how to make this adorable tea tote.


Patchwork and Play said...

That looks fabulous! One of those will go on my 'to-do' list! Thanks for the heads-up!

Live a Colorful Life said...

So nice of you to make sure we see this tutorial. Blogger was super frustrating the other day!

AnneMarie said...

Thanks Lee for the shout out! It was such a bummer that blogger went kaput on THAT day of all days. Lucky it didn't get erased!

My Sweet Prairie said...

That is brilliant! Very sweet.
: )

@pril said...

This is quite interesting. I would love for you to add this & anything else to my blog's linky party:

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