"The ordinary acts we practice every day at home are of more importance to the soul than their simplicity might suggest."

Thomas Moore

Friday, November 13, 2015

Free pattern! Christmas Tea Wrapper...



So if you've been following along on the blog this week you will have made a Bow from THIS tutorial...


 ...and a blend of Christmas Tea from THIS recipe.




Today you can put them both together in, and on, a pretty 'Xmas Tea' wrapped jar for Christmas gift giving.
You might even keep it as a display for your home...






This is a quick project so you might like to set up a production line and make a few in one day.
But remember to keep one for yourself, okay?

Download the "Christmas Tea Wrapper & Trim" pattern HERE until December 26th.



For those who are wondering, the two fabrics I used for this pattern were from a 2010 line by Kate Spain (12 Days of Christmas) and are still my favourite seasonal prints. I have less than a fat eighth of each left which will hopefully be used in something small very soon - just for me. 

It's Friday here in Australia and I'm about to sit down and finish a secretly *splendid* 2016 design that must be posted to the USA by Monday, so I shall leave you with my blessings for a relaxed and refreshing weekend which hopefully includes a few hours in your sewing space...xx

hugs


18 comments:

  1. Such a perfect gift...I love it!! Thank you, Jenny.

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  2. What a great design! It would be super with some small chocolate candies inside or make it larger for a jar of cookies or ... or ... just anything! Thanks so much, Jenny!

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  3. Una unión perfecta:Té y costura. Muchas gracias. Feliz fin de semana para ti y tu hermosa familia. Bless you.

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  4. Absolutely beautiful dear Jenny & I shall definately be making this up for some gifts for christmas x x x

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  5. What a lovely gift idea this is Jenny! Thank you for sharing it with us! Christine x

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  6. I used to have three of these containers. Now I wished I still had them. Love the covers.

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  7. Hi Jenny ,oh I am going to make this tea and I love how pretty it looks in the jar ,well done xx

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  8. Lovely post Jenny. Thanks for the recipe!!
    Have a nice weekend

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  9. Thank you very much! This can easily be adapted for a variety of events.

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  10. Jenny, this is a fantastic addition to the tea recipe and bow! May the Lord continue to adorn you with this special talent and surround you with love and blessings! Have a wonderful creative day!

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  11. Jenny, Guess I have not had enough coffee this morning...but that horrible picture of Kevin and myself is enough to scare the Rooster from crowing! LOL. Thank you again for sharing these easy, fast and fun projects to make for gifting! Have a wonderful creative day! Brenda

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  12. Such a gorgeous gift idea Jenny, thanks so much for sharing once again. xx

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  13. Thank you for the beautiful pattern!

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  14. That is just so adorable, dear girl, thank you so much for sharing!!! You are an inspiration every day.

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  15. Gorgeous! It will make such a special gift. Thank you.

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  16. Wonderful gift idea. Many many thanks for sharing

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  17. I love your tea blend and now I adore this great container to store and gift such delicious tea. Always the giving stitchery queen...Thank You!

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