Make a pattern out of paper by taping two sheets together, end to end. Cut the pattern 14-inches wide at the base by 9-inches high at the top, then gently round/arch the sides, keeping the width till about half way up...does that make sense? Hope so!
You will need two different fabrics (fat quarters work great), plus fabric for binding and batting. Or you can use scraps from your stash - there's a novel idea!
2 pieces of fabric: 9" x14" for the front and back.
2 pieces of fabric: 9" x 14" for the insides.
2 pieces of batting, 9" x14" for each side of the cozy.
1 piece of fabric: 2" x 5" for the pull.
1 piece of fabric: 2 1/2" x 28" for binding.
Optional: rick-rack, yo-yo's, buttons or any other embellishments you might want to add.
Lay the pattern on top of both fabrics and batting, stack it all up together and cut it out!
This is purely optional, but if you would like to make your cozy a bit more cozy, add some jumbo rick-rack to the edge.
Butter-Cream Scones, it's spot-on! While these scones have butter and cream in the recipe, you still need to butter them up...and then load on some Devonshire cream for the full English effect...blimey! I'm drooling already!
"You and I are two of a kind!" And in my dreams, we are! Well, that's my take on it and I've been her biggest fan ever since!
Until next time, I remain your humble servant...come see me at Pots and Pins, I'll have tea and scones waiting for you! Cheerio! Pip! Pip! xoxo, Nan