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Teapot Challenge: Bat-Tea anyone?

Hi everyone 🙂

I finished my entry for Chook Shed Designs teapot challenge last week 🙂

And here it is….

Bat-tea anyone? 😀

I’m so please with how he turned out!

To create him, I drafted some new pattern pieces (and re-jigged others) from Jodie‘s Ulrich Little Heart pattern.

Jodie was so kind to gift the patten to me when I met her back in July, and I’ve been wanting to make him for the little monster…but I haven’t had the time!  So when the teapot challenge came up and I came across this teapot on Pinterest

I just knew which pattern I would adapt to create my teapot for the challenge 🙂

Let me show you the progression…

It’s like it was just meant to be!

I decided to make Batman, as the little monster has a few Batman toys and some Batman jeans, and it is so cute to hear him say “mat-man” when he sees the bat symbol 😛

Another challenge I set myself when I decided to take part in this competition was that I was not able to make any new purchases to finish my teapot…and I failed 😛

It was not my fault!  I promise!  I had to purchase some little plastic pellets to weight the bottom of Batman properly – can you believe I didn’t have any??  I did consider cutting up one of the little monster’s other toys (that he isn’t to attached to) to get those little plastic pellets…but in the end I couldn’t do it 🙁  So off to spotlight I went 😛

Every other item came from my stash though 😀
– black poly/cotton fabric, purchased from the remnant bin at spotlight over 6 months ago
– cotton flannel (I think?), used for Batman’s face, purchased for $0.20 at an op-shop
– black wool blend felt, from my stash
– yellow quilting cotton, this I luckily found in my scrap bin, and there was JUST enough left 😀
– non-allergenic premium toy fill
– black and yellow DMC embroidery thread

Originally I tried to embroider Batman’s face on, but the fabric I used is very loosely woven and the threads kept pulling all the way through…so instead I drew on his face using fabric marker, and I think he turned out really well!


The little monster loves him, and now I get to cross another item off the little monsters list too 🙂

Voting will begin the night of Wednesday 18th from 9pm EST and run until close of Challenge at 9pm EST Friday 20th.  


For more information (and to have a look at the other AMAZING teapots), head over to Chook Shed Designs Facebook page 🙂



Now to go and wrestle Batman away from the little monster…I want a turn 😛
Emma

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