Share A Cuppa

Code : CG014
"Share A Cuppa" appliqué pattern by Matching PegsDesigned for needle turn applique (with alternative fusible instructions too) this fits into standard frames for photos that measure 11” x 14” or 12” x 16”, or any frame in between. Shown in Ribba frame from IKEA.
Teapot applique, detail of "Share a Cuppa" pattern by Matching Pegs
Teacup applique, detail of "Share a Cuppa" pattern by Matching Pegs


  • 1 Standard Photo Frame, for photos that measure 11” x 14” (28cm x 36cm) OR        12” x 16” (30cm x 40cm) or any size in between. Pictured is a Ribba Frame from IKEA for a 30cm x 40cm photo.
  • 1 Fat Quarter of background fabric.
  • 1 Fat Eighth of fabric for the teapot.
  • 2 rectangles of fabric sized 6” x 3” for the two teacups.
  • 18” x 14” rectangle of fusible, lightweight pellon batting such as Vilene H630
  • 6 stranded floss (in contrasting colour to background) and embroidery needle.
  • Sewing threads to match the appliqués.
  • General fabric scissors, paper scissors, and an iron.
  • Very fine pigment pen such as Zig Millennium 03 OR Sakura Pigma Micron 01 (0.25mm).
  • Rubber gloves (to protect your hands when you handle the glass in the frame).
  • Disappearing fabric marker.

Needle turn Applique

  • A4 or Letter sized sheet of template plastic (or overhead transparency or similar)     for appliqué placement guide.
  • Fine Frixion pens, pigment pens and/or silver gel pen to mark applique lines        (the line will be turned under, out of sight).
  • Small, sharp pointed scissors (eg. embroidery scissors).
  • Fine permanent pen such as Extra Fine Sharpie.
  • A4 or Letter sized sheet of freezer paper.
  • Size 11 Straw/Milliners needle for appliquéing.

Fusible Applique

  • A4 or Letter sized piece of double sided fusible web.
  • Appliqué mat or silicon baking paper such as ‘Glad Bake’.

I am no longer designing and selling patterns, but I’m very proud of the work I created, so I have left the patterns detailed here as a record of my endeavours.

Pattern : CG014 : Share A Cuppa