Sunday, January 23, 2011


So many of you expressed your wish to make your own version of my demitasse cup and saucer from my last post that I thought I would give you the pattern and some simple construction instructions so you could make your own version.

In the past when I have done tutorials I have given you step by step photographed instructions to follow to make project assembly easy. I apologize for not being able to do so on this project. I am under some time constraints for other obligations right now that don't allow the time consuming process of working up a tutorial. I am sure you will all enjoy putting your own spin on it anyway.

On top of looming deadlines I have been sick since the middle of last week so I am kind of moving at a snails pace and as they say, when it rains it pours, I have also been helping take care of my mother who is experiencing some health issues.

Click on the pattern and instruction sheet below and save to your computer. Enjoy!


Dorthe said...

Sweet dear Sandy,
I`m so sad hearing you being sick, and also your mother suffering from health issues, I wish both of you ,it will soon be over, and you both feeling well again- and healphy.

Considering all that,it is so kind and wonderfull of you,taking time and strengh,- posting the pattern of your beautifull cup, Sandy, how
very sweet of you.

I wish you a quick recovery, and hope your mother will also soon be feeling good again.

Big hug , dearest friend- from Dorthe

alveen said...

Thank you so much for sharing the pattern for your lovely demitasse cup and saucer.
Sorry to hear that you are unwell. I wish you and your Mother a speedy recovery.

Connie Eyberg Originals said...

Thank you for generously sharing your pattern with us. I will pray for a speedy recovery for both you and your mother. Take care, Connie

Linecas have said...

I saw you cuppost. And I thought that was magical.And wondered how you did it. And here comes the recipe, thank you so much.
Have a wonderful evening.

blessings said...

You're so sweet to do this for us when you aren't feeling well and have so much going on. Thank you!

Blessings... polly

The French Bear said...

Thank you so much Sandy, I really appreciate you doing this....I am thrilled, I shall send you pics when I am done!
Get better soon......wish I could send you some chicken soup and homemade bread...that would fix you up good!!!!

Anonymous said...

What a sweet and dainty little cup! Get well wishes to you and to your mom.

Terri Lee Takacs said...

Thank you so much! It is lovely ~ and please do feel better!

Decor To Adore said...

I am organizing a tea party in March. This is just perfection!

Jill Marcott-McCall ~Feathers & Flight~ said...

Hello Sandy!
Thank You so Much for Tutorial! This would be a Really Fun Project with my Girls.
Absolutely you can be a Junkin Gypsy!
I think Most of us are already or Maybe we just have a Deep Affection for Things from the Past!
Have a Wonderful Week !
Blessings & Hugs

Sarah @ Modern Country Style said...

Hi Sandy,

I'm so osrry to hear you're feeling under the weather. I hope you're right as rain soon.

What a sweet idea this is. Tutorials take aaaages so I can quite understand why you didn't share one this time.


Olive said...

Hi Sandy, I just read the cup post and it is adorable {the cup and the post}. I love that you filled it with buttons! I hope that you feel better. Rest up ♥ Olive

Thespa McLaughlin said...

What a fun gorgeous design! LOVE IT! Thanks for sharing!

Vee said...

I am doing some catch-up in Blogdom. My sister is ill today; her girls were ill the day before; I'm thinking tomorrow will be my turn. Must stop this kind of thinking...

Not again, you're ill, Miss Sandy. Take it slow. Praying for your mother's health concerns to all be taken care of right now and yours as well.

This is a sweet little project. Now I'm off to see what else you've been up to.

Monica said...

Hope you and your mother will be well in no time!
The cup creation is amazingly beautiful. Thanks for sharing your creativity with us!
P.S I meant to say that finally, last night, I had the great pleasure of reading your article in Somerset Life, and it inspired me an awful lot! Your kit is exactly what I'd need right now!;)

Daphne Nicole & Lynda Cade said...

Thanks so much for taking the time to do this when your not feeling well... and taking care of your mother, hope you both feel better soon! I love your blog and just joined as your newest follower!
Blessings~~ Daphne

Ika Verunica said...

Hi Sandi,
It is lovely...

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