Tea Mug Quilt Block

Do you prefer tea or coffee? I’m a big fan of tea, and I love having my tea in a mug. I have several favorite mugs that I rotate through here at my house. This mug quilt block reminds me of several of my favorite mugs – I just have to change out the fabric to give it a different look. You can also make the mug and the handle different colors if you like. One of my favorite mugs has a decorative cup, but a solid blue handle. That would be simple to recreate on this mug quilt block.

This mug quilt block is so fun, with a little tea tag that is just begging to be made from a fussy-cut fabric! Pick your favorite fabric motif that fits in a 3″ square, and you’ll have the perfect custom tea-tag hanging from the mug!

If you’d like to learn how to fussy-cut, I have a video on using the square it up and fussy cut ruler:

This quilt block is perfect for adding to a cozy quilt. You can also use it for different quilting projects – like a table runner or wall hanging. With your favorite fabrics, wouldn’t this tea mug quilt block look perfect as a kitchen wall hanging? You can get this block a a FREE download when you join the newsletter list:

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Love tea time? Here are some more great tea time related quilt blocks!

Tea Time Mug by Carolina Moore
Afternoon Tea by Inquiring Quilter
Not Your Grandma’s Cup of Tea
Stacked Tea Cups by Appliques Quilts and More
Tea Time by Manon Hunt
Muffin Quilt Block by Julia of Inflorescence
Teapot by Duck Creek Mountain Quilting
T is for Temperance by Scrapdash
You Can Brew It
French Macaron by Penny Spool Quilts
Tea Party at Perkins Dry Goods
Teatime Cakes by QuiltFabrication
Broken Sugar Bowl by Becca Fenstermaker
Cake Anyone? by Kaye Collins
Tea Time by Patchwork Breeze
3-Tiered Serving Tray by Nancy Scott of Masterpiece Quilting


  1. Lori Smanski says

    Thank you so much everyone for sharing your patterns. These will make cute items for spring and summer time

  2. Thanks for the block. I am a tea lady from childhood. We always had ice tea in the fridge and a cup of hot tea everyday at 4pm with my nana, and then with my mom when she was older. I appreciate this block especially the tea bag.

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