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Honey, I Shrunk The.......

Teacosy?




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  1. Original and wonderful!
    Bye Faby

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    1. Glad you like it Faby, thanks for visiting!

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  2. I can't believe how detailed and perfect that is!

    Amazing work, Susan

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    1. Hi Christine, the daffodils are done exactly the same as on the RL size cosy, they just take 4 times as long to make!!! Thanks for looking :)

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    1. Glad you liked the tea cosy Mirel!

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  4. Amazing, and love your teeny silver tea caddy.

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    1. Hi Margaret. Errrr, that 'silver' caddy (bought on ebay as silver) doesn't appear to be silver, it has never needed cleaning.....glad you like the cosy.

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    1. Hi Hannah, thanks for looking at the tea cosy. Glad you like it!

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    1. Hi Carmen, thanks for looking and leaving a comment!

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  7. Wow! Susan! it's simply adorable!beautiful work.
    Magda

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    1. Hi Magda, so glad you like it! Thanks for the lovely comment!!

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  8. My goodness, what a thing of beauty! I also love that little silver box!

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    1. Hi Lucille, thanks for your sweet comment, glad you like the cosy :) Ah, that 'silver' tea caddy......doesn't appear to be real silver :((

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  9. How incredibly clever! Is your fella now on the hunt for mini Roundup?

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    1. Burst of laughter Norma ;)) The miniature teacosy is under heavy guard against marauding garden terrorists...

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  10. It is beautiful and adorable, Susan! The "silver" box is wonderful too.
    Hugs, Ilona

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    1. Thanks so much Ilona! Glad you like it :)

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  11. I love this mini version even more that your first one. Also the tray display.
    Hugs, Drora

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    1. Hi Drora, I'm so glad you like it :) Thanks for stopping in and leaving such a nice comment!

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  12. Oh my word, what a marvelous miniature treasure. You're SO talented!
    Rx

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  13. Hi Robin! You are far too kind about my small oddities ;) Hilda Grace has claimed it for the time being though I'm not altogether sure kitsch teacosies are really 1940's!

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  14. OMG how utterly beautiful - you certainly are very talented :)

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    1. G'day there Laura! Thanks for peeking!!

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  15. Hi Susan!! Ha I love it!!! I still don't know how you do such teeny little work. Makes my head hurt. Saw your 'dented' carport. Oh bother. That tree had gotten so big and lovely. You'll miss the shade I would imagine. Seems all of you down there are having our weather. Sorry bout that! Love your mininess Sue!!xx

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    1. G'day good Buddy, ha back at you and I love your miniatures...wish I could do wot you do...since I carn't, I do wot I do ;)) As long as wot you do makes you smile, that's wot counts eh?

      Yep, our lovely pecan nut tree, gone to the nut farm in the sky. The place seems empty without it and the rest of the garden is getting sunburnt without it's big shady canopy. Darned cool here this morning, wearing a dressing gown. Don't know how you cope with eternal tropical summer up your way, not my idea of fun.

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  16. Oh my Goodness Susan, this has to be the most precious teacosy in the world. You should check out 'The Queen of Tea Cosies' for some wild 1:1 versions. Not a patch of this beauty though. Absolutely amazing. Carol :) x

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    1. Heehee Carol, not using much of my stash here am I? :) So glad you like the Daffy Teacosy.

      Thanks a mint for the heads up re The Queen of Tea Cosies, I toddled on over (read googled) and was utterly amazed! I'd seen those books in the craft/wool shop but, not really being a knitter, I didn't closely peruse. Loved her Daffodil Cosy. Never imagined there was an 'Official' Daffodil Day Teacosy, how cool is that?

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  17. You are sooooooooooooo clever Susan! And you made me smile twice! teehee...made a tiny brother doll and put the teacozy in his house :):)

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    1. You are good for my ego Sans ;) Glad to make you smile!! Must think on your suggestion re miniature brother - that would give RL brother something to think about :))

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  18. ahhh my lovely friend you have made magic happen before my eyes!!! I am in love! this is just amazingly darling and I WANT ONE! :D oh my, its beautiful, how on earth do you manage to get the details so perfect? love it! love it! love it!
    Hope you are well and life is dandy... not time to stop really as my days are always full to overflowing of late and i'm rushing so that I'll see summer this yr lol. talk soon :)

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  19. Heheh Gill, you've made my day! My head is getting larger by the minute, such a eulogy as you've written ;))) So glad you like DaffyDilly Cosy!!

    Wishing you a long hot summer, the sooner summer heads north the sooner we have nice cool days :) You take care and enjoy!

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  20. Seriously, how can you make such a delightful tea cosy?????? I can't help but keep looking at your creation, drooling all over my computer screen and wishing I could have something like this in my tea room! I'm just super duper amazed at your work. PLus green is my favorite colour when it comes to accessories, and daffodils the best spring flower for me :) And it just reminds me so much of England, especially the wonderful fields covered in daffodils in and around Blenheim Palace. I'm seriously in love with your tea cosy! If only I could crochet... :) Bravooooooooooo
    Lucia xxxx

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    1. Hi Lucia, you made me smile when I read your comment - Thankyou!! So glad you enjoyed my funny little cosy :)

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  21. Increible!!
    Tan pequeñito y con tanto detalle, me encanta.
    besitos ascension

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    1. Hola Ascension! Thanks so much for leaving such a nice comment, I'm glad you like! :))

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  22. Hola Susan, has realizado otro trabajo magnífico!
    Un abrazo

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  23. Hola Rosamargarita :) Thankyou, I'm glad you like it!

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  24. Me encanta, son preciosos.
    Un abrazo.
    Yolanda.

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    1. Hi Chris! Thanks for stopping by and leaving such a nice comment :) Aren't the little things the most fun part of life?!!

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