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26.3.13

If you're fed up with Teacosies....

Don't bother looking at this post.
Apologies for repeating myself but,
I'm enjoying making these tiny morsels of colour.

This Shabby Chic Green cosy made for a friend.






34 comments:

  1. Hi Susan, you can't show me enough posts about your teacosies; they are briljant knitwork and every one of them is a pleasure to look at. Besides, I appreciate your enthousiasm for just like you I can really enjoy making serveral items that only differ slightly from each other. Keep up the good work, Susan! :D
    Hugs, liduina

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    1. I'm glad you aren't bored with cosies yet Liduina, I'm not bored with making them!

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  2. Oh Susan nobody could get sick of looking at these - they are so beautiful and you really are talented :)

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    1. You are easily pleased my dear friend Laura and I love hearing from you :)

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  3. GETTING CUTER AND CUTER. LOVE THE GREEN.

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    1. Hi m1k1, thanks for stopping by and leaving a lovely comment!

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  4. No I'm not fed up with teacosies at all! I want to see more of them actually. Saying that I love your miniature teacosies is just an understatement! Oh I so wish I was the lucky recipient of this gift ;) Whoever is getting this one is a lucky, really lucky girl!
    Hugs, Lucia

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    1. Hi Lucia! I'm glad I'm not boring you ;) Thanks so much for your lovely comment. Aaand, there is another flowery teacosie growing in my thread garden ;))

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  5. Gorgeous Sue!!!!! And I never tire of teacosies I love them!! You were right about the Rik Pierce class and paperclay. Was easy but then I did have the master to show how it was done!!! Finally met Lidi too!! Well she found me out more like. As always great and lovely work Sue!!xx

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    1. G'day there Carrie, thanks for dropping in! Sorry the teapot was empty ;) Glad you and your project made it home safe! I knew you'd be fantastic with paperclay and with your expert artwork you'll soon have a treasure on your hands. Lidi is pretty amazing isn't she? Both you and she are brilliant artists!

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  6. How can anyone be tired of just about the cutest bit of crochet teacozy I have ever seen? keep 'em coming, I say!

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    1. Haha Sans, you are just lovely :) Another teacosy growing in my thread garden as I speak. It was the blue thread that did it, it made me make bluebells.....

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  7. Maravilloso trabajo, felicidades! Abrazos, Teresa

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    1. Thanks Teresa! It's lovely of you to stop and comment :)

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  8. Hello Susan! It's a lovely cosy and your friend is blessed to be receiving it.

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    1. Hi Lucille :) Thanks for dropping in and leaving such a sweet comment.

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  9. Oh, they can't bore, they are lovely! Make more!

    Marit

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    1. Heheh Marit, I'm glad you aren't bored and to please you I will make more!!

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  10. that is so cute, I wish I were that friend :)

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    1. Aw Steinworks, I'm glad you like my cosies! Thanks for visiting and please come again!!

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  11. ohhhh I like this one, beautiful colours!

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    1. Thankyou kibbygirl! Lovely to see you here!!

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  12. I find it hard to believe that ANYONE could ever be fed up with looking at your gorgeous tea cosy's - they are the nicest I have ever seen! So beautiful! x

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    1. Haha Helen, you could give me a seriously swelled head! Thanks so much for dropping in and leaving such a lovely comment.

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    1. Thanks Faby, you're a lovely blog friend!

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    1. Hi Barbara! I'm glad you enjoyed looking at the shabby cosy!!

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  15. Ooooh amazing!! Such perfection!! Love it!! :)

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  16. Tus teacosies,son preciosos! un gran trabajo!
    Besos de las Malu´s.

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  17. Hello, Susan!
    I've just found your blog and I'm looking at your creations with the opened mouth..i love this teacosy! Is it crocheted?

    Anna
    http://anna-galli.blogspot.it

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  18. Hi Anna, thank you for visiting! I'm so glad you've enjoyed looking at my 'bits of string'. Yes the tea cosy is crocheted.

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