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! :DHugs, liduina
I'm glad you aren't bored with cosies yet Liduina, I'm not bored with making them!
Oh Susan nobody could get sick of looking at these - they are so beautiful and you really are talented :)
You are easily pleased my dear friend Laura and I love hearing from you :)
GETTING CUTER AND CUTER. LOVE THE GREEN.
Hi m1k1, thanks for stopping by and leaving a lovely comment!
Thanks Karolyn! You're sweet!
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
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 ;))
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
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!
How can anyone be tired of just about the cutest bit of crochet teacozy I have ever seen? keep 'em coming, I say!
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.....
Maravilloso trabajo, felicidades! Abrazos, Teresa
Thanks Teresa! It's lovely of you to stop and comment :)
Hello Susan! It's a lovely cosy and your friend is blessed to be receiving it.
Hi Lucille :) Thanks for dropping in and leaving such a sweet comment.
Oh, they can't bore, they are lovely! Make more!Marit
Heheh Marit, I'm glad you aren't bored and to please you I will make more!!
that is so cute, I wish I were that friend :)
Aw Steinworks, I'm glad you like my cosies! Thanks for visiting and please come again!!
ohhhh I like this one, beautiful colours!
Thankyou kibbygirl! Lovely to see you here!!
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
Haha Helen, you could give me a seriously swelled head! Thanks so much for dropping in and leaving such a lovely comment.
Thanks Faby, you're a lovely blog friend!
preciosa !!! ;)
Hi Barbara! I'm glad you enjoyed looking at the shabby cosy!!
Ooooh amazing!! Such perfection!! Love it!! :)
Tus teacosies,son preciosos! un gran trabajo!Besos de las Malu´s.
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?Annahttp://anna-galli.blogspot.it
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.