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16.3.13

Tea Rose?

Some more tea cosy fun.

With one of Kim's delicious cakes.


52 comments:

  1. ohhhhhh!! un trabajo increible!!! me encanta

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    1. I'm so glad you like the rose cosy Ana!

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    1. Thanks for commenting Lucille, I'm glad you visited!

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  3. Those tea cozies are just beautiful and perfect!

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    1. Thankyou Catherine! and thanks for following my erratic miniature journey ;)

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  4. you just have to do this as a commercial pattern......I want one!!!!!!

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    1. I'm humbled by your interest Ginny but I don't sell patterns.

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  5. Your little tea cosy is wonderful!
    A very nice design :-)

    Hugs, Lina

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    1. Thanks Lina, it's very sweet of you to visit and leave a comment!

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  6. I love this tea cosy as much as the others you created. A lovely table display with Kim's delicious looking cake.
    Hugs, Drora

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    1. Hi Drora, thanks so much for your lovely comment! I'm glad you like Rose Cosy :)

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  7. Hi Susan, unbelievable delicate knitwork!!!

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    1. Hi Liduina, thanks for leaving such a nice comment, all comments are very much appreciated.

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  8. It is soo elegant and beautiful! Mini hugs, Natalia.

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    1. Hi Natalia, thankyou visiting and for such a sweet comment!

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  9. I love your tea cosy - your work really is beautiful :)

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    1. Hi Laura, thanks for visiting! The billy is always on at minicrochetmad, feel free to drop in unannounced ;))

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  10. Hola!!
    Te ha quedado preciosa!! Las rosas parecen reales!! Felicidades por tu trabajo!!
    Besos, Helena.

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  11. Aww heck, that's so darned sweet!!!

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    1. Heheh Norma, no need to sugar the tea poured from this teapot eh?

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  12. Thanks for visiting Eliana, you are so kind, I'm glad you like the Rose Cosy.

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  13. I love your tea cosy's this one is very pretty. Beautiful scene.
    Hugs Maria

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    1. Thanks Maria :) I'm glad you enjoyed looking!

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  14. Es maravillosa Susan!
    Bravo!
    Un abrazo

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    1. Thankyou Rosamargarita, you leave lovely comments :)))

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  15. They just get better and better!

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    1. Glad it appeals Christine. It feels good to have the miniature crochet-mojo back. Tea cosies are fun in any size eh?

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  16. Oh Susan, what a lovely "rosy cosy" ;)! It is beautiful, love the colors too, very delicate work.
    Huga, Ilona

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    1. Hi Ilona! Thanks for visiting and I'm glad you enjoyed the rose cosy :)

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  17. Never again can I see a crochet tea cozy with rosettes and not think of you, Susan :). Lovely work!

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    1. Ah Sans, Never??? That's a long time!! Thanks mate, you are a lovely friend :)

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  18. WONDERFUL !!!!!! I LOVE IT TO BITS !!!!!

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    1. From 'The Queen of Miniature Tea Cosies' - a comment I will treasure :) Thankyou so much Rosanna.

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  19. Que cubreteteras tan magnificas, son encantadoras. Podria comprarte una? Muchas gracias
    Gemma

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    1. Hi Gemma, thanks for visiting and leaving a lovely comment. I'm glad you like the rose tea cosy!

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  20. Your tea cosy is absolutely beautiful! x

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  21. Thanks Helen, I'm so glad you like the rose cosy!

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  22. Son tan bonitas! que intentare hacer una, pero nunca será como las tuyas! un trabajo perfecto!!
    Besos de las Malu´s.

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  23. Loving your teacosies - RL or mini - I've discovered a liking for teascosies. The Shabby Chic Green is especially awesome. Who's the friend? I shall mug them. Hugs, SL :)

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  24. I love this tea is wonderful!
    Hugs :0)

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  25. What ply wool/cotton do you use?

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  26. Hi Jeni, wool is too thick for miniature work, I use whatever thread suits the style of item I'm making. 50/3 for most things, 60/2 for lacier work or 100wt silk for the finest work.

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