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I'm a Little Teapot.....

Looks just like a teacosy!

48 comments:

  1. Nahhhhhh..he looks like a water melon :):):).

    I am kidding (sic) of course :). What a cutie! Now she can share clothes with all your teapots :):):). Kidding, again :):)

    You are a crochet wiz, Sue.

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    1. Heheh Sans, I didn't think of watermelon but it's true, he does look watermelonish! Thanks for visiting!!

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    2. Hey Susan, Could've called it is a "MELONCUTIE Baby"?

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    1. Hi Norma! Teacosies make cute baby outfits don't they?

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  3. Susan you just keep surprising me with the many degrees of Absolute Cuteness that you produce! I just love the little extras that you weave into your tiny outfits. Again, the cap and the jumper
    and the teeny tiny little booties with the delightful little flowers incorporated are Wonderful! I think that this sweet li'l MINI baby, is CUTENESS to the MAX!

    elizabeth

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    1. Hi Elizabeth, it's funny how you can take the same basic idea and do so many different things with it isn't it?? I must do some more photos of this baby and show more details, late last night the old noggin wasn't being terribly imaginative about pics! Glad you liked looking and thanks for your nice comment :)

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  4. un bebe y una cunita preciosa


    besitos

    Mari

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    1. Hi Mari, thanks for your sweet comment. I'm sorry not to reply sooner, your comment was in spam!???? Very strange...

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  5. It's adorable and I love the color too.

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    1. Hi Catherine! So glad you came for a visit and thanks for leaving a comment, it's very inspiring when you find that other people like the things you make!!

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  6. love him/her.....I have 8 of these little ones, they are so adorable, made more so in your beautiful crochet
    hugs Ginny

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  7. Oh... what a cute little baby! Your miniature knitwork is incredible, Susan. A gorgeous little suit and I love the iron cradle as well.

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    1. Hi Liduina, I'm so chuffed that you like the baby and it's outfit :)) The cot is fitted out with linen edged with silk crochet.

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  8. Oh my how utterly gorgeous :) hope you're okay ?

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    1. Hi Laura, good buddy! Thanks for visiting, your comments are always lovely :) In the inimitable words of Eigor (Marty Feldman) - "Could be worse, could be raining!" You ok mate??

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  9. Es un capricho!
    Besos de las Malu´s.

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    1. Thanks Malu, I'm so glad you enjoyed!!

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  10. Hi Susan, your little "teapot" (great find, is it from a song for young children ? :D) is so adorable and sweet. I am in love with your small baby clothes and your small stuffed animals for your drooling baby's ;) (if that is the right word for it?)
    I just read your answer on my comment of your previous post and I wanted to send you an email. But I can't find you e-mail address on your blog, I am sorry. My emailaddress is under the header of my blog, please, can you send me an email instead?
    Hugs, Ilona

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    1. Hi Ilona! Yep, the little teapot song for children!! Thanks for liking my little bits of fun :) Email addresses are on profile pages but I will email you later today, I have to go out soon and don't have time right now.

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    1. You like this one Robin? Thanks for commenting, it's lovely waking up to a bunch of nice comments from nice people!!

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  12. I don't know how you do it, those flowers are sooo tiny, it looks really cute!

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    1. Hi Margaret! Lots of rude words went into those flowers, specially on the toe of the shoettes where it's impossible to get a needle inside to sew the flowers on and embroider the leaves!!! Thanks for peeking :)

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  13. c'est adorable !Les petits vêtements du messages précédents aussi. Félicitations ! rosethé

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    1. Hi Rosethe! Thanks for looking and for your sweet message, I'm glad you liked the "teacosy" ;)

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    1. Glad you liked the 'teacosy' baby Eemaiva!! Thanks for visiting :)

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  15. se ve realmente adorable dan ganas de abrazarlo.
    un abrazo

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    1. Thanks Contar for your lovely comment!!

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  16. So darling, Susan! I love all of this fun! xo Jennifer

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    1. Hi Jennifer! Thanks for visiting the newest 'teacosy' :)) I couldn't help myself, singing "I'm a little teapot" to the baby when the outfit was finished - weird huh?

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  17. A very cute teacosy ;)
    Hannah

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  18. Lovely tea cozies. Especially like the daffodil one.
    Do you have an Etsy store?
    Where can we in America get your little Belly Button Babies?

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  19. Glad you enjoyed your visit Grandma Sheila. Sorry, no etsy shop. No idea where you can buy BBB's within USA. If you email me I can tell you where to obtain them in Australia.

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  20. awww! That is so sweet. You make the most precious clothes.
    hugs♥,
    Caroline

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  21. Thanks Caroline :) I appreciate receiving comments and I'm glad you enjoyed peeking.

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  22. Adorable!!!
    Me encantan esos colores tan suaves.
    besitos ascension

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  23. Oh I love the bub in the cot such a gorgeous little outfit!

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  24. These little BBB's are perfect 1/12th scale Deni, and such fun to dress!

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