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17.9.13

Bright and .........Beautiful?

Ok, I can at last reveal what those colourful threads
turned into.
With apologies if you're tired of tea cosies.

This is for a miniature Gypsy lady who lives in
a bright gypsy caravan.


A rosebud.


No new designs but here are some
new works on old designs.

For a boy.

For a wee girl.


40 comments:

  1. Wow! The tea cozy is gorgeous. and the tiny garments simply delightful. I love the tiny monkey. Wonderful work.
    Hugs, Drora

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    1. Hi Drora! Thanks so much for visiting :) I'm glad you like the tea cosy and other bits. The monkey was made a looong time ago but he doesn't mind appearing as a prop.

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  2. Che minuscole meraviglie!!! Resto incantata! Non oso immaginare la piccolezza infinitesimale di quel bocciolo di rosellina!

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    1. Thankyou Blanche! I'm glad you enjoyed looking :)

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  3. Oh Susan, how could we ever become bored with you knitwork, no way!!! Thanks for sharing all the lovely miniatures in this post. The gypsy teacosy is perfect and I like the monkey-doll very much.

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    1. Ah Liduina, you are so kind! Thankyou for leaving a lovely comment :) The monkey was made long ago but enjoys photo opportunities ;)

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  4. Me encanta!!! Es preciosa!!!
    Buen trabajo
    Besos
    Isa

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    1. Hi Isabel, I'm glad you liked seeing some of crochet, thanks for commenting!

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  5. La tetera es increible, pero la ropa del bebé,¡wow! parece imposible trabajar tan pequeño...¡felicidades! un abrazo.
    Maria

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    1. Hi Maria! Thanks for your sweet comment, I'm glad you enjoyed :)

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  6. Hi Susan, first of all: I never am tired to see your gorgeous work. Your crochet work is always so tiny and beautifully made.
    The baby clothes are adorable to see, very lovely! I really love that small monkey :D!
    Hugs, Ilona

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    1. Hi Ilona, thanks for leaving such a lovely comment! I'm glad you aren't bored with seeing crochet :))

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  7. ooooh the teacosy is adorable Susan!
    and the wee girl looks very smart in her outfit!

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    1. Hi Deni, big wave from down the coast! Thanks for visiting and for leaving a lovely comment :)

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    1. Hi Eliana! I'm so glad you stopped to peek and leave a comment :)

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  9. So wonderful works...Your knitwork is super! Love those tiny Flowers!
    And babys with all the adorable details made by you are so cute!
    Hugs
    Kikka

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    1. Hi Kikka, your comment made me smile, I'm glad you enjoyed looking!

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  10. Love your super tea cosy - love your work!
    Rx

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    1. Hey Robin!! so nice to see you here, busy lady that you are! Thanks for dropping in and leaving a message. Hilda Grace and Lil apologise for not writing 'home' lately, they've been kept as busy as little bees with family happenings ;)

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  11. It is always a pleasure to see your work. I LOVE, love. love that tea cozy. :-)

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    1. Catherine, you are such a sweet lady! I love, love your comment :)))

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  12. The tea cosy is gorgeous.
    The baby set is adorable and I really love the tiny monkey.
    Bye, Faby

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    1. Hi Faby, you are a dear friend, your comments are always very welcome, thankyou!!!

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  13. Love love looooove the new tea cozy!
    It is fabulous!

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    1. Hi Rosanna!! Thanks for visiting, I hope you helped yourself to a cup of tea while you were here ;)

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  14. Oh Susan as always your work is simply stunning and I for one could never become bored with your work:). Loving the monkey but love everything too :)

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    1. Ah Laura, you are always such a sweet lady, thanks so much for your comment and I'm glad you like looking!

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  15. That little tea cosie is like a tiny garden in cotton, I don't know how you do it. The rosebud is incredible. And the baby things cute as always :)

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    1. G'day Norma! How's tricks mate? Hope the injury is but a distant memory by now. Thanks for dropping in here and I'm glad you enjoyed your visit ;)

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  16. You are so good at this =) I'm amazed how you can make such small rosebuds =)
    great work!
    Hannah

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  17. Hi Hannah, :) thankyou for your lovely comment! I'm so happy you visited!!

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  18. Speechless. Well... only one: ADORABLE!!!!!!

    Hugs,
    Paloma

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  19. prachtig werk, ben meteen volger geworden van jou.
    groetjes marja

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    1. Thank you for visiting Marja, glad you enjoyed!

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  20. Good to hear from you and see your latest. All of your work is gorgeous, Susan. I adore that tiny monkey! :-) xo Jennifer

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  21. Hi Jennifer, thanks for leaving such a lovely and inspiring comment :) hugs!!

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  22. Are you tired of us telling you we are never ever going to be tired of your tea cosies? It will be perfect for a gypsy :). And so are your weewear for the wee ones :)

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  23. Ok, ok, I'm convinced Sans. I thought it might get boring to show every tea cosy, specially when they're similar, but if you don't mind looking I'll take pics of the one just finished, before it goes in the post!

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