Monday, 7 May 2012

keeping cosy

the idea of a long family dog walk round frensham ponds is not looking too appealing now the rain appears to have set in for the day, i'd much rather be keeping cosy, drinking lots of tea & finishing off the fairy cakes we made yesterday!
tea time
cosie
cosie
totally inspired by these tea cosies, i set about making my own, made from yarn left over from other projects - a quick, cute & easy pattern, as if i needed any encouragement to be drinking more tea! hope your mondays are a little less rainy


11 comments:

  1. oooh love that tea cosy! now I can crochet, perhaps I should make one?! you might just have inspired me ;-)

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  2. That is just fabulous - what with this & the fantastic cardigan...is there any end to your talents?! Clever you, wish I could crochet too. XX

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  3. This is a gorgeous tea cosy - thank for the link to the pattern. I think it is too challenging for me at the moment, but I will save it until I am a little more confident xx

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  4. What a beautiful tea cosy, tea and cakes are very tempting right now, much more fun than getting soaked!
    have a great week
    love jooles x

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  5. oooo that tea table looks gooood!!! xx

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  6. ooh your tea cosy is gorgeous! xxx

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  7. Your tea cozy turned out great. The color of your teapot is one of my favorites -- haven't seen one like that before. Have a great rest of the week. Tammy

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  8. Fabulous tea cosy, Kelly! I love, love, love it! Keep meaning to knit one myself but am always getting distracted. Yours is the prettiest I have seen for ages, though. Laura x

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  9. Love your tea cosy ... And also your blog! Have a lovely week xx

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  10. What a super sweet tea cosy. Can I drop in for a cuppa?!!

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