Every day something new. This morning there was this from The Queen of Drawing. She doesn't call herself The Queen of Drawing. She calls herself Liz and you need to visit her at The Adventures of Borromini today and every day.
I am struck by how well Liz knows and loves her city Sydney. I'm only ever a Sydney visitor and sigh large sighs of awe at every corner when I am there. This last visit I found myself sighing large sighs of dismay at all the people who don't and won't travel further than 20 minutes in any direction from their home.
This is a first. No one has drawn my tea cosy before. I love it. Thank you Liz over at The Adventures of Borromini. Even the reference to the cricket is pertinent. I knit to better endure the cricket - err - the cricket, the 4 codes of football, the golf, the tennis. There isn't any question of NOT knitting during summer :-) But I admit to paying enough attention to be able to enjoy a good thrashing!!!
So today I share my humble drawings. Often tea cosies do start with a drawing as this one did. I share it to show that not all ideas are good ideas. This one turned out to be very silly. I took it to it's mad conclusion. It has even had an outing.
But I have a very important rule about my tea cosies being practical, able to be used, desirous of being used. This one failed dismally and is good only for wearing at fashion parades.
Introducing the wild but very impractical Powerhouse