Super Cosy

.... is it bird?

... is it a plane?


It's Super Cosy!

A strange visitor from another planet who came to earth with powers and abilities far beyond those of mortal cosies.

Yep.  The cup IS the lantern IS the tea cosy!

Off to the Powerhouse Museum Sydney as part of a little mini exhibition during the months of March April May 2010.

In time to accompany the release of REALLY Wild Tea Cosies.

What you see here is NOT in the book.  Nah.  It is in my head.  And on this tea pot.


Super Cosy.

Able to leap tall tables in a single pour.

Fights a never ending battle for colour, style and hot tea.


Jacqui said…
that's just too clever and stylish for words! And now I'm wondering what IS in this book if this ISN'T??!! Can't wait.
Ginga Squid said…
What? Its too late in the evening for me to figure this!
At first I thought it was a cosy for one of those mega teacups - and then my brain blew up.
Quite amazing!
wow girl, look at those colours, super amazing, wonderfull, crazy...ect.ect.
tikje wit said…
lynne h said…
oh! these colors are smile making, loani!!
Monika said…
I agree with Jacqui. if this is NOT in the book, what is?
monique said…
I realy love this one !!
The colours are beatyfull!!
Gidgetknits said…
That's just amazing!!!!
mem said…
Lynda said…
l am just learning to knit..your work is amazing and l love your sense of humour. Thanks for cheering up my very wet, cold, miserable Sunday even ing!x lynda
Knit 'n' Stitch said…
Spectacular. I too can't wait for the new books release
theemutsfeest said…
I'm admiring this supercosie for a few days now.....It's still to beautifull for words....
Janette said…
OMG - these are fabulous.

What the hell is the book going to be like!
grrl + dog said…
.... and play a little song on the squeeze box as well..

just spotted 10 balls DK kiwi on eBay.... mah ha ha ha ha!
Knit 'n' Stitch said…
...... a slinky toy hahahahaha - wow so many guises for a humble tea cosy
Anonymous said…
Very stylish. The top stack of saucers has a relative that is a hat. Anna Zilboorg's book on hats has a pattern for stacked berets (with 2-color stranding). I have one of those I made-- very stylish hat, but it helps to use a brooch to hold the stack together at one side. If you aren't familiar with Anna Zilboorg, you might want to look up some of her work. Wonderful lady who is also a knitting philosopher!
Grand Purl Baa said…
Hello Ms Anonymous
Thanks for that. I hadn't seen any of Anna Zilboorg's work but hats are a great inspiration for tea cosies... the likes of

Xenobia Bailey

Pam de Groot

Jean Hicks

and especially

Ana Voog

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