12 February 2012

Mini tea cosies, for Mini Pots


Wood Fungus Mini Me - How Tea Cosies Changed the World


Garden Party Mini Me - Really Wild Tea Cosies


Carmen Miranda Mini Me - Wild Tea Cosies

9 comments:

Stafford Ray said...

Cute and clever! Congrats on your new book and the success of your amazing and creative specialty!

Notjustnat said...

I think I can manage to knit some of these - look forward to get a copy of your new book - Hugs Nat

Maree: said...

They are Gorgeous...
Love the Colours.
cheers

Pixie said...

Just so utterly perfect...i love em.
Pixie

Crochet with Raymond said...

I am trying not to look at your photos here and on facebook because I don't want to spoil the surprise of your new book for myself!
I love, and I mean LOVE your tea cozies in the first photo, when I go home to Wellington next, I am going to buy Noro to make one for my new green tea pot. Love them, stunning, can't wait for my book!!! XXX

Jacqui said...

love the minis...but I notice there is no mini Pedro de la Pantaloon? Or maybe he's hiding in the new book?

Now to spend 5 minutes working on the comment verification words...getting old and they seem more and more illegible!

codiart said...

lovely blog greetings from the netherlands

tea cozy said...

Gorgeous, I love the colours.

Laila said...

Hello Leoni.
I'm taking an online class, painting with watercolor pencils, Dion Dior. Now for my final project I'm making a stack of tea cups and would like to add a teapot with one of your tea cosies on it. I'm thinking of Tree Fungus, which I thought were inspired from the Sydney Opera House.I'm asking permission to use your design for this. My painting will not be sold.
My e-mail is: Laila.n.jensen@lyse.net
With great hope and a wish for a good day for you.