Cool, cool! I was requested to knit another fungus tea cosy, hope I still remember how to do it. And a friend of mine is mentioning your here: http://fiberrainbow.blogspot.com.au/Hey, I'm into tea party this year so hope we can team up...!
Betty looks beautiful on the cover! She is one of my faves.
You would think that in England of all places, tea cosies really DID change the world. The cover is lovely.
Wow how good is that!?! Noice one :o)
Hi there Loani! Thanks for the pattern of the "trumpets", you've seen already how they worked out with my yarn, I really lóve them !(You might be interested in another talented (Dutch) knitter, here : http://zijmaakthet.blogspot.nl/ her monkey "Jacobus" is a fab pattern that starts from the top of the head and works all the way down .... but I'm not quite sure if there is an English version .....? I couldn't find an e-mail address so that's why I mention it here .... ;-) !!!)LOVE the scarf with the woven "windows" is there a pattern somewhere ???Good luck with your fab knitting !
I saw your autobiography- "How Tea Cozies changed my life". Or was it "The tea cozies who love too much and the women that love them" ?
love to visit you blog... beautiful teacosy, so original...and your knitting and colours are gorgeous..congratulations from brazil.
That is sooo nice! I am soo happy for you. Big smile!
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