Friday, June 26, 2015

A Wee Little Tea Cozy

It's finished! The Berlin work tea cozy (kit from Janet Granger).

Front:
Berlin work miniature tea cozy 1.5 inches wide by 1.25 inches tall

Back:

Mini teapot:
Miniature teapot .75 inches tall, 1 inch wide

Teapot nestled inside the tea cozy:


Oh dear - what to work on next??

22 comments:

  1. A table clothes for you afternoon tea setting?

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  2. Simply adorable, very cute.
    Oh my.... Just thinking, if you had a dolls house you could make wonderful things for it....
    Smiles :)

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  3. That's so tiny! Beautiful stitching. How about some mini cushions?

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  4. Oh, how sweet, Kim!! And the black background is wonderful...

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  5. Beautiful finish! Love the detail. What time is tea??

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  6. haha! Love it! I do believe you are addicted to Janet Granger's work.

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  7. Omgosh it is so small, beautiful stitching on your blog.

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  8. This is adorable! Is it stitched on silk gauze?

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  9. Lovely and tiny! You are so good at those little things!!!!

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  10. How sweet is your tea pot cover , just wonderful.

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  11. That is just beautiful - I feel like a little girl again!

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  12. Kim, this is darling! These miniatures amaze me. My friend, Pamela, at Hokkaido Kudasai has also been stitching a few miniatures. The most recent was a blackwork cushion backed with black velvet. I truly love seeing these tiny works of art you both create!

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  13. This is so adorable! I just love all your tiny stitching.

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  14. LOOOOL... This is so cute! Every time you make something new, I think there's no way you're going to find another thing to make a miniature of. And then you do! :D

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  15. Oh, my goodness, Kim, you promised a tea cosy and what a gorgeous one it is! I love it!

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  16. Your tea cozy is a mini masterpiece! LOVE it! love Annette

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  17. Tiny & cute!! Love it, well done Kim!!

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