Friday, November 23, 2007

some 'cozy' sewing

I've been having a lot of fun sewing tea cozies and matching patchwork teapot mats...some from vintage linens, and some I have embroidered myself on new linen.

If your teapot needs a new winter wardrobe, these sets plus a couple more can be found at the Firefly Farm shop.

34 comments:

  1. They're so pretty!
    Happy thanksgiving!

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  2. Deb - your tea cozies & patchwork mats are adorable! I love the little red tea pot embroidery against the linen.

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  3. Lovely work you do.

    This is about your previous post -- I am just awestruck by how much the view of fields out the window above "have a restful day" is just like the one I grew up with!

    Thanks for the memory.

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  4. You did a nice job on those! If I drank tea, I'd buy one in a heartbeat ;o)

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  5. Debbie these are really wonderful I have been meaning to make one. We drink soo much tea and believe it I do not have one. I saw one were the inside had a separate wool padded. Then the cover came off. Clarice

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  6. Hi Deb, the tea cozies are darling!
    Love your banner from your previous post, it turned out great. I printed out the letters and plan to make one for next year. A happy weekend to you. Linda

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  7. Hi Deb, Love the embroidered tea pot. Very nice touch. You are so creative. Hope your Thanksgiving was all you expected.

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  8. Deb - These are sooooo nice! I love their old-fashioned charm.

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  9. Your tea cozies are just beautiful. You do such lovely work.

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  10. I love your tea cozies. You may not want to let our your trade secret but I was wondering how do you sew up a tea cozy without having to quilt the fabric? I love the idea of embroidering one for my home, but don't want to ruin the design by quilting the very layers that keep the tea cozy!

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  11. Your sewing is amazing! I especailly like the one at the second photo. Lovely stitchery on it. :)

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  12. beautiful and I tried your pumpkin pie recipe for Thanksgiving and everyone loved it---except I am on a gluten free diet so I omitted the crust===and for the top I used some gluten free pancake mix to replace the little bit of flour in the toping--I use pecans instead of walnuts---but it was wonderful!!

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  13. They are so pretty, Deb! I love the little teapot!
    Kelli

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  14. Beautiful!! You do such nice work!

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  15. These sweet things are very pretty!
    Amanda (aka Cottage Contessa)

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  16. I love things like this! They're so pretty! I really like the one with the red teapot.

    Manuela

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  17. Oh I love the fire fly farm shop ! Just had a look, wonderful ... love Julia x

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  18. They are adoriable!
    You didn`t do all that yesterday did you?

    And did you like the link i gave you?
    Thanks Deb for stopping by and leave me kind words, makes me happy! :))
    Aina

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  19. These are terrific - love the one esp with the teapot.

    Tanya :)

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  20. Debbie, These are just so pretty! I love the sets that you made. What a lovely Christmas gift that would make!

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  21. Oh the second one is so cute with the embroidered teapot!

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  22. What a pretty tea cozy! Did you embroider it on linen? How smart! I also am interested in embroidery, crossitch, and now I am a knitting fanatic-i am currently knitting some more fingerless gloves for Christmas presents. I love homemade gifts. Blessings, Rose

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  23. Leslie10:35 PM

    Those are awesome! Love the floral, but then the teapot is so cute.

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  24. I am so lost on your site LOL. I've got the Dutch Oven bread started, tomorrow morning we will have orange scones LOL. I would like to order your tea set #4 but I can't find your email address.

    craftyncer at gmail dot com to get my email addy for Paypal.

    Hugs!!!

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  25. I am so lost on your site LOL. I've got the Dutch Oven bread started, tomorrow morning we will have orange scones LOL. I would like to order your tea set #4 but I can't find your email address.

    craftyncer at gmail dot com to get my email addy for Paypal.

    Hugs!!!

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  26. These are terrific - love the one esp with the teapot.

    Tanya :)

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  27. These sweet things are very pretty!
    Amanda (aka Cottage Contessa)

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  28. You did a nice job on those! If I drank tea, I'd buy one in a heartbeat ;o)

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  29. They're so pretty!
    Happy thanksgiving!

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Thank you for taking time to leave a comment--I love reading each and every one! I will try to answer any questions you have in the comment section. Due to the amount of spam, I am sadly no longer able to accept Anonymous comments....Kindly, Deb

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