Friday, 2 March 2012

TEA

My favourite drink OF ALL TIME is tea... I suppose for someone living in the UK that is an obvious statement!! BUT I do!


So, my YELLOW post for today is all about that very subject. This is the back


and this is the front ...


of my tea cosy. It was a project from Sandbach quilt group. I could use this tea pot...
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BUT it is a terrible pourer! I could use this one..




BUT.... I got this one...




For Christmas from Adam and Caroline, it is  a GREAT pourer, it holds 3, maybe 4 cups, depending on the size of the cup!!! And I like it xx


By the way, I was asked about Congleton quilt group. There are about 60 names on the books, however there  is a core of 30-40 who turn up each time (every other Tuesday), we have a great committee who work really hard with the programme and prepping the projects we make/do. There again the members who turn up join in and have-a-go at most of the projects, AND ,speaker evenings are always well attended xx We quite often have visitors ... many of who often go on to become members xx It is a great group to belong to xx

Keep smiling

Diane xx

6 comments:

Anne said...

I love, love, love the spotty tea pot!

Karen said...

I love the chicken. All your teapots are adorable. I will be over for a spot of tea. LOL

Gisela Suski said...

I love tea, got some tea from Harrogate and just enjoy it so much.

Rosemary said...

I love all your teapots! Adorable! I love the kitty one! I love the tea cosy. The chicken has a bit of attitude!!

Annabelle said...

I too am a tea addict so love to hear others opinion on teas - I am most particular about the cup (must be white inside and delicate), the tea (must be strong and tasty) ... but recently discovered fruit infusions from Whittards - the very berry is to die for and much better for health than too much tea. Try a pot - with a touch of acacia honey. mmmm xx
The yellow is so ... in your face bright!

Catherine said...

I love this! It combines tea and chickens! Two of my favourite things :)
I agree with Annabelle, the tea must be strong, but I drink it from a mug (although I have a huge collection of teacups, they're just not big enough!) and it must be quite a heavy mug, and the right shape and definitelyy not chipped! Funny how tea is such an emotive subject!