Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Tatting Tea Tuesday - Brrrrrrrrrrrr

Brrrrrrrrrrrr! Yesterday it actually got above freezing. Some of the snow & ice has melted from the streets, but we still have several feet of snow & 5 foot drifts, & this a.m. it's only 8 degrees f.

As I was tatting up another heart in my Fairy Sky HDT, using my new GS shuttle, I reached for a threadwinder & picked up the one with all the flowers & insects on it. Well, all those together got me to thinking about summer. I got out one of my flower cups & saucers, & took this pic. Raising my cup to summer time flower gardens & picket fences!


Gina said...

I love those threadwinders! I should do somthing like that to mine.

Isdihara said...

My goodness, what a lovely teacup, thread holders, thread, knitting and SHUTTLES! I'm undone by them all.

Georgia's shuttles are so gorgeous. *drool.drool* You will be enjoy every stitch for years and years to come.

Thank you for joining in the fun for Tatting Tea Tuesday! I look forward to reading your posts each week (well, really as often as you post)! Always a good, satisfying read.

sewmuchfun4 said...

Goodness! With all that ice and snow, you NEED a touch of summer! Glad you found some close at hand.

Your Fairy Sky thread is very pretty and I also like your thread winders. I haven't invested in any of those yet, but I'm seeing the need. I'm getting tired of the thread just falling off the ball and wadding up on me!

:) Ann

❦TattingChic said...

That teacup is really cute. Love the snowflake thread winder with the pretty flowers on it...what a cute idea! What a cute name for HDT, too!

wickedtats said...

I love the teacup AND the shuttle AND the thread AND the thread winders!

Did you make the thread winders yourself?

TypsTatting said...

Just love the teacup, shuttle thread and the winders. Where did you get them? Margaretha

Tatskool said...

Such pretty things and all that snow too, how lucky can you get!

Desiree said...

These are beautiful. I have 2 of Georgia's shuttles, but where did you buy the beautiful winders? Thanks for posting them.

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