TEA PARTY

Good morning!! I hope you had a perfect weekend  and you are full of energy.

I have more suggestions for gifts, this time it is for the little girl who loves tea parties. You can get some of the patterns  at Crochet Spot website, and from other sources, google please 🙂

 

These are not very difficult you just need patience.

Have a fantastic Monday!! and enjoy the gift of another day… See You Soon…

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  1. They look so cute and cheery I want tea now 😀

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  2. Hi there! I found your blog from your nomination for the Good Neighbor award. Congratulations by the way! 🙂 I learned to crochet from my mom when I was 7, however, I’ve never been very fast and my stitches are never uniform! I think I hold the hook too tight because after a while my hands clamp up and I have to pry them open. I just love your adorable little teapot and cups! Too cute. Makes me wish my daughter were younger and still wanted to have tea parties! 🙂
    ~Jen

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    • Hello Jen!! Thanks and may I congratulate you too? Yes!! Thanks for visiting with me and I am headed your way in a little…these cute little tea pots were googled. Crochet is mostly practice, after a while you can do some stitches with your eyes closed 🙂

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      • Thanks! 😉
        Eventually I will get back into it! I have an afghan that I’ve been working on for quite a few years. It’s basically a whole bunch of large crocheted flowers and some small ones that you crochet separately and then attach them all together at the end. It’s the only way I can do a project that big with my short attention span, because I can just do one or two flowers here and there and put it down when I get tired of it and then pick it up again when the mood strikes me. 😉 I made sure to do each flower with coordinating colors but not all completely the same in case I run out of yarn or if the colors don’t completely match up!

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  3. These are so adorable – such a beautiful talent you have – and the patience of Job!

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  4. So cute!! And, yes, I had a little “china” plastic tea set growing up……ahhhh, the memories. Sweet!

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  5. OMG how cute are these. I cant wait to have tea parties with my little girl! I have to learn to crochet 😦

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  6. Those are the coolest things since sliced bread..Wish I had someone to make them for and wish my hands were in better health …. 🙂

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  7. These look beyond hard to make but oh so adorable♥

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  8. Love the read and white spotted one. Now just to make them waterproof:)

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  9. Thanks for sharing, and congrats on your nomination for the Good Neighbor Award, Pat! Blessings, Mtetar

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  10. I am pleased to know they are not difficult to make because they look very complicated!…and very cute.

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