Sunday, May 27, 2012

Babushka Darling Tea Cozy...

This is what all of my sidetracking
has come up with...
Babushka Darling Tea Cozy...



There is also a bag that I have finished but
haven't taken any photo's of yet...

But with "help"
like this...

Babushka and Benjamin

It will not be long...I am sure...

Babushka Darling...

So while I spend some time this week
taking step-by-step
photo's
and lots of writing...

Pop the kettle on
and have a few pots of tea...

Babushka Darling...


and hopefully it will be out
very soon...

15 comments:

Alessandra said...

I knew it!!!!!!!!
She is lovely!!! I adore matryoshkas in any kind of craft!!!
BRAVA!!!
xxxx Alessandra
P.S. have a lovely weekend, xxx

Kylie said...

She looks fabulous! Reminds me of Eurovision Semifinals 1 the other night... did you see the singing babushka contestants? This is so clever :) Kx

vintage grey said...

I love her Michelle!! I just adore your creations!! Great job!! Hope you are having a lovely weekend! xo Heather

at-the-attic said...

wonderful !
best regards from Scotland*

Pearly Queen said...

She's adorable!

Mistea said...

Beautiful - you sure create gorgeous dress ups for the tea party set.

Enjoy

Robert Daniel said...

love it she is very cute.

Steph said...

Soooo cute! x

Pammy Sue said...

Oh so cute! Perfect. I'm trying hard not to get sidetracked from the flower blanket.

WoollyBudgie said...

Very sweet. I love your little 'helper'!

Voie de Vie said...

Well done! And I especially like Hare helper ... :)

annie said...

She is just lovely! There is something very nanna fete about her! Christmas presents coming up!

Sue said...

That's the cutest tea cosy ever!

Christina said...

I just had a feeling I'd see mr. B. Bunny if I hopped over here just now. And your new cozy is so sweet, too! I'm always sidetracked anymore. So many great things to hook up! Happy thoughts to you

Darya said...

Oh, she's lovely! Reminds me of my grandma who used to make dolls for their samovar (it's a russian word, not shure how is it in English, but it's some kind of a huge tea pot that keeps water for tea hot). This dolls were just gorgeous, with their dresses and hats and all the embelishment. And sometimes grandma let me play with them and I felt so lucky and honoured....
Thanks for bringing that childhood memories back to me with your lovely work.