I know it’s a little late for Mother’s Day, but I couldn’t help but notice this sweet pink mug featured on Harney & Sons website for the holiday. I think it looks like knit stitches, don’t you?
Last week I saw a new collection of patterns pop up on Ravelry. The Tea Collection is a new ebook of accessory patterns by Clare Devine. The hat on the cover, Earl Grey, is a wonderful cabled hat, and I love that pom pom. Perhaps my favorite pattern in the booklet, however, is Lapsang. I’m… Continue reading Knit-tea: The Tea Collection
Just before Christmas I decided to splurge and get myself a cheerful little ceramic teapot. I ventured out to our local tea store and picked up a Curve Teapot in a bright red. Of course, a beautiful new teapot needed a cozy. I started thinking I wanted to make the Ribbed & Ruffled Tea Cozy… Continue reading Craftea: Cozy Cozy.
The Knitting: Sugarplums Blanket by Danielle Chalson, Madelinetosh Sport in Night Blooms The Tea: Celestial Seasonings Sugar Plum Spice, one of my holiday favorites! The Tea Set: Plum from Tealicious
I’ve noticed quite a few cute woodland creatures coming across my stream of late. Do you want to add a few to your teatime?
The Knitting: Desert Vista Dyeworks Viso self striping in La Duree Macaroons, My own sock pattern. The Mug: Society 6, Mint Macaroon mug The Macaroons: Colors Macarons, Overland Park, KS The Tea: Teavana, Marshmallow Macaroon (review here)
It’s October 1 and that means it’s almost time for my favorite holiday, Halloween. A bit of knitting and tea to get you in the mood… The Mugs: Halloween Mug by Dawn Davare Designs on Etsy, $22.00 The Tea: Celestial Seasonings Sweet Harvest Pumpkin Tea The Knits: Patch by Susan Claudino (photos are her samples) The… Continue reading Knittea: All Hallows Eve
I don’t know about you, but I would love one of these to nibble on while knitting my sweater and sipping a cup of tea!
If ever there was a store made for me, it is Churchmouse Yarn & Teas. I hope one day to be able to visit the store on scenic Bainbridge Island, just a short ferry ride from Seattle. But for now I’ll just watch, and drool from afar.
Welcome back for my second episode and welcome to new viewers. If you’re looking for me on social media all my contact details are here. Please leave me a comment to say hello! Wearing: Hitchhiker by Martina Behm in Wollmeise Pure in the Wichtelwaltzer colorway Sipping: The Tea: David’s Tea, Root Beer Float The Mug:… Continue reading The Corner of Knit & Tea: Episode 2