Last Saturday I was idly browsing my Instagram feed and I came upon a friend’s photo of a DIY mug that she had added knitting to: https://www.instagram.com/p/BNj866PAiat/?taken-by=karenflinchum She noted she had gotten the idea from a friend, so I went and checked out her friend’s feed and sure enough, it was a great idea! https://www.instagram.com/p/BGJ-jKlKNQx/?taken-by=jpknitknot… Continue reading Knittea: DIY Mug
Today’s tutorial was sent to me by Ana because it intersects our loves – hers of mailing letters and mine of tea. (She’s also a tea lover and my partner in tea tasting crime.) The Illustrated Teapot Envelope Art Tutorial can be found over at The Postman’s Knock. I’ve selected just a few photos of… Continue reading Craftea: Illustrated Teapot Envelope Art Tutorial
I was looking for fun things to share with you and came across this great post about DIY teabag tags. Take a look at the post for details on how to find small charms and bits to use as tea tags!
Last year I posted some beautiful Christmas tea wreaths and I was intent on finding another “craftea” project for this year. I found it over at Thirsty for Tea. This DIY tutorial shows you how to make Christmas tea trees.
A few weeks ago my knitting and tea drinking partner in crime Ana, owner of The Well Appointed Desk, asked if I would be interested in collaborating on one of her Fashionable Friday posts that would be the “corner” of office supplies and tea. Ana totally did all of the heavy lifting; my contributions were… Continue reading Desk Par-Tea: Fashionable Friday with the Well Appointed Desk
This weekend a friend sent me a link to Ruby Silvious, an artist who is doing a project called 363 Days of Tea. Each day Ms. Silvious does an illustration on a used teabag. You can follow the project at Ms. Silvious’ Instagram account.
A reader of the blog sent this delightful sale item to my attention: the Crafty Kitty kit from KnitPicks. The kit includes a Great Catsby mug, a white Danica teapot, a coaster and dishcloth pattern, and 8 skeins of their dishie yarn in coordinating colors. Tea and knitting all in one place!
I found this stunning recipe from SheKnows on Pinterest. The only real question is if I would have the patience to complete these treats?
I was browsing Pinterest the other day and found this DIY Anthropologie Mugs tutorial at HomeHeartCraft. Ready, set, craft to your heart’s content!
Recently a friend called my attention to the Rifle Paper Company and the fact that they’re doing a tea calendar for 2016. So far the only details I have found are on Anna Bond’s Instagram account. She tells us to look for the calendar this summer!