Earlier this year one of the club colorways from the fabulous Southern Cross Fibre was named for Lady Grey tea. I couldn’t resist spinning it up and pairing it with my favorite tea. Perhaps a mug will complete the collection? The fiber: Southern Cross Fibre, 75% Bond/25% Tussah Silk in Lady Grey The tea: Twinings… Continue reading Spinspiration: Lady Grey
I don’t know what it is about mandalas, but they never fail to catch my eye. Is it that they are geometrically appealing, almost like a kaleidoscope? Or is it the rich colors? Here they can bring peace and beauty to tea time:
The Fiber: Hello Yarn Polwarth Silk in Slumber The Mug: Ceramic Mug Om Yoga Tea by Marie Kennedy Pottery The Tea: Celestial Seasonings Sleepytime Tea The Yarn: Handspun by me
The Fiber: Aurora on Blue-faced Leicester wool by Into the Whirled The Yarn: Aurora Borealis (available in my shop) The Mug: Aurora Borealis by Dirt Kicker Pottery
There’s nothing I love more than blueberries. Well, maybe blueberry colored yarn and blueberry tea in a beautiful blue mug? The Tea: The Republic of Tea, Wild Blueberry The Yarn: Unwind Yarn Company, Journey Sock in I Want it Now The Sweater: Chicory Top by Sarah Pope, handknit by me The Mug: Blue Drip Mug… Continue reading Knittea: Blueberry
It’s Friday, which means balloons, liquor, unicorns and rainbows for everyone! I would love to enjoy a Friday cuppa in this mug.
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?
Many years ago I got to attend a Van Gogh exhibit at LACMA. I stood transfixed by all the delicate brush strokes in each and every painting. This mug set reminds me of that wonderful evening.
As I was browsing Pinterest the other day I came upon this quilt tutorial. I can’t sew to save my life, but if you can, you could quilt yourself a cuppa! Or, if a full quilt seems daunting, perhaps a small mug rug?
These two coordinate rather well, no?