Monday, 6 December 2010


Having got my workshop sorted out on Saturday it was a pleasure yesterday to get my sewing machine out and get the Ascot ties and handkerchiefs made for the wedding.

OK, so it wasn't mini but it was creative and they did need doing!
Those of you who know me will be aware that I make tea-pots out of washing-up liquid tops and I always have several on the go.

Over the time I have been making them they have been a great stand by, either as a diversion when I'm getting bogged down by a project or commission or just as something to do when I don't feel like starting a project. My teapots are always there in the background but since I fell out with mini-ing even they haven't been able to raise any enthusiasm  :-(  that is until today when I made one for my Halloween Room-box, yes  I know I haven't finished my hallway but I have to find my mojo somewhere, I'm getting desperate.
Boy those cobwebs were a pain to paint.
I even measured the window in the hallway, got out my material and started making the curtains,they are drying on the radiator as I type , Oh happy days.  
BTW, if any one wants the instructions for the teapot just let me know.
See you later......


  1. Those teapots are great. I would like to learn how to make them.

  2. They're a lovely idea. Keep at it Chelle - your mojo will return!