Monday, November 3, 2008

Evolution .................

Evolution is a tricky thing

My eleventh cup evolved into a teapot.

80 comments:

  1. Yey! And a Fabulous teacup it is too. Now, what are you going to do with it??

    xMx

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  2. Blimey - that Locket doesn't mince her words!!

    Fab teapot Jodie. Is it to be joined by a patchwork cake?

    xxx

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  3. Brilliant cup. Brilliant teapot. Now are you going to do a plate, bowl and food to go with it?

    (Seriously ... they are wonderful). x

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  4. Ok I can come for a cuppa now LOL love them both.
    Hugs Mary.

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  5. They're so much fun and look amazing. Now I'm waiting to see if you can sew a tea strainer!

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  6. Love it. Are you going to do a tutorial?

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  7. so you will do espresso cups next right? *lol*

    the teapot is fab! I keep thinking of the Mad Hatter's tea party.. I want to see a huge table of fabric dishes and food... that would be brilliant.. though I may possibly be a bit mad myself.

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  8. Now that is a tea set!! Loving it, but I suppose that since the tea cup didn't hold tea, neither can the pot...LOL!!

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  9. Oh this one is cute with all the colours!! I'm still in love with the one you send me (red with white polka dots)!

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  10. OMGosh just loving it to bits...brillant work...
    your so clever...
    mad hatters tea party here you come...

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  11. YAY FOR FUN
    When are you planning your exhibition?

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  12. What a great thing to turn into!! So cute!

    Sherry

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  13. brilliant teapot, and cup and saucer, and you x

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  14. Patchwork cake, want patchwork cake!








    tee hee! word verification today 'comend'

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  15. Wow, those are beautiful! I just found your blog, so I haven't searched it yet--but do you have a tutorial for either?

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  16. That looks great! I can totally see a whole tea set... how cool would that be?

    And funny stuff in my word verification too: mashesti.

    Wait, what? Machete? I swear they're starting to talk to me...

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  17. that's brilliant! great, both the teapot and the teacup!

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  18. I'm loving seeing the evolution of your handiworks, Jodie. What a fabulous looking tea set!

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  19. These are fab... very Magic Roundabout too! If you're making these to sell, I'm going to want a tea set!

    I know a curator who would love these. She'll just have to get her own, so there!

    Um, can you do a spoon to stir the tea with?

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  20. So cute! That teapot's just amazing.

    But, um, could we have more kitten pictures please? :)

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  21. I love the teapot and cup. So cute.

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  22. How you manage to get any sewing done when you have that GORGEOUS kitten to play with is beyond me .... and I'm not even a cat person ....

    Well done on cracking the cup (as it were).

    :)

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  23. That is so gosh darn cute!!! Apparently you have perserverence.

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  24. My suggestion for the next evolutionary step.


    Utentils.

    Think how fun!

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  25. Fantastic! Love the shape and the colours. Your kitty is so cute. Will we get to see more pics of him soon ?

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  26. Fantastic teapot and cup - for some reason they make me think of Alice in Wonderland.

    Verifcation word for me - ousqueak -the most like a real word I have ever had to type!

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  27. So perky! Would love to see some dollies sitting round having a cuppa. Go on, you know you want to have another photo shoot.

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  28. From the words of Ben Stiller in "Night at the Museum".....
    "It's freakin' awesome"!!

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  29. Loving the teapot! What craftness!

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  30. Too cute for words. You are so much fun! Now how about a pic of that cute little kitten wrapped up in the selvedge doll quilt?!!

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  31. Love them. The teacup is gorgeous. I really like the button where the handle is attached. You have such a good eye for detail.
    Very clever and as always - Lovely work.
    Cute kitten too by the way (sorry, just catching up - I haven't dropped by for a while!)

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  32. I agree with Lucy Locket...but I must admit they are very cute!! Love the fabric too.

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  33. I have discovered that the softie makers are the great scientists fo the crafting world, experiment, experiment, experiemtn. It ools fabulous too!

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  34. Super cute Jodie! What great evolution. Does the kitten fit into the cup? And are you going to produce some patterns/kits for these? One of the favourite toys in our house is your chenille cupcakes and chocolate cake.

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  35. Jodie!! How cute and special. I really love both of them. They couldn't be more perfect. Really.

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  36. I have been enjoying your cup saga and giggling because my house is full of dodgy prototypes too! Kind of the deformed cousin you keep in the attic type prototypes. Can't wait to see the next evolution!

    ~Holly
    Two Cheese Please

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  37. I also wanted to tell you that you have a pervy blog. My word verification was "sexxes" and now this one is "fumble" - what's going on here hmmmm?

    ~Holly

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  38. that Locket doesn't mince her words!!I have been enjoying your cup saga

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  39. Oh what HAVE you got yourself into, Miss Jodie?!?! You realise now you'll have to whip up a creamer, a sugar-bowl and a tea-strainer. At the very least.

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  40. It's looking great, I just love the fabric you've used.

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  41. They're so cool! Can you make a cafeteire for us coffee drinkers?! ;)

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  42. What I want to know is ...what have you done the the other 10. are they tossed aside, idle -forever resigned to live life in the scrap basket, never having known love because they weren't perfect?
    my mind does wander some times :)

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  43. This is great! Can' wait for the pattern!; lol...

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  44. You are cracking me up with this series of posts...!

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  45. This teapot is brilliant!

    I know someone who would love to have it. So if you have a pattern available... I would buy it! Or if you put the teapot up for sale...

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  46. funny how that happens! both are lovely :-)

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  47. Unbelievably original and a perfect cup of tea. I love your unique creativity. Beautiful job.

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  48. cup or teapot best thing is they are great looking

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  49. I'm a little teacup small and cute
    Here is my handle
    Here is my Eh.....?
    When I get all steamed up
    hear me shout....
    OH! NO! Im a teapot!!!

    Bad attempt at a nursery rhyme!!
    Gorgeous! Love them both! Cathyx

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  50. How very cute!!! Finally a tea set that will not require water!!.. It is gorgeous.. I can see all the dolls having a very grand tea party indeed!

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  51. These are great - I can just see them at a mad hatter's tea party!!!!

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  52. Evolution is a tricky but wonderful thing-love it!

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  53. i'm thinking polka dot scones would be a nice accompaniment.

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  54. SO VERY FUN!

    WOW!

    so pretty it makes me yell!

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  55. ohhhhhh so cute! I love it! are you going to write the pattern???

    Corrie:)

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  56. That's very tea-licious!! For some reason I feel like a cuppa :)

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  57. Hello from Barcelona,
    Superb, I love those colours, congratulations...
    How are you?
    Kisses

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  58. sweet! I think I hear crafters singing! Hallelujah!

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  59. The teapot is wonderful! So many pieces and so much detail. I love it.

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  60. I love it and I know two ladies on my gift list who have kitchens decorated with tea cups

    Lisa

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  61. Wow ! I want it I want it I want it... Do you think if I send now a wishlist for Santa 2009 it'll be taken into account ? okay... I'll wait for the pattern to come ! Please tell me a pattern is yet to come, Pleeeeeaaaaaaaase

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  62. Very, very nice!
    I love the Roman Glass fabric of Fassett.

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  63. penelody@libero.itMonday, May 25, 2009

    stefania from italy - tuscany
    i have a teapot collection but I have not a so beautifull teapot.
    I also write to Santa to have the tutorial and I also write to ric-rac......
    Please tell me the pattern is yet to come please,please,please,please......

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Hellloooooo !!!!