Monday, January 18, 2010

Cottage Teapot

I found this thatched roof cottage teapot at a thrift store for $2.00

11 comments:

Dee said...

Adorable! What a great find.

I had a similar teapot when I was a little girl. My grandma gave it to me.

Tea said...

I love that teapot. Two dollars! What a really good find!

hakucho said...

You did very good...quite the bargain!!

Did you make the quilt underneath?...lovely :)

Karen Hanim said...

Love It!!

parTea lady said...

That is a pretty teapot and what a deal! The pretty yo yo mat underneath looks great with it.

Thanks for visiting at Tea and Talk.

Ghost said...

This is the best photo in a long time. I love love love it.

Linda J. said...

Wow! Great find! So cute!

Angela McRae said...

Hi Susan! You've just won the giveaway over at my Tea With Friends blog, so please send your snail mail address to angelamcrae@charter.net and I'll get the package in the mail. I love your teapot, by the way, and especially the great price! (I love to make yo yo's too!) Congrats!

Lisa Leggett said...

What a beautiful teapot! Congratulations on winning Angela's drawing over at Tea With Friends. That's whrere I surfed in from and I'm so happy I did. I've enjoyed going back through your blogs, your fishing holes are beautiful as are your knits (my favorite was the "lost links lace"), and your cheery little knitting companion is as cute as a button. Also, I'll have to try those red velvet cookies, they look divine.
Have a great weekend!
Lisa

Knitnut,Karen said...

That teapot is adorable! What a lucky find!!

Mimi said...

We have teapot twins I posted mine on my blog if you want to see. I am also dong the fruit transfers on white flour sacks. I have the apple left to do. They are charming . In case you don't visit my teapot was bought new in Piggott,Ar. at an old drug store.