Share ideas and pictures that involve stitching for the tea table. Any kind of stitches count: sewing, embroidery, knitting, crochet, tatting, quilting, etc. The work can be yours or of someone else, but should be homemade rather than done by factory machines. Ideas are napkins, tea cozies, table linens, and other creations made with tea themes.
A few years ago, my hubby and I relocated half away around the world. We know that we are where we are supposed to be, but it was difficult to say good-bye to loved ones. During the preparation time, I took a quilting class taught by a lady at our church. I learned to love quilting. I made some friends in that class that made it even more special. When our departure was at hand, I made arrangements to have lunch at a tea room with a friend. When I arrived, she informed me that others would be joining us. Most of the ladies from my class plus a few others arrived shortly after that. After lunch, they presented me with this lovely quilt. My main china pattern is the Blue Danube pattern which is blue and white and they know that I love tea about as much as I do quilting! Each lady made a square and then the quilt was but together. Each square has a tea bag tag that the stitcher put her name on. It is a lovely keepsake and I will cherish it always!
Thanks La Tea Dah for hosting this event. It has been fun!