10/12/12

Pumpkin ShowOff

Pumpkin Coasters....who'd thought!!!!
Not me...I usually just fold a paper towel and hope it catches my drips and spills!
That was before I was a TEA drinker!
I've become a bit more cultured since joining the Wednesday Knit Foursome,
who are connoisseurs of Tea and Tea Etiquette.
And guess what...a folded paper towel just doesn't cut it when setting a proper
Afternoon Tea Party Table.
So, for our Wednesday, October 31st Afternoon Tea Party I'm thinking a Pumpkin Coaster
will surely give the Knittin' Gals an idea of how far this
Girl Raised In Texas has come in the department of Tea Etiquette!
What can I say...Old habits are hard to break!
If you would like to make a few Pumpkin Coasters...here's the link
 
Linking to:

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Pumpkins and More Pumpkins
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16 comments:

  1. What a cute idea, Sue! The ladies will be SO impressed. I like the fact that it's crocheted since I haven't perfected the art of knitting! Great project...thanks for the pattern!

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  2. Darling! I'd love to learn but seem to get off count when I try to crochet.

    Leann

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  3. VERY cute coasters! All of your work is beautiful thanks for sharing. Happy Pink Saturday

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  4. So cute! And the thoughtfulness just shines! Have a great tea party!

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  5. That's so cute! I truly love all of the amazing things folks can do with crochet! Happy Weekend Sue:@)

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  6. Hi,

    This is my first visit to your blog. I love these pumpkins coasters!

    Happy Pink Saturday, Sue.

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  7. Cute! I can neither crochet or knit...I am all thumbs and my grandmother, laughingly, finally just gave up!
    ♥ Jil

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  8. Omg these are sooo adorable....
    How creative of you ;)
    HPS....

    Smiles~
    Mari

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  9. This is soooo cute! My 16 yr old daughter is learning how to crochet. She carries her bag and yarn with her every where. She's going to LOVE this!
    -april

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  10. Those are adorable!! I love to crochet, although I must admit I haven't progressed much further than ripple afghans! lol!!

    Thank you for visiting my blog! It's nice to meet another Texas lady!

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  11. Yep, that would be me using the paper towel to protect my pretty coaster.

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  12. I must have missed that pattern on Talking Crochet -- I might just have to crochet a set! I use coasters that I've crocheted all the time -- and occasionally put a paper towel over it too (do not feel alone....)!!

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  13. Simply gorgeous! I am the featured blog this week, hope you can drop by.

    Pumpkin Fun
    Have an enjoyable pumpkin-licious weekend!

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  14. Love these coasters. How fun to share for PS fall posts. I find myself wishing I paid more attention to crochet lessons. HA! Love the tea too. a cup of tea is so great when the weather is cold.

    Did you makes these Sue? What am I saying? Of course you did. Smile! Nice job.

    Yep, I am enjoying the decorations in our town so much. This weekend is our Fall Festival. Fun times.
    Happy weekend and happy fall.
    Love,
    Jeanne

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  15. You need a cute little mug rug for your tea and cookies. I made one a few weeks ago and posted it on my blog. I used and old doily, and cut away the stained parts. Cute little pumpkins!

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  16. You share! You are very sweet! I don't have this talent but I admire all of you that do! It looks like a fun project!

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