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  • Cafetiere Cosy

    Do any of you clever stitchers make these? I saw them on the Eden Project website and thought it was a good Christmas pressie idea but rather than spend my money there thought I'd ask on here first.
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    What size where you looking for, circumference and height etc. also what colours, is it for a gift, did you want it monogrammed?

    Sorry about the questions but I like to get an idea as to specifics. I have made tea cosies before now using a thermal wadding to keep the pot warm, only difference is the sizing and in somes ways easier as no spout etc if you are happy with the style in the Eden Project.

    If you PM me I will let you know a price, will not cost the price on the eden site. PS I do not charge P & P.
    Last edited by Caroleecrafts; 04-12-2008, 05:54 PM.

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      i make them and if you go to my blog and look in the july 07 posts you'll see the lovely brown one i make them in many colours but find that the fur ones are very popular with the men
      while i knit i think

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      http://thecraftyfox.misi.me.uk

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        Originally posted by craftyfoxni View Post
        i make them and if you go to my blog and look in the july 07 posts you'll see the lovely brown one i make them in many colours but find that the fur ones are very popular with the men
        Thanks Craftyfoxni, I was looking for an applique one, similar to the ones I saw on the Eden Project site as it's for my parents. I liked your furry ones but I don't think it would suit them, so I've got Caroline to do me one. But thanks for coming back to me
        "Human beings, who are almost remarkable in having the ability to learn from the experience of others, are also remarkable for their apparent disinclination to do so" - Douglas Adams


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