Sunday, 12 October 2008

October Giveaway



As promised, here's the October giveaway :) On offer this month is a retro blue and white hand-knitted tea cosy - will fit any standard size teapot; (new, hot off the needles.........!)the tea is Clipper organic/Fairtrade tea, and to drink it from a lovely little Worcester porcelain cup and saucer from the Astley range - very, very pretty, with flowers and a moth in the design.
If you would like to be in with a chance of winning this, just leave a emssage here in this post, or any other post (mention the giveaway), or e-mail me on Julian.Dean1@btinternet.com Happy to post anywhere in the world as a thankyou for reading here, it's much appreciated.

9 comments:

Willow said...

Ooh, Mrs L ... I love that tea cosy .. It would look lovely with my small collection of blue&white Cornishware (although, I don't have a C/ware teapot yet, I'm afraid!). My morning cuppa would taste so much better in that gorgeous cup and saucer! .... ok, is that enough grovelling now! I really want to win!!
Love, Willow x

Greentwinsmummy said...

ooooooooooluvverly!memememememe lol!!!
GTM x x x

Leanne said...

what a lovely giveaway! I would say that though- you know what a tea addict i am! (and i do have a lovely cornish ware teapot .... amongst others!

Leanne x

aromatic said...

What a lovely idea.... and how clever you are to knit such a lovely item!!
I would love to be included in your October giveaway if I may!
If I could win this it would make my day and also make my early morning cup of tea much more civilized... although I am drinking out of my Cath Kidston mug at the moment (a charity shop find via my daughter) If I win I would reserve the CK mug for coffee drinking only!
Will always love reading your blog! but thank you for doing such a lovely giveaway.

Jane xxx

ikkinlala said...

What a generous giveaway!

oddny said...

L've only just found your blog - linked from Somerset seasons. The giveaway is lovely but I wondered if you'd be willing to share the pattrn for the tea cosy, it's just what I've been looking for to knit for Christmas presents!
Kind regards Lesley

Springkell said...

It goes without saying I'd LOVE to adopt your tea cosy and cup& saucer, especially as I'm now onto leaf tea as part of our attempts to live more frugally and less wastefully.
But I also wondered if you would consider posting ideas for homemade Christmas presents? It's getting very close and I'd love to make rather than buy this year.
Any inspiration gratefully accepted:)
RJHA

Springkell said...

It goes without saying I'd LOVE to adopt your tea cosy and cup& saucer, especially as I'm now onto leaf tea as part of our attempts to live more frugally and less wastefully.
But I also wondered if you would consider posting ideas for homemade Christmas presents? It's getting very close and I'd love to make rather than buy this year.
Any inspiration gratefully accepted:)
RJHA

Libbys Blog said...

I love a good teacosy, and even better a nice cup of tea! I really must make a new teacosy if I'm not lucky enough to win it!!!