Thursday, February 23, 2006

A Teacups Handle

The handle on a teacup was an English invention, adapted from tankards used for hot toddies. Small ceramic teacups without handles have been favored in China for a millennium.

Tea towel, stitched for Val in a primitive, country pattern adapted from Pieceable Dry Goods.

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