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RSVP strives to offer quality kitchen products and cooking tools at competitive prices. Our Stoneware Teapot is a perfect example. It is offered in a bevy of beautiful colors to choose from so there is a teapot that will suit any decor. Features a generous 48 ounce capacity and seamless one-piece construction. Microwave and dishwasher safe, lead free. Measures 9-1/2-inches by 6-inches by 6-inches. When all the right people, and ingredients, kitchen tools, and food come together, we call this The Art of Gathering.
Boil water for your tea and coffee in style with the Willow & Everett Electric Ceramic Gooseneck Kettle. This beautiful ceramic kettle has a great memory! It will remember and hold the previous preset temperature that you last selected. This tea kettle's airtight spill-free lid ensures no messes happen and that your hands are kept safe from scalding hot water. Tired of that burned taste in your coffees and teas? Our kettle comes loaded with preset temperature options that prevent scalding and leaves you with the perfect tasting beverage every time. It boils water faster than a microwave and is safer than a stove! It features a built-in auto shutoff feature so you know your kettle turns off as soon as your water reaches the optimal boiling point
A VERY big thank you to Gary and Veronica Davis - especially Veronica who has so kindly sent me one of her teapots. And thank you from the bottom.
Unity Cast Iron "Osaka" Teapot - Blue finish. An elegant, distinctly shaped cast iron Tetsubin teapot named after the beautiful and ancient city of Osaka, Japan. Inspired by highly prized antique Japanese cast iron teapots still in use today. Features a black porcelain enamel interior coating that helps prevent rust. Includes a stainless steel tea brewing basket for ease of preparation for brewing and serving tea. Not intended for stovetop use. 20 oz. capacity. Hand Wash Depth: 5 .75" Height: 6" Width: 6 1/2"
Unity Cast Iron Sapporo Teapot Matte Black finish. An elegant, distinctly shaped cast iron Tetsubin teapot named after the beautiful and ancient city of Sapporo, Japan. Inspired by highly prized antique Japanese cast iron teapots still in use today. Features a black porcelain enamel interior coating that helps prevent rust Includes a stainless steel tea brewing basket for ease of preparation for brewing and serving tea. Not intended for stovetop use. 20 oz. capacity. Hand Wash
The weather might have been great outside but we still had a great turn up for folks keen to create and socialise. One of our regulars had a variety of projects to work on: there was the beautiful quilted patchwork bag completed and in use to show everyone. the patchwork table runner showcasing braid quilting had met a design hiccough in the middle and required some patient unpicking. there was the Inspiration Folder to be put into some sense of order (all of those printouts from the internet really need to be categorised so they can be referred to and utilised at some future date and of course the rest of us had to have a look... the Knitted Knock--s needed to be finished off completely and those loose ends tucked away so that they are now ready for delivery. and there was that therapeutic pulling out that you did for one of the other regulars whose quilt needs a bit of modification. Quite an achievement for a Saturday afternoon spent socialising. Another of our creative members was working on a couple of projects too. There was the tea cosy that needed embellishment before it was ready to be put into service keeping the tea scalding hot on these cool winter days. Maintaining the 'keeping warm in winter theme', there was the cosy winter blanket that was being personalised and decorated with wool embroidered flowers stitched free hand and inspired by various illustrations from back issues of the Embroidery &... It's quite difficult to capture the fragile wispiness of flowers like the bottle-brush when embroidering in wool. It is a wonderful way of making a serviceable item into something creative and quite special. One of our members who is relatively new to sewing spent most of the afternoon agonising over the best way to cut out the lining of her winter skirt. Sometimes it is just so nervewracking making that first cut. trying to back out over the edge is so difficult but once you're over that, you're committed and have no choice but to keep moving. After you have started to cut, a sort of acceptance seeps in and you just continue, knowing that the commitment has been made and what ever situations arise as a result will just have to be dealt with. Converting a length of fabric to something wearable, while exciting, can be quite daunting as well. Another of our social sewers has taken on the task of creating teapot cosies for an assortment of teapots for a soon-to-be-opened restaurant. The measurements were taken but somehow the carefully-considered system of measurement was found to be open to a variety of interpretations when it came to the design phase. There was discussion as to whether a teapot cosy should cover the whole pot and be removed in its entirety for pouring or should the cosy leave the handle and spout out in the cold but stay put for pouring. That's is not even taking into consideration colour, fabric, construction and the collection of shapes and sizes that need to be accommodated. It'll be interesting to watch this project progress. Another of our regulars has been involved in the Knitted Knock--s Australia project but has had to interrupt this project after a SOS from her daughter who has added a rescue greyhound to her menagerie. This poor creature is not built for the chilly winter mornings and is in desperate need of a jumper. Apparently ordinary dog coats cannot accommodate the big chest, tiny waist and long body length of a greyhound. A search of the library catalogue brought up a couple of books on stylish dog coats but none for greyhounds. 'Ms Google the Knitter' brought up several options but on closer inspection these were somewhat lacking in the finer detail so now the beginnings of a greyhound poloneck off the internet is being attached to a cute pattern for a dachshund (from... Winter could be over by the time the project is completed but there is always next year. Looking forward to the variety of projects that present at next month's SSS. If you enjoy sewing or associated crafts, bring your project along including all the bits of gadgetry required to progress the project, to the Gordon White Library Community Meeting Room on Saturday 29 August at 1. 00pm. Source: Social Sewing Saturdays
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This volume contains the history and legends of the most famous teapot in China, the Yixing teapot: discover the properties and secrets of Yixing clay. It showcases over 60 of the most beautiful Yixing teapots, the works of some of the best known master craftsmen, in splendid full-color photography, and debunks some common myths about tea drinking, among them that tea tastes better in tiny red pots! It also guides you on the best ways to make tea, from selection of the right material to handling the preparation itself. The author takes the reader through the process of comparative testing with different teapots and different teas. His method, knowledge and experience will help you make the best choice, and get the best fragrance and taste out of your own teapots. Beautifully designed,...
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