oh hooray! Well done Kylie. Much deserved.
Congratulations! But your entries were so damn cute, I'm not at all surprised.Such nice work.
I knew you would win, I just knew it!great job!
Yay! How could you not win with that tea cosy!!
Congratulations!! Of course it looks absolutely fabulous!! Happy Easter indeed!!!
YAY! go you! Whoo!!I was gonna enter my embroidery in the Berwick show, but I was toooo disorganised and useless.I didn't even know Red Hill had a show, ahha.
Wow, well done, you tea cosy Champion!So are you thinking up next years already?
Hip hip hooray! Break out the champagne! Because let's face it: Your tea cozies RULE. And those booties? Sweetness.
LOVE the tea cosy! I have a real thing for old school things like this - and entering in the local show takes me right back to my childhood growing up on a farm - I had a real bent for blitzing the flower arranging category! Congrats on your prizes - well deserved! Leah xx
Congrats, oh Tea Cozy Queen! (Are you wearing your ribbon around the house like a sash? I would be).
Congratulations! Brilliant job. I think you were robbed in the bootie category though. They have to be a first for sure. xo lj
Congratulations Kylie... of course the judges couldn't have picked any other piece. That cosy would look grand on any tea and scone day.I'm still plodding on with that vest band....I don't think that will never win a prize....
Congrats I think you must be like me Im reigning tea cosy champ at Kiama Show with 2 years and 2 original teacosys under the belt now and nearly time to start the next one.
Congrats, I used to love the red hill show when I was a kid. Your teacosy is beautiful, I love the colours. And the lovely lemony yellow of the booties. You go girl!!Krishna
Post a Comment