Beautiful Martha! I love tea pots! Congratulations on getting it to turn out like you wanted! It feels great when that happens. Tarahttp://tattedlacetreasures.blogspot.com/
Exquisite, Martha!I think the oval shape of the Maltese ring center makes the pot look nice and plump. Katie V
What a beautiful little teapot! Are you sure it's the last one? I can picture it in Dresden blue and white, or maybe your favorite HDT!
It may have taken 9 tries but it was worth it the teapot is gorgeous.
Oh, Martha! This is beautiful! No wonder you are so pleased with it. A pattern available one day? I just love your designs.
Hi MarthaWhat a sweet little teapot. How do you come up with all these designsTami in WA
Hi Marth:Cute little teapot. How do you come up with these designs.Tami in WA
So pretty and dainty. LOVE size 100 or smaller thread. And I like your picot use. So many patterns are void of picots and I miss that. GOOD JOB!
Brilliant - I'll be round for a cuppa later!! I just knew you'd get there in the end.Jane
What a marvelous design! You've really outdone yourselk this time. It is a darling teapot.Any chance you'll share the instructions?
Lovely Maltese Teapot!!! It looks so dainty with all the frilly picots.
I love this! I collect tatted teapots as much as the regular ones. Is this your pattern?:-) Gina
I love this teapot. It is really cute! What a lot of work you put into it! 9 tries!!! Well it paid off because it's just adorable.
That's pretty Martha. Has Gina seen it? Is that for a new book?
It's lovely Martha, well worth nine tries. Size 100 thread...wow. How big is it??
What a nice little tea pot you have! And in size 100 thread, WOW! Beautiful
Oh! Très jolie théière! BravoVery lovely tea-pot! Bravo!
exquisite! I collect tea pots. This was well worth the "try, try, again" Thank you for sharing.Can hardly wait for the book! LOLI 'dibs' on first copy; autographed of course. hugs,Bev