Kirsty Whitehead - Book 2 'A British Breakfast Table' Theme: Etiquette Inspiration: Priscilla Jones Technique: Cling-filming Cutlery, Then Paper Mache-ing With Tea-Bag Fabric, Wire Molding, Emulsion Painting, Fabric Patching, Stitching And Type Writing.
The Great British cup of tea! I couldn't resist making a teapot! This is a handmade machine stitched textile teapot, made from layers of fabric including silk and hand dyed Egyptian cotton. The lid lifts off, and the spout functions, however I really wouldn't recommend you try it out as a teapot! More a little treasure trove to hide your precious items. Size 7.5" x 11.5" The diameter of the top opening is 4" and has a depth of 5" all approximate. It is the size of a real family teapot.
Blog Archive » Donna Rhae Marder’s Lace and Wire Teapots
For folks near Cambridge, MA, the Mobilia Gallery is showing “The Teapot Redefined 2010″ now until at least November 6th. Donna Rhae Marder’s sewn lace and wire teapots are included in this exhibit, which “explores the possibilities of the teapot form” using a variety of techniques and materials. “Oval Geometric Lace Teapot” “Oval Geometric Lace [...]