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March 20, 2018

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Toffeeapple

Your double handled vessel is a Bouillon cup ideal for a pick-me-up between meals.

Pretty mittens, I have put the pattern in my Ravelry library to attempt at a later date. I have pretty yarn for sock making now:

https://www.sockyarnshop.com/product/florist-collection-sock-yarn-wys/

In Delphinium and Foxglove print. Possibly to knit whilst on holiday in Western Scotland next month.

Jeanne

Shhh! The cup feels lovely and delicate in my hands and it is NOT too big for tea –

http://myauctionfinds.com/2014/12/29/bouillon-cup-too-big-for-tea-too-small-for-hearty-soup/

!

Toffeeapple

In which case I shall keep quiet about it - your secret is safe with me.

Mary Lou Egan

I won't scold on the clear soup cup. We had some of these, left from when my great aunts were maids in wealthy homes. They got leftovers from sets that were broken.

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