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APRIL BLOG 2015THIS IS A GREAT MONTH TO ORGANIZE AND START NEW PROJECTS AND I HAVE A NEAT BOOK FOR THE OCCASION. IF SPRING TURNS YOUR FANCY TO CLEANING AND ORGANIZING SO YOU WILL HAVE MORE TIME FOR NEEDLEWORK THIS IS A GREAT PLACE TO START. PERSONALLY, I HAVE A LONG LIST OF NEED-TO'S SO I'M RELYING ON THIS BOOK TO GET ME TO MY BUCKET LIST. SOMEHOW IT HELPS TO HAVE IT IN PRINT.
Berry, Jennifer Ford - Organize Now! Our author is a life organization expert for over thirteen years. She reminds us that clutter has a cost. It steals your storage space, robs your time and energy and takes away the peace and beauty of your home. This updated and expanded edition of this bestselling book features even more quick, effective organizing ideas. Long-term goals help keep the clutter away for the moths and years to follow, so you can maintain the order you create. Find help with everything from time management and routines to mental clutter (I like that term! It's also called monkey brain.0, paperwork, pets, purses, rooms and life events. So don't let piles of paperwork (guilty!), overflowing closets and overbooked schedules drain your resurces and energy anymore. The book is 6"x 8" in size, inside spiral- bound for easy-use and set up as a week-by-week guide. $16.99
LET'S HAVE A CUP OF TEA FIRSTAND ENJOY SOME NEW BOOKS TO INCLUDE ON OUR BUCKET LISTS.
NEVER UNDERESTIMATE THE TEAPOT
Tempest in a Teapot - When her fashionable Manhattan restaurant goes under, Sophie Taylor retreats to her grandmother's cozy shop, Auntie Rose's Victorian Teahouse, where serenity is steeped to perfection in one of her many antique teapots. But underneath this pretty exterior are old tensions and rivalries and unfortunately a death. Now Sophie has to bag a killer before another guest gets on the hit list. $7.99
Shadow of a Spout - While avid teapot collector, Rose Freemont is at the International Teapot Collector's Society, Sophie is minding the tea house. Rose is eager for Zunia Pettigrew to appraise a prized antique teapot she believes may be a holy water vessel from China. When Zunia declares the pot is a fake, Rose is really steamed. When Zunia is found dead beside Rose's dinged -in teapot, Sophie must find the real killer before her grandmother is accused of the crime. $7.99
A novel came to my attention about teacups I couldn't resist.
Greene, Vanessa - The Vintage Teacup Club - When a young bride comes across a beautiful vintage tea set at an outdoor market in the English countryside, she's convinced it's fake. But two other women have fallen in love with it, too. So they come up with a solution: they'll share it. The women establish a sisterhook, sharing the ups and downs of their lives and banding together through it all. $15.00
That was fun but lets get down to tea and teapots. Tea is my favorite beverage - all kinds of tea from Irish Breakfast to Silver Needle. I drink caffeinated tea for breakfast and then switch to non-caffeinated for the rest of the day and evenings and experiment with new teas constantly. I do have a small collection of teapots but nothing that compares to others who have a real passion for this intriguing and useful object. What would a tea party be like without a great teapot?
The Victorians knew how to enjoy tea and took time every afternoon for tea. This was such an important ritual that famous painters during that era put this classic event on canvas. Because of these gorgeous paintings we have a compelling history this wonderful leisure time I wish we could all still participate in.
I love to take teas at hotels and tea shoppes and imagine what it must have been like to take tea in the Victorian era. What always leads me to ask the question what happened to our leisure time? From early morning to late evening we are all so busy. I decided to get off this merry-go-round and think I've found a way to jump off without giving up housework, relationships, my writing, and my beloved business.
Believe me it wasn't genius that got me here. I got pushed to the maximum level of stress, letting events and things control me. I then found myself sitting in my doctor's office with an irregular heartbeat that turned out (fortunately) to be from stress. My only prescription was to discover why I never left any time for me and what to do about it. So I've worked in some stress releasers: walking my little dog, Buddy, first thing in the morning. Happy dog and happy me listening to the birds sing, enjoying the flowers, trees and people on my path. (And I thought I didn't have TIME for that!) I also made a journey, with friends, to The Japanese Garden, a short ten minutes from my house, a garden I wanted to visit for years, but thought I didn't have TIME for. I plan to revisit this oasis in Phoenix many times and take the TIME to enjoy a tea ceremony as well. I now meditate at lunch time, something I felt guilty about doing and shouldn't take Time for. The result of these changes: I get my work done the same as always! Wow! A door has opened to a new life-style. It may not be the Victorian leisurely afternoon tea times but this works for me. And no more irregular heartbeat.
Teapots have taken an important place in my new lifestyle. These lovely objects are my reminder to cool it, take time off to enjoy the natural world and my friends. When I find myself slipping backwards to the hussle and bustle (Type A) attitude, I grab a teapot and make a cup of tea to think about why I'm stressing and how I could plan what I need to do better.
While I was working on this blog and researching tea books I discovered something I never knew - there is a teapot museum in this country housed in Trenton, Tennessee! This museum is due to one man's passionate collecting of teapots over 525 of them are on display. Dr. Frederick C. Freed was born in Trenton, Tennessee in 1889 was an avid traveler. During these trips he began collecting veilleuses-theireres (nightlight teapots).
If you are like me you're asking yourself - what's a veilleuses-theirers teapot? I discovered in the information on the mueseum that this kind of teapot found its way into this world in the 18th century when ceramists in Europe began producing a device to use in sickrooms and nurseries. The veilleuse started out as a simple, utilitarian warming dish set atop a pedestal containing a shallow dish of oil. When the oil was lit the flame shone through the translucent sides of the pedestal producing a soft night light-effect. Artist's began producing more decorative containers for tea and beverages.
His private collection of these pots that date from 1750 to 1860 is the largest in the world. His brother encouraged him to donate his collection to their hometown which he eventually did. When a new Municipal Building was constructed Dr. Freed had a special display case built to permanently house this collection. Over 3,000 visitors annually come to see the collection. But it doesn't end there. Trenton now calls itself a "TEA-RRIFIC" place to live! Annually, every May the town holds a Teapot Festival.
Guess what I put on my bucket list to visit? Trenton, TN. Maybe we'll see each other there. By the way, if the Municipal Building is locked when you get there - no problem! Just mosey next door to the Fire Department and ask for the key. Thank you Dr. Frederick C. Freed!
There is plenty more information on these teapots on the web: teapotcollection.com/teapot-information/trentons-teapots.
But for now I hope you will join me in a cup of tea and enjoy perusing all the books I've included in this blog.
Hatch, Kathleen - A Teacup Collection: Paintings of Porcelain Treasures - In painting as pretty as the porcelain they depict, this gift book celebrates one of the finest teaup collections in the world: the 300 piece archive of the Clark Art Institute, which dates back to the eighteenth century and presents coveted designs of the day from Europe and China. Artist Molly Hatch, with exclusive access to this largely unviewed collection, pored over the details of each cup to create this visual treat. Including page after page of paintings of the cups, and led off by introductory essays, this is both an intriguing relfection on the art of collecting and an utterly charming gift for tea dreingks and teacup collectors. $16.95
Meliach, Dona Z - Teapots: Makers and Collectors - Dive into the tantalizing, eye-catching objects that are called teapots, though tea is not necessarily their purpose. Meet 227 artist and think sculpture. Our author tackles the burgeoning activity of teapot making and collecting with over 450 dazzling color images of teapots, from fourteen countries. Some of the ceramic, silver, mixed metals, glass, wood, and paper teapots are not functional, but they are fun. Even teapots made of soft materials and techniques associated with wearable clothes, such as wrapping, weaving, quilting, and crochet are presented. $49.95
Okakura, Kakuzo - The Book of Tea; A Japanese Harmony of Art, Culture and the Philosophy of a Simple Life - This book was originally done 99 years ago and was made to be read aloud by the author at Isabella Stewart Gardner's famous salon in 1906 in Boston. The story of how he came to write one the 20th century's most influential books on art, beauty, and simplicity all steeped in the world's communal cup of tea. His incredible journey took him from Yokohama to new York, Paris, Bombay, and Boston, where his life intertwined with such luminaries as Rabindranath Tagore, John Siner Sargent, Henry James, John La Farge, Ezra Pound, and Henri Matisse. His writings influenced the work of such artists as Frank Lloyd Wright and Georgia O'Keeffe. $7.95
Peltier, Warren - The Ancient Art of Tea: Discover Happiness and Contentment in a Perfect Cup of Tea - The author is the Director of the Chuan Ming Chadao Tea Culture Research Center and is a well-known expert. he brings us a look at the philosophy, history, and culture of tea in China. The health benefits of tea, from green tea to white, oolong and black teas, are well known today. How to create the perfect, healthy cup of tea is a process few people truly understand making this book a needed guide. Making a perfect cup of tea is a dynamic process that requires the right environment, good spring water, a suitable fire to boil water, skill in steeping tea, and deep understanding of tea connoisseurship.
Teapot Tales: A Collection of Unique Fairy Tales (UK) - With stories to enchant readers of all ages, these fairy tales pull you into their own magical words. From twists on the classic fairy tales of old to completely new fairy tales, let these charming fairy tales sweep you away into the realm of fantasy. With 35 stories, including 2 poems, written by 21 different authors, this book is a wonderful collection of short stories, each story just long enough to enjoy with a cup of tea. $8.99
Souter, Keith - The Tea Cyclopedia: A Celebration of the World's Favorite Drink - Learn all about tea rooms, growing and drinking to reading tea leaves and making a great cup of tea. This book is an indispensable reference for anyone interested in all things tea. Commencing each chapter with insightful quotes, it not only captures the historical beginnings of this beloved drink, but also explores tea's involvement in politics, health, the economy, and even fortune-telling. $19.95
Woodhead, Steve - The Teapot Book - This book is for today's potter who wants to tackle this critical piece in their artistic development. Rich illustrated, this highly practical book will be invaluable for students, professional potters, teapot collectors, and all fans of the teapot. $59.95
GREAT NEWS! NEW SAMPLER BOOKS
For all the sampler lovers out there (and I'm one of them) some delicious new sampler books have come available:
Newell, Aimee E. - A Stitch in Time - This book has been referred to as an extraordinarily rich piece of scholarship. This in-depth analysis of samplers, quilts, and textile arts created by aging women in antebellum America reveals how they used needlework as a key tool to visually express their deep feelings and values. Each chapter explores a theme and is full of personal details, beautiful illustrations, and rich evidence that supports the author's findings. (mary15)
Tarrant, Naomi - Remember Now Thy Creator - This is a wonderful new book about Scottish Samplers from the National Museum of Scotland - The Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. If you've been into samplers for a number of years you will recognize Naomi Tarrant as an expert in this field. The time span covers the first emergence of a specific Scottish style 1700 and ends with the introduction of the 1872 Education Act, which made schooling a local government responsibility and led to the downplay of samplers. $42.00
Caughley, Vivien - New Zealand's Historic Samplers: Our Stitched Stories - This is a unique glimpse of New Zealand's cultural history thrugh more than 80 samplers. This book includes samplers by colonial women as well as those who stitched samplers during WWII, and finishes with the 1990 Globe Theatre project involving 500 embroiderers around New Zealand. I'm working hard to get this into the states so stay tuned. I'm not sure of the retail price yet.
If you want more information on samplers and sampler making the following is a list of classic books to help you out.
Andrele, Patricia and Lesley Rudnicki - Sampler Motifs and Symbolism - This is a book every sampler lover should own. It gathers and lists alphabetically the motifs found on American and European samplers of earlier centuries, to illustrate or describe their motifs as an aid in their identification and to give the motifs symbolic meaning and, when possible, the sources of those meanings. This book also provides present-day sampler makers with assistance in choosing motifs with symbolism appropriate to the theme they are employing or occasion they are celebrating. Our authors also include a reproduction of a Scottish Sampler plus four new traditional samplers with complete graphs and instructions for each. $34.95
Bennett, Eileen - The Evolution of Samplers - This is an embroidery and sampler time line with 262 entries and annotations that cover a 400 year history of sampler making. 29.95
Bennett, Eileen - The Red Book of Sampler Stitches - Who better than a sampler expert and designer show us wonderful sampler stitches to use in our own work? Plenty of graphed stitches to chose from. $29.95
Embroidery Guild of America - Elizabeth Muir Sampler - This sampler dated April 28, 1831 is part of EGA collection of needlework. The sampler includes two alphabets, several bands and twenty-seven different motifs. The stitches used are cross-stitch over two linen threads some cross stitch over one linen thread, back sttich, satin stitch, diagonal satin stitch, Algerian eyelets, straight stitch, ray stitch, half cross stitch, closed herringbone and a diagonal herringbone variation. $28.95
Fall, Cheryl - Simply Samplers: Easy Techniques for Hand Embroidery - This author of thirteen books and two thousand articles on embroidery and crafts brings the sampler into the twenty-first century with 16 beautiful contemporary designs for sampler art using cross-stitch, surface, counted-thread, and free-style embroidery that includes instructions and diagrams for each technique. $19.95
At the end of this month The Needlepoint book: New, Revised and Updated Third Edition by Jo Ippolito Christsenen will finally make its debut on April 28th. This is the much enlarged version of what needleworkers refer to as "The Black Bible". She includes information on new fibers, updated information on materials, as well as how to work and care for them; dozens of new stitches; and diagrams and stitch guides for select projects included in book. Also featured are thirty-two pages of color photos with all-new projects and a new ribbon stitch chapter. $60.00. Don't forget use the code and get a 20% discount.
Goldsmith, Becky - The Quilter's Practical Guide to Color: Includes 10 Skill-Building Projects - Learn how every quilt has a foreground and a background, how to use clear versus gray colors - plus other essentials that will shake up your design process. Put your new color skills to the test with 10 pieced and appliqued projects designed to focus on specific aspects of color. With visual examples used to explain all color topics, this go-to guide will give you an edge when it comes to quilt design. $29.95
Ribbonwork Flowers: 132 Garden Embellishments - Beautiful Designs for Flowers, Leaves and More - Gather, twist, and stitch an array of lfowers from elegant ribbons and lace. Readers will learn clever twists on vintage ribbonwork, construction, plus hand-sewing basics and an overview of techniques. Fashion your own floral arrangements from interchangeable petals and leaves, two never-before-seen stem designs, and wrappable centers. A gallery of bouquets will inspire you to craft realistic blooms, embellished with fruit, flourishes, and garden accessories. From Single-stem posies to bountiful bouquets, this has something for everyone. $26.95
McPeak, Cecile and Rachael Martin - Pincushion appeal: Patterns for Pincushions to Make You Smile - This came out several years ago but a customer's request reminded me of it and I decided to include it here. With tille time and materials, anyone can create these distinctive pincushions, learn clever ways to embellish, and create a work of art that has lasting appeal. $16.99
Haxell, Kate - Sew-licious Little Things - Our author includes 35 gorgeous little projects inspired by byzakka, a Japanese term for finding beauty in the ordinary, and for objects that have meaning and that bring happiness to their owner. Wonderful objects to brighten your home space from a mug cozy and ovengloves to a bookmark. She also includes totes, purses, washbags, cases for cell phones, laptop and keys and more. $21.95.
Andersen, Laura - The Virgin's Daughter: A Tudor Legacy - This is the first book in a great new saga about the next generation of Tudor royals, which poses the thrilling question: What if Elizabeth I, the celebrated Virgin Queen, gave birth to a legitimate heir? $15.00
Gaynor, Hazel - A Memory of Violets: A Novel of London's Flower Sellers - This is the unforgettable story of two long-lost sisters whose lives take different paths, and the young woman who will be transformed by their experiences. $14.99
Gregory, Phillipa - The King's Curse - From the Queen of historical novels comes the story of lady-in-waiting Margaret Pole and her unique view of King Henry VIII's stratospheric rise to power in Tudor England. $16.99
Griffin, Nicola - Hild - This has been called a brilliant, sweeping historical novel about the rise of the most powerful woman of the Middle Ages: Hild. Edwin of Northumbria plots to become overking of the Angles, ruthlessly using every tool at his disposal. Hild is the king's youngest niece and can predict what will happen in an almost supernatural way. $27.00
Hauser, Thomas - The Final Recollections of Charles Dickens - This author blends a historically accurate telling of Dickens' life with a gripping portrait of betrayal, murder, obsession, and love. It's the story of Dickens' coming of age, caught between the worlds of England.s ruling elite and the seamy underside of London society. $23.00
Hoffman, Alice - The Dovekeepers - This fascinating tale of four extraordinary bold, resourceful, and sensuous women in Masada in 70 A.D. is also a miniseries produced by Roma Downey and Mark Burnett, the team behind the Emmy Award-winning ministeries The Bible. $16.00
Meissner, Susan - Secrets of a Charmed Life - Kendra, a young American scholar in Oxford, interviews an elderly woman who is ready to give up secrets that she has kept for decades, beginning with who she really is, but what Kendra finds out is both a gift and a burden - one that will test her convictions and her heart. $15.00
Moran, Jan - Scent of Triumph: A Novel of Perfume and Passion - when French perfumer Danielle Bretancourt steps aboard a luxury ocean liner, leaving her son behind in Poland with his grandmother. She has no idea that her life is about to change forever. Set between privileged lifestyles, and gritty realities, commanding newcomer Jan Moran's novel is one woman's story of courage, spirit, and resilence. $15.99
Oates, Joyce Carol - The Accursed - This is a thrilling tale by one of America's finest writers. This story is in the best gothic tradition, a lesson in master craftsmanship. This tale sprawls, reaches, demands, tears, and shrieks in homage to the traditional gothic, yet with fresh surprising twists and turns. Called brilliant by Publisher's Weekly. $15.99
Oliveria, Robin - I Always Loved You - This is the story of Mary Cassett and Edgar Degas. The author wonderfully recreates the irrestible world of Belle Epoque Paris, writing with grace and uncommon insight into the passion and foibles of the human heart. $16.00
Tiraboschi, Roberto - The Eye Stone: A Novel of Venice AD 1106 - Edgardo D'Arduino, a cleric and a professional copyist, has heard stories that in Venice, there exitsts a stone that can restore one's sight. after a series of horrific crimes haskes the cloistered world of the glassmakers, Edgardo realizes there is much more at stake than his faltering eyesight. $16.00
Weir, Alison - The Marriage Game: A Novel of Queen Elizabeth I - Weir brings suspense, acclaimed author Weir brings to life one of England's most scandalous royal love affairs: the romance between the "Virgin Queen" Elizabeth I and her courtier Lord Robert Dudley. Called an irresistible read by Booklist. $26.00
Willig, Laren - That Summer - From modern-day England to the early days of the Pre-Raphaelite movement. Willig's novel takes us on a up and down journey through a mysterious old house, a hidden love affair, and one woman's search for the truth about her past - and herself. $15.99
Some of these mysteries are new titles from series but if you need the earlier books just call us.
Allan, Barbara - Antiques Con - A Trash 'n Treasures Mystery - Small-town sleuths, Brandy and Vivian Borne - with their trusty shih tzu, Shush - head for a Big Apple comics convention to sell a rare 1940's Superman drawing. When an intruder breaks into their hotel suite, their madcap Manhattan misadventure is only beginning. Includes tips on antiques. $7.99
Barrett, Lorna - Book Clubbed: A Booktown Mystery - after a Chamber of Commerce recopetionist is crushed by a fallen bookcase, volumes of secrets are revealed - one of which may have been a motive for murder. While helping the newly elected Chamber of Commerce president solve the mystery, Tricia Miles discovers a hidden chapter in her own family history. $7.99
Bolin, Janet - Seven Threadly Sins - Willow Vanderling, owner of the embroidery boutique In Stitches, must step in after a murder strikes during a fashion show in the eighth whodunit in this series. Includes an original emboridery project and tips. $7.99
Carlisle, Kate - The Book Stops Here: A Bibliophile Mystery - Brooklyn Wainright appears on a hit TV show as a rare-book expert and appraises a valuable first-edition copy of The Secret Garden. After the episode airs, a man claims the book was found at his garage, and he wants it back - or else. Soon afterward, Brooklyn discovers the body of the woman who brought the book to the show. $7.99
Catillo, Linda - The Dead Will Tell: A Kate Burkholder Novel - This was a Boston Globe Best Book of 2014. The Amish town of Painters Mill is haunted by its past. Chielf of Police Kate Burkholder is called to the scene of an apparent suicide. Evidence quickly points to murder and Kate finds herself chasing an elusive trail that somehow points back to a long-ago tragedy. $7.99
Coco, Nancy - Oh Say Can You Fudge: A Candy-Coated Mystery with Recipes - Mackinac Island's Historic McMurphy Hotel and Fudge Shop is supplying Fourth of July treats, and Allie has hired the biggest name in aerial fireworks to create an unforgettable spectacle. Unfortunately, Allie finds him dead, covered with fireworks, just before the entire warehouse of pyrotechnics goes up in smoke. Is it arson or murder? $7.99
Daheim, Mary - Clam Wake: A Bed-and-Breakfast Mystery - In the author's latest mystery, innkeeper and irrespressible sleuth Judith McMonigle Flynn and Cousin Renie face off against a cold-blooded killer in the beach retirement community on Whoopee Island. $7.99
Donally, Claire - Hiss and Tell: A Sunny and Shadow Mystery - This is the latest installment of the New York Times bestselling series. Sunny Coolidge is covering a celebrity wedding for the local paper - until she gets an expose on murder among the fat cats. $7.99
Hart, Carolyn - Death at the Door: A Death on Demand Mystery - Annie Darling - owner of the mystery bookstore, Death on Demand - has a dual murder to solve: a local doctor and the wife of an artist. Someone may be trying to frame the artist, and Annie must discover who wanted both victims out of the picture. $7.99
McKinlay, Jenn - Dark Chocolate Demise: A Cupcake Bakery Mystery - This N.Y. Times best selling series now bakes up sweet surprises, but Mel and Angie are in for a fresh batch of
trouble during the first annual Scottsdale Old Town Zombie Walk. The fun turns to fright after Mel finds a real dead body in a prop casket outside the bakery's truck. Includes recipes. $7.99
Parra, Nancy J. - Flourless to Stop Him: A Baker's Treat Mystery - Gluten-free baker Toni Holmes has to separate the wheat from the chaff to clear her brother of murder in this third installment of Parra's Series. Includes gluten-free recipes. $7.99
Reilly, Linda - Fillet of Murder: A Deep-Fried Mystery - First in a new series. Talia Marby serves up delectable English deep-fried fare in the heart of the Berkshires, but she soon discovers there's something fishy going on when a fellow shop owner is found murdered. $7.99
Ross, Barbara - Musseled Out: A Maine Clambake Mystery - This busy summer tourist season in winding down in Busman's harbor, but Julia Snowden senses trouble brewing for the Snowden Family Clambake Company. David Thwing, the shifty "Mussel King" of upscale seafood restaurants, is sniffing around twon for a new location. But serving iffy clams turns out to be the least of his troubles. Includes recipes. $7.99
Ryan, Sofie - Buy a Whisker - A Second Chance Cat Mystery - In the coastal town of North Harbor, Maine, shop owner Sarah Grayson is dragged into a controversy over developing the waterfront. Most of the residents, including Sarah, are for it, but baker Lily Carter is the only holdout. after Lily is murdered, it's up to Sarah and her cat, Elvis, to collar the culprit. $7.99
Thompson, Victoria - Murder in Murray Hill: A Gaslight Mystery - The residents of 19th century New York City turn to midwife Sarah Brandt and Detective Sergeant Frank Malloy to protect them from the worst crimes. Now, the two must track down a criminal preying on innocent women. $7.99
Viets, Elaine - Catnapped! A Dead-End Job Mystery - Husband and wife PI team Helen Hawthorne and Phil Sagemont have barely scratched the surface of the world of show cats when a cornered kitty kidnapper's claws come out. $7.99
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