My doilies aren't particularly tea-themed but I do have my tea things sitting on them, so that should count, right? (LaTeaDah has a picture of the cutest tea-pot doily on her blog! If I could find a pattern, or even had a doily to copy, I very well might try my hand at something like that!) I don't have a lot of tea things, like many who are participating in the blog-a-thon, so I hope you don't get tired of seeing the same things each week. (Just to break the monotony, I have something
I use my large pineapple doily draped over the mantle where I have my violet tea set.
Here's another smaller doily I made under my little pear demitasse cup and saucer. (Technically for espresso, not tea, but close enough!)
Lastly, here's a napkin with a crocheted edging. I entered a table-setting in the fair a couple of years ago, and one of the requirements was that the table-setting include hand-made items. The theme was "Blue Ribbon Good Times" so I decided to go for a "farm" dinner look. I bought the blue-checked tablecloth and napkins and crocheted a lace edging on them and then put my big pineapple doily in the middle. I used a sunflower centerpiece with my stoneware dishes and blue ribbon accents. I ended up winning a red ribbon, which spoiled the effect completely! LOL! But I actually like my red ribbon because it goes with my kitchen... and it's one of those great big rosette ribbons. I failed to get a picture of the table at the fair... but here is one of the napkins, just to show you the edging. (If you'd like to read more about the fair entry, I blogged about it here.)