Vintage Modern Ladle Spoon Gravy Tea Sugar Cromargan Germany F Monogram

Vintage Modern Ladle Spoon Gravy Tea Sugar Cromargan Germany F Monogram

Utensils on shelves - modern cross stitch pattern - whisk for whipping soup ladle potholder plate pan cup grater kitchen dishes Cezve turk

Kitchen: utensils on shelves - modern cross stitch pattern - whisk for whipping soup ladle potholder plate pan cup grater dishes Cezve turk

Utensils on shelves - modern cross stitch pattern - whisk for whipping soup ladle potholder plate pan cup grater kitchen dishes Cezve turk

Kenyon Hanson's Soup ladle?  I love the reaching in close to the chili beans, close to the carrot chunks.

Kenyon Hanson's Soup ladle? I love the reaching in close to the chili beans, close to the carrot chunks.

kitchen cross stitch freebie (Martha Stewart et al) click through for more...

Customizable Cross-Stitch Projects

This adorable "Nessie Ladle" is in the shape of the mysterious Loch Ness monster. Want!

Adorable Loch Ness Ladle

Honey ladle with flowing yellow-golden drops on a black background, realistic - art creativity of the modern miniature Vector.

Honey ladle with flowing yellow-golden drops on a black background, realistic - art creativity of the modern miniature Vector.

Funayūrei are ghosts (yūrei) that have become vengeful spirits (onryō) at sea. They have been passed down in the folklore of various areas of Japan. They frequently appear in ghost stories and miscellaneous writings from the Edo Period as well as in modern folk customs. In the Yamaguchi Prefecture and the Saga Prefecture, they are called Ayakashi. Funayūrei are ghosts believed to use hishaku (ladles) to fill boats with water and make them sink.

Funayūrei are ghosts (yūrei) that have become vengeful spirits (onryō) at sea. They have been passed down in the folklore of various areas of Japan. They frequently appear in ghost stories and miscellaneous writings from the Edo Period as well as in modern folk customs. In the Yamaguchi Prefecture and the Saga Prefecture, they are called Ayakashi. Funayūrei are ghosts believed to use hishaku (ladles) to fill boats with water and make them sink.

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