Sunday, October 25, 2015

A Crochet Tea Cozy

Good Morning. My thoughts today are swirling around needful things for this season's Holiday baskets. If you have followed Sewtopia for a while you already know that this is a Thanksgiving tradition for me. The Thanksgiving holiday frequently gets short changed because the great shopping extravaganza for Christmas overshadows the the pleasures of that day. Meeting up with long scattered family and friends means a one day event where we share our lives and our hopes for the new year.

I have a dear friend who shares my tea passions. While not part of our Thanksgiving group (she has her own family traditions) She will enjoy the gift I am sure. With the long Winter facing us, a nice new pot and tea cozy will buffer those chilly breezes. I have some special little things for her gift this year that I will not divulge here. (she reads here too)

So, this is one of two patterns I have uncovered to work up for the cozy. Looks quick and easy.  The clock is ticking........*click on the link below, then click on free pattern.

Ridges Tea Cozy


June 2011

Worsted / 10 ply (9 wpi) ?

16 stitches and 18 rows = 4 inches in single crochet (US)

3.75 mm (F)

276 yards (252 m)

To fit 6 cup teapot
This pattern is available for free.
This festive tea cozy will go perfectly with your peppermint tea as you sit back and catch up with family and friends. Shown in Bernat Handicrafter Holidays. (
Bernat® Handicrafter® Twists
(80 g/2.8 oz)
45708 (Yuletide Twist) 2 balls
Bernat® Handicrafter® Twists
(280 g/9.9 oz)
66708 (Yuletide Twist) 1 ball
Bernat® Handicrafter® Cotton
(50 g/1.75 oz)
2 balls
Size 3.75 mm (U.S. F or 5) crochet hook
Optional: Ribbon
Front and Back: make 2 pieces alike. Sew Front and Back together, leaving openings for spout and handle.
Optional: Tie ribbon into a bow and sew to Tea Cozy as shown in photograph.

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