HAND KNITTING PATTERNS FOR TEA COSIES AND GIFTS

Christmas Pudding Tea Cosy

Quick to knit, this fabulous Tea Cosy takes very little yarn. 
A perfect Christmas present that will fit a 2 pint tea pot perfectly. 
Knit in the round on 4 x 4mm Double pointed knitting needles.
£3.00

Chocolate Cup Cake Pin Cushion
This fabulous chocolate cupcake pin cushion was designed to compliment my chocolate cupcake tea cosy, but, has now turned into a pin cushion to keep all my sewing needles to hand. 
Knit in the round on 4 DPN’s (Double pointed needles) Using Cotton D.K. yarn 
It’s a very quick pattern to knit and takes a very small quantity of yarn, so a perfect pattern for using up all those little bits and pieces of fabulous yarn, that we just can’t bear to throw away. 
It’d also make a brilliant gift for a birthday instead of a card!!
£3.00

Tea Rose Tea Cosy
Knit in the round on 4 x 4 mm (US6) double pointed knitting needles. 
This fabulous tea cosy is designed to fit a standard 2 pint tea pot measuring 46cm. 18in circumference x 12cm. 5in. height. 
The Tea Roses and leaves are knit on 2 x 4mm (US6) knitting needles. 
You will also need 100grams of D.K. Cotton Yarn in Biscuit, small quantities of yarn for the tea roses and leaves. 1 stitch holder and a tapestry needle for finishing. 
Very quick to knit and using a small quantity of yarn it’s a perfect summer project for tea on the lawn :)
£3.00

Small Scented Cushions

£3.00
Cotton Small scented cushions. Lavender, Rose and Pine.  
Three patterns in one, a choice of cable, jumbo twisted rib and embossed leaves. 
Each cushion takes just 25 grams of D.K. Cotton yarn. 
Very easy to knit and a perfect pattern for the beginner with a knowledge of how to cast on, rib, knit and purl, simple cable and yarn over needle techniques. 
The instructions for making the cushion pad are included in the instructions. 
These fabulous little cushions make a great alternative to household air fresheners, scattered, placed in wicker baskets, drawers and wardrobes. A perfect gift. 
Mine are arranged on the coffee table in my studio and smell divine:)

Chocolate Cup Cake Tea Cosy
£3.00
This fabulous Chocolate Cupcake Tea Cosy pattern was inspired by the vast quantities of cupcakes consummed during our knitting workshops and designed for our next workshop in November. 
The pattern is written for any standard D.K. Cotton Yarn. We used Stylecraft Wondersoft Pearl D.K. for the original sample. 
The tea cosy takes small quantites of yarn over 4 colours. 
Knitted in the round and also on 2 needles.
Now we’ve only got to make the cupcakes to go with it:)

Lemon Blossom Pin Cushion
£3.00
This fabulous lemon blossom cupcake pin cushion was designed to compliment my lemon tea cosy, but, has now turned into a pin cushion to keep all my sewing needles to hand. 
Knit in the round on 4 DPN’s (Double pointed needles) Using Cotton D.K. yarn 
It’s a very quick pattern to knit and takes a very small quantity of yarn, so a perfect pattern for using up all those little bits and pieces of fabulous yarn, that we just can’t bear to throw away. 
It’d also make a brilliant gift for a birthday instead of a card!!

Lemon Blossom Tea Cosy
£3.00
Lemon Tea
Make a two pint pot of English Tea. 
Place the Tea Cosy over the Tea Pot. 
Thinly slice a fresh lemon and place one slice of the lemon in the base of a china tea cup. 
Pour hot tea over the lemon slice. 
Sugar to taste:)
Knit in the round on 4 x 4mm Double pointed knitting needles. This fabulous tea cosy will fit a standard 2 pint tea pot. 
It takes a very small quantity of yarn. A perfect pattern for using up some of the stash. 
You will need a small quantity of polyester toy filling for the lemons.


Shabby Chic Floral Heart
£2.50
This fabulous Shabby Chic Fair Isle Floral Heart takes very little yarn. Very quick to knit. 
The pattern is written and charted. 
A perfect gift for mothers day, use scented oil in the interior to make the heart fragrant! 
One of a series of three shabby chic heart patterns available on Ravelry.




2 comments:

  1. Hi Audrey, your ab fab tea cosies aren't coming up on Ravely under the tea cosy search :o(

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  2. Thanks....I'll take a look into it!

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