Just perfect and Spring-like.Meredith
Very pretty! I would love to learn how to make something like that!~Patti
That is sooo cute!
I love the choice of colours, especially the turquoise and the lavender together. The white daisy is lovely and fresh looking too.Where do you get the model for the actual cozy (without the flowers)?
Love your choice of spring blues, lemons, whites and purples. These are the colours I've been using on my new project ...... pop over to my blog to see my finished make.Fleur xx
the pattern is loosely based on the pattern in "Cute and Easy Crochet" by Nicki Trench. I just make a chain and measure it against the teapot then use double crochet stitch. As I progress I measure the crochet against the teapot and decrease at the beginning and end of a round when required. I make two sides and stitch them together at the end.
Fab!!! Gosh, I'm going to have to do a tea cozy, and I don't even really like tea...very inspiring! :)
Adorable! Perfect for an afternoon tea on a beautiful spring day like we're having in NJ today!
I'm in love with this!!! What yarn did you use??
Witam! Miło z takiego czajniczka herbatę wypić:) Cudna osłonka!!! Serdecznie pozdrawiam i zapraszam do siebie:)))
aahhh that is beautiful and just so adorable ;-)) dee x
for the cosy I used Stylecraft chunky acrylic yarn and the flowers were a mixture of acrylic and acrylic wool mix... predominently Stylecraft brand x
That's the nicest tea cosy I've seen and I've seen a few - I'm old!I could try making one since I have the Cute and Easy Crochet book...but then again I may just keep looking at yours!Lovely.x
absolutely adorable tea cosy or cozy!
It is so pretty! Great job.
So cute!!!!!!! I love these colours!!
So Cheery! Love the colors. Nice work!(((HUGS)))
So bright and cheerful. I'm on the hunt for a tea cosy pattern atm. Suzy x
E' deliziosabrava, ciao :)
Simply perfect spring-time cheer with your fabulous teapot cosy. I love this!
Just perfect and cute!
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