This knitting pattern for a tea cosy featuring a union jack is an essential for every tea party- how can you live without it?
Use an Aran weight (US Worsted) yarn that has a knit tension of 18 sts and 25 rows over stocking stitch on 5 mm (UK/Canada/Aus no.6, US no.8) needles.
I used King Cole Merino Blend Aran—1 x 50g ball each of shades 897 Parchment, 778 Denim, and 777 Claret.
This tea pot cosy will fit a medium size Tea Pot. The width of the cosy is approx 37.5 cm all round and 16 cm high. (Not including the bobble)
The PDF of this pattern will be sent to your mailbox within 24 hours of payment.
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The Queens Diamond Jubilee was the inspiration for this cosy. We are having a tea party and this will be just fine to keep the tea warm.
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