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January 12, 2018



Oh, all the loose hairs from the yarn might get into your tea! And, the cosy will become discoloured under the spout unless you remove it before pouring. Looks pretty though.

Mary Lou Egan

THE classic tea cozy. Nicely done. My tea cozy is a mitered hat that was way too big and rather ugly, so I took out the brim (or whatever it was) and felted it slightly. Fits my 6 cup Brown Betty perfectly, although I always think it could be a bit warmer.

juliet brown

How pretty!!! Years ago I knitted a tea cosy for my mums Brown Betty (in butterfly stitch and some Noro oddment I believe) as her previous tea cosy had finally bitten the dust and I think it was that pattern above. I have also just realised I have a Brown Betty and never knitted it a cosy - poor little thing, I feel quite guilty now. I may have to dig through my stash for appropriate yarn to clothe my poor little Brown Betty - you may have started a trend for fully clad BBs

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