Emma Varnam's blog
I wanted to create something to look a bit festive for the
Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, but you could equally make
one up for 4th July ! Let the street parties begin!
Free Blighty Teacosy and Egg Cosy Pattern
[...] Free Pattern – Blighty Vintage Tea-cosy and Egg-cosy [...]
[...] no further for an excuse to throw a street party! You can find the pattern on Emma’s website for [...]
VERY CUTE!!!!!!!!! I LIKE the little Egg cozy too! I’ve ALWAYS LOVED poached eggs & only recently started having medium boiled eggs in an egg cup instead! I LOVE them! I’ve read it’s how people in Europe have their eggs! I’m the ONLY ONE in my family that will eat eggs this way! That’s ok! I THINK I’ll have to make myself some Egg Cozies! I started with looking for Tea Cozy Patterns! I’ll just make them MATCHING like you! :)Thanks for showing us!
In the Inside Crochet September magazine it says there is a free pattern for a pumpkin on this site. I have looked several times since I bought it in August but can’t find it. Hoping it may be here in October which would make sense for Halloween! Anyone else been looking for it?
please email the patten for the EGG COSIE THANKYOU
thankyou very very much i will start knitting for Easter
I have just started to make this cosy as a christmas git for a friend. I have so far knit 10 rows but I can’t help thinking that it looks enormous! I am aware it’s for a 6-8 cup pot, yet my 116 stitches just seem to go on forever! Has anyone else mentioned this?
Dear Michelle, I would make sure that your tension and the needle size matches – you might have a looser tension than me. It is a gathered teacosy at the top and the rib nature of the pattern will mean that it should be stretchy. If you are worried. Try going down a size in needles. Hope this helps – thanks
I’m trying to start this tea cosy, but I can’t make the pattern look like the one in the picture. To me it looks like rib knitting – like k1,p1 – but that’s not what it says in the description? (knit 1 into st below, p2)
Can u help me, please? What am I not getting?
Hello Birgitte, Thank you for your comment.
Here is a link to a really useful you tube video which helps you to work this stitch.
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