Teacosyfolk designs and sells tea cosies, but not the boring and groovy sorts of tea cosy that your grandma used to have, we design tea cosies with character.
the tea cosy range are based on people and their characters, so we have a policeman tea cosy and the queen tea cosy, but we also have vehicles, animals and event tea cosies too such as the medieval castle tea cosy celebrating heritage open days.
primarily i sell tea cosy knitting patterns, however when designing a new tea cosy i do knit the designs which i also sell.
i also offer a bespoke tea cosy service where i will design and knit a tea cosy that looks like your friend or loved one for a special occasion. maybe a birthday, anniversary, wedding or graduation.
if you have a look at my website and the tea cosy designs i'm sure you'll agree, there's nothing quite like my tea cosy knitting patterns on the market. i have had a really good response to my patterns by happy customers who inspire and spur me on to design more fantastic tea
The beekeeper tea cosy looks a bit like a bygone age. She has her smoker, with smoke coming out of the nozzle, and a skep to catch a new swarm of bees. There are eight honeybees buzzing about her. And each bee has a slight fluffiness to it' ... read moreBeekeeper tea cosy
Firefighter tea cosy
The firefighter tea cosy knitting is a fun and unique tea cosy of a firefighter in action with water jetting out of his hosepipe.
His uniform is knitted with neon yarn stripes to give the reflector look. He has 'FIRE' written on his ba ... read more
The Fox tea cosy is a real stunner because he's so cute. The fox fur is accomplished with brown eye lash wool making the fox look quite realistic.
The fox has a pointed face, tall pointed ears and a beautiful brush tail.
The tea cosy ... read more
We don't mean to crow, but we think you're going to love the Peacock tea cosy.
A stunning bird caught as a tea cosy with great attention to detail. This is rather a long tea cosy knitting pattern with 8 pages, so it's a project that wil ... read more
The medieval castle tea cosy is based on a motte and bailey style stone castle commonly built by the Normans. The castle with it's tower and look out sits on the top of a grassy knoll for the best vantage point. The Castle also sports an or ... read moreMedieval Castle Tea Cosy Knitting Pattern