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This page is dedicated to the Tea Cosies and projects you have created using the TeaCosyFolk patterns.

If you have bought and made a TeaCosyFolk pattern and would like to share your finished creation, please use the form to send us your photo and a few accompanying details. We’d love to see them!


Projects our customers have uploaded already

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Sue
18/10/17
The cozy was made for a silent auction to support the music program at a friend’s school. It was purchased and now resides on a piano in Palm Springs, California!
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Deborah Akery
17/10/17
Love making the snorkeler tea cosy to add to my collection.
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Wendy
17/10/17
Tea cozy was a gift for my cousins for their Hallowe’en wedding!
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Jane
16/10/17
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Karla
16/10/17
Adapt the skull pattern - a gift for a herbalist friend who makes a lot of lovely teas that I met through breastfeeding.
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Leslie
16/10/17
One side is black and ther other side is white.
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Ray
14/10/17
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Dewey
14/10/17
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Sam
14/10/17
Made based on the Skull tea cosy pattern
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Kirsty
14/10/17
I love the Teacosy Folk patterns and had picked this up for a fun knit.
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Nesan
13/10/17
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Ellen
13/10/17
ooooo skulls!!
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Gina
13/10/17
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Mary
13/10/17
Requested by my daughter for her friend's birthday - definitely different!!
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Beth
13/10/17
So delighted with how this turned out, and I’ve gotten tons of compliments on him already.
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Cindy
13/10/17
Quick, fun project. Made as donation for a charity auction for which the theme animal was a Northern Fur Seal.
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Janet
13/10/17
I thought I would just have it as a Coach not a Tea Cosy for my own Royal Knitted collection.
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Emma
11/10/17
I made the Unicorn tea cosy, but the toy version. The pattern was really clear and easy to follow and FUN!
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Lisa
09/10/17
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Jenny
08/10/17
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Jeanne
08/10/17
A lovely pattern, and easy to follow.
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Marja
08/10/17
I submitted the project to a local country fair and it won a first place ribbon and a judge’s choice rosette.
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Melissa
08/10/17
I made it for my mum who is an owl lover and she displays it proudly on her kitchen bench.
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BlackPatty
08/10/17
Based on the Gardener Tea Cosy but I liked the look of Suzanne the Gardener but it’s all in Spanish so I kind of copied the look of her.
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Indri
08/10/17
I enjoyed making it and the final batman was really appreciated by the parents and baby!
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Sarah
08/10/17
Teatime at Hogwarts adapted from the Medieval Castle tea cosy.
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Sarah
08/10/17
I love your tea cozy patterns, they are so fun.
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Una
08/10/17
Michael Tea Higgins using the Vicar Tea Cosy pattern with a few modifications.
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Tattie
07/10/17
The pattern was given to me as a Christmas gift. We love plod!
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Catherine
07/10/17
Tea Cosy for Bone China
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Karla
07/10/17
I am a tea drinker and do use it
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Sue
06/09/17
He was much admired and appreciated!
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Sandra
28/08/17
It's my favourite cosy to knit.
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Lesa Simmonite
16/06/17
I found it quite easy but put my own take on it hope you dont mind ive never attempted to make a pattern myself so quite proud of it
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Yvonne Trigg
06/06/17
The Queen for my friend who loves the royal family
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Val
22/05/17
My interpretation of the lady in the bikini - I call mine Busty Bertha
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Val
22/05/17
She's a bit racy my girl but we Geordies can be you know
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Catherine
22/05/17
I modified your policeman tea cosy to resemble the President of Ireland...Michael 'Tea' Higgins!!! He went down a treat with family and friends, and now everyone wants a tea cosy so I will have a busy summer. I love how easy your patterns are, and how professional looking the end result is, even for a beginner knitter like me!
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Kelly Williams
12/05/17
It's so reminiscent of the 50s style postcards. It's totally different to anything I've ever seen.
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Bindi
03/05/17
Xmas presents for family & friends except the dinosaur - I'm keeping him for me!
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Kirsty
15/04/17
Just finished my new Easter tea cosy pattern from TeaCosyFolk. Water into tea. It's a miracle!
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Lesley Jones
10/04/17
Fun to knit. And now in Florida with my sister who lives there
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Bindi
05/04/17
I'm a novice knitter but found the pattern quite easy to understand & do. Tea & cricket - what could be more English!
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Jeanne Rayment
21/01/17
It was easy to follow, but most of all it really captures the look of a westie. He is a great little character.
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Helen
11/01/17
The soldier pattern cried out to be a Christmas present for my brother, recently retired after 30 year + in the army. He loved it - and could even identify the rifle! Good stash-buster too.
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Paula
11/01/17
Perfect for Afternoon Tea Party
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Sue
30/12/16
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Vicky
27/12/16
I've just finished one I got from a magazine. I did it three times for Christmas presents!
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Linda Duncan
15/11/16
Love the novelty element of them & seeing friends faces when they get them as presents
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Debi
28/10/16
Fantastic Bikini Beach Babe
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Gladys
01/10/16
I have had a lot of fun doing these over the winter months with one eye on the tele!
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Jii G
01/10/16
Easy as ever to follow. The fish and feet were the cutest bits :-)
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Dawn
28/09/16
Flower
Diane
27/09/16
The trumpet flower turned out great! It was an easy to follow pattern.
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Sheila Caris
21/09/16
Loved this pattern as soon as I saw it, just made a few alterations as I couldn't find the small tea accessories.
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Colleen
21/09/16
Love Sherlock ! Made it for local tea cosy expo.
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Colleen Beer
08/09/16
Made this for our local tea cosy expo
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Catherine Seale
25/08/16
I am big fan of sheep and sheep dogs and I thought this pattern was lovely! Really happy with how it turned out. The pattern was very well explained and easy to follow. Thank you!
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Deborah Akery
11/08/16
Made this for my son his mates think it's ace.
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Trena
09/07/16
Easy to follow. Lovely Susan based it on my son. Great likeness . Thank you.
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Jill G
04/07/16
As usual, the pattern was easy to follow. & its a great reminder for the oldies of their favourite (?) daughter 😂
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Jill G
17/06/16
This was one tough cookie for a novice like me! But clear instructions & great advice helped win the battle 😊
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Iris Russell
26/05/16
fantastic addition to our street party celebrations for the queens 90th birthday.
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Eilash
18/05/16
Easy to follow pattern, love alpacas
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Diane Stevenson
18/05/16
My friend who I knitted the Elvis teapot loved it she has had a lot of remarks on her teapot.
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Yip Cheng Yue
17/05/16
Holy Night Nativity Tea Cozy. Back.
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Yip Cheng Yue
17/05/16
Holy Night Nativity Tea Cozy.
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Holly
17/05/16
Easy to follow, great fun to knit!
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Eilash
17/05/16
colours and challenge for the canal art
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Jill G
14/05/16
My first EVER knitting project after learning the basics in the morning. The pattern was easy to follow .
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Glamteach
13/05/16
Patience, you must have!
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Glamteach
08/05/16
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YIP CHENG YUE
03/05/16
Country Chicken Tea Cozy. All my friends love this tea cozy. Next year is the lunar new year of the rooster/chicken! The chickens are so cute. Great design! I feel that there should be zoomed in and close up pics of the attachments.
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deborah akery
16/04/16
the pattern was easy to follow, I love my tea cosy it makes everyone smile 16 April 2016
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Diane Stevenson
22/03/16
Everything they were easy to knit and my grandkids loved them also my friend who I knitted Elvis for
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Swindon Stitch & Bitch
21/03/16
The Swindon Stitch and Bitch group have been knitting lots of Breast Cancer tea cosies to help raise money for Against Breast Cancer
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alisonfleetwood
08/11/15
It's fab ... Easy to follow pattern ... Made for a friend and she loved it!!!!!! X
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Iris Russell
23/10/15
Love these pattern they are so quick & easy to follow.
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Iris
21/10/15
it was very quick & easy to make.
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Elise
20/10/15
Super easy to make with useful, clear instructions, and the cute factor of course!
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LivJimWillsMum
15/10/15
I'm a big fan of your patterns, love Yoda and Elvis, started a Paddington and Father Christmas!
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Biscuitbear
15/10/15
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Gwen
01/09/15
Couldn't resist knitting this although I never drink tea!
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Kirsty Cook
25/06/15
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Kirsty Cook
25/06/15
Brilliant
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Esmerelda
18/05/15
New Hand Knitted Canal Narrowboat Tea Cosy
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Lesley Ford
11/05/15
Loved whilst knitting seeing the face evolve made me smile. Easy to follow and did not take long to do.
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Esmerelda
09/05/15
Hand Knitted ~ Hen Pecked
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notyouraveragegeek
07/03/15
Made this for a mate. Makes me laugh just looking at it lol.
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rtracy
07/03/15
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UKToyCollector1977
07/03/15
My favourite Christmas present of 2014.
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boxmania
07/03/15
Lovely hand-knitted Yoda tea cosy.




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