Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Granny Square Tea Cozy

Happy Wednesday!!

My Mom bought me this cutest robin's egg blue teapot a few weeks ago because she knows how much I like tea, and with the weather getting colder we will be drinking a lot more of it!  She thought it would be nice to have a pretty new pot to enjoy it in.  I thought that it needed an equally pretty cozy to help keep it warm and toasty.  With my new-found like of everything Granny Square, I knew that this was the perfect pattern!!  It's by Sarah London from her new book Granny Square Love.  I don't own the book, but this pattern was an excerpt from it that was featured in the November/December issue of Crochet Today! Magazine.  Granny squares are perfect for stash busting (which I need to do more of by the way), so I used some of the leftover yarn from Brittany and Nick's Granny Stripe Blanket.  The blues matched just right with the colour of the teapot, and I even found the perfect ribbon in my "ribbon stash" to go with it, so this truly is a stash busting project.  Now it's all ready for a nice steaming cup of tea....and maybe a couple of scones for Mom!

Much Love, xoxo


  1. super cute! You are true Granny Square Master! :)

  2. Aww, thanks Jill :) I sure enjoy making them! lol

  3. Neat-o! Do those cozies help keep the pot warm longer?

  4. Yep, they help keep the pot insulated. They're kinda like a sweater :)