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Thread: Tea Cozy

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    Super Member MrsM's Avatar
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    Does anyone have a pattern for a wrap tea cozy? Thanks.

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    Try Ludlow Quilt and Sew, they have one there. http://www.ludlowquiltandsew.co.uk

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    I couldn't find it on that link?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PegD
    Try Ludlow Quilt and Sew, they have one there. http://www.ludlowquiltandsew.co.uk
    No I couldn't find it either. <<>>

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    I downloaded it about a year ago. Is there anyway I can put it on this site. I know with all the copywrite laws and all. Any sugguestions?

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    Mrs M all you havve to do is sign up for their newsletter then confirm and they send you the tea cozy as a free pattern for joining. Hope this helps. LuAnn

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    Thanks, I'll give it a try :thumbup:

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    I have several linked on my website... it's one topic for some reason I had already started!

    Maybe you'll find one that you like there?
    http://yarn-or-fabric.weebly.com/tea...ial-links.html

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    Okay I'm a little off ... I assume (after looking at the pictures) a tea cozy keeps the pot warm ... is this for folks who make tea using the loose leaves ... or is it for the bagged ones ... or both? Does a tea cozy help improve the tea process???

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    quote=CraftsByRobin]Okay I'm a little off ... I assume (after looking at the pictures) a tea cozy keeps the pot warm ... is this for folks who make tea using the loose leaves ... or is it for the bagged ones ... or both? Does a tea cozy help improve the tea process???[/quote]

    It is to keep the tea warm that is in the tea pot. It doesn't affect the tea's flavor. Just is pretty & keeps it warm.

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    A tea cozy keeps the pot warm longer. If you drink more than a cup or are sharing a cup or two with friends, you steep the tea....and the cozy keeps the hot water ....HOT longer. It works for both loose tea and for tea bags used in a teapot. I have found that the knitted and crochet one work very, very well. The ones featured here, work somewhat well...
    Also on my knitted ones...they really hug the tea pot with a stretched type inner knitted stitch...also they might have a custom made hole for the handle and the pour spout. This means you do not have to remove the tight cozy while pouring tea. And this requires the wonderful works of a dear friend to custom make for the favorite teapot of your choice.
    And you are not a little off....some of us just learn to enjoy a fine cup of tea, sooner or later....send me a PM with your address and I will be sure to send you some tea!

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