Monday, July 30, 2007

The Tale of the Tweed Tea Cosy

Miter and garter with Rowan Scottish Tweed and Jo Sharp's Silkroad DK Tweed. Love these yarns together. For a tea cosy KAL on Revelry. Naturally I am in the tea group.

sneak peek to the depath

16 comments:

Devorah said...

Very nice. What kind of tea will it be keeping warm? A nice ceylon, perhaps?

Kristina said...

pretty!

Mary, Mary... said...

We've used up all of our Margaret's Hope from Mariage Freres--next summer, perhaps? Unfortunately, a tea cozy in my house would become a dog toy.;)

Dave said...

Very nice -- I love those colours together!

Annie said...

Beautiful! Goes with your teapot perfectly.

magnusmog said...

Love the tweediness :)

cosette said...

LOVE it!

aija said...

Very nice! Makes me want to go make a cuppa :)

Garngamen said...

Fantastic cosy. Your hard to keep up with. Does the tea get cold in NY? I actually suggested we should go to visit you, but it was all booked out... But just wait around! I long to have a tea with you! Take care my friend! Great pictures.

tiennie said...

That is so great! I love the colors.

Artis-Anne said...

Oh that is so pretty and lovely shades
I have just had my invite to Ravelry and am finding my way around , amazing isn't it ?

aquaknits said...

Wow, that's beautiful, I love the way the colors blend together!

Hilde C. said...

I think the colour combination is great! I wish a could come over for a cup of tea :-)

Knittypants said...

What a great cozy, the yarns really do look great together. Which pattern did you use? or is it your own? My grandfather wants me to make him a tea cozy and I am looking for just the right one. This one would be great.

Rain said...

Me likey! That's gorgeous and really suits your teapot.

Sonya said...

The yarns together are really wonderful and I like the double brim (do tea cozies have brims?) the thick turning row in the darker color reall adds a nice edge.