Halloween Skull Tea Cosy

Yes it’s nearly that time of year again! That means that Cosy Tea have been sharing tea cosy patterns for almost a year now, as the first one I linked to was the Pumpkin Tea Cosy designed for the occasion.

Photo Courtesy of Flostygritter

I noticed this pattern last year just a little bit too late for Halloween and bookmarked it to post about this year!  It’s is a free knitting pattern designed by Tea Cosy Folk for Halloweenmania – a website about Halloween craft ideas, games, costumes, history and recipes.

This knitting pattern is a simple stocking stitch tea cosy pattern knitted in double knit yarn on 5mm needles.  There is a chart included to knit the face from (or if preferred you could swiss darn the image on after).

The whole pattern can be viewed and printed here for free.

Halloween Skull Tea Cosies

Skull Tea Cosies from Halloweenmania

Tea Cosy Folk is a website dedicated to hand crafted tea cosies which are for sale either already knitted up or as a pattern.  There are tons on there so take a look – there are loads of seasonal and novelty tea cosies to choose from.

We think really if you’re going to pimp up your teapot for halloween then really you should be drinking Blueberry and Echinacea – to warn off autumnal colds and to soothe your stomach after you’ve finished with the punch!

2 responses to “Halloween Skull Tea Cosy

  1. Awesome pattern I can’t wait to try this as well as the pumpkin one. Would make great presents. Kinda like a folksy tongue in cheek twist on the dreaded holiday sweater! Thank you

  2. Pingback: It’s the spookiest time of year… | Cosy Tea Blog

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