Tea Mitten pattern by Elisabeth Kleven
The tea cozy has enjoyed a healthy relationship with knitting for generations. I came up with this one because I was tired of my tea getting cold during long Latin study sessions, but I didn’t want to obscure my teapot’s lovely curves. I also tend to lose things, and I knew that a tea cozy that require full removal would not last long in my house. Voila! A form-fitting sweater for my loved study buddy.
Oh its so hard to get motivated with these dark days and early evenings......I always seem soooo tired! Today I sat snuggled beside the lamp.......sewing..... It's so nice sewing a quilt as its draped across your lap keeping you all nice and snuggly.... The only thing missing was a pot of tea and a cake! I am desperately trying to loose weight, I don't think I ever ate toooooo much but rather my diet consisted of all the wrong things...infact it was 75% cake!!!! I am afraid I am having…
The Brown Betty teapot has its origins in the 17th century when English potters copied the spherical shape of Ming Dynasty Chinese porcelain imports. Unfortunately the white clay available at that time would crack with repeated exposure to boiling water,