Goblin Head Tea Cosy Knitting Pattern

Goblin Head
Goblin Head
Goblin Head knitting pattern
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Animated Tea Cosy

Description

The goblin head tea cosy is based on fairytale woodland characters, that are a bit dark and mysterious and notoriously ugly.

The goblin head is green and has protruding eyes with large eyebrows. His nose is large and bulbous. His mouth is smiling and he is revealing two very pointy teeth. His ears stich out at either side and the top of his head is covered in lumps.

I always think of goblins as wicked fairy folk that can't be trusted, but this goblin head tea cosy can be trusted to keep the teapot hot with any spells or goblin magic.

The goblin head tea cosy is a large sized tea cosy that fits a Price & Kensington large sized teapot that hold 10 cups of tea.

The goblin is an easy tea cosy to make and would be fabulous for Halloween.

No gobblin' up the tea - It's hot!

This Tea Cosy:

  • is made from double thickness yarn for extra insulation

What you will need to make the pattern

5.5 mm, UK size 5 or US size 9 knitting needles,
4.00 mm, UK size 8 or US size 6 Knitting needles,
Stitch Holder,
92g Stylecraft Special DK Meadow,
4g Stylecraft Special DK Graphite,
1g Stylecraft Special DK Cream,
Stuffing.

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