Basket 0 items, £ 0.00
Checkout

Tudor Rose Tea Cosy and Knitting Pattern

Tudor Rose
Tudor Rose
Tudor Rose knitting pattern
Birds Eye View
Birds Eye View
Close up
Side View

Description

The Tudor Rose tea cosy bears the iconic emblem of the house of Tudors during medieval England, the Tudor rose. With its outer red petals and inner white petals the Tudor rose graphically bound the House of Lancaster and the house of York in a single emblem that was a thing of beauty.

The Tudor Rose tea cosy is perfect for people who love history or who are having a medieval wedding.

The knitting pattern is given in three sizes - small, medium and large. Small 2 cup teapot: Medium 6 -8 cup teapot : Large 10 cup teapot.

The pattern can easily be changed in colour to make a Yorkshire rose tea cosy or a Lancaster Rose tea cosy.

Keeping your teapot hot; Medieval style!

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,
24g (41g, 57g) Stylecraft Special DK black,
15g Stylecraft Special DK lipstick,
10g Stylecraft Special DK kelly green,
7g Stylecraft Special DK white,
2g Stylecraft Special DK saffron,
Stuffing

Customer Reviews

Bought a tea cosy, or knitted one of our knitting patterns? We'd love to get your feedback.
Be the first to write a review.
Just login or Register to leave you review.

Our knitting patterns can be ordered online using this website and they will be instantly available as PDF digital downloads.

Alternatively, you can buy these knitting patterns from our other popular Knitting Pattern Platforms, where you can download them and start knitting today!

Etsy :: Kindle :: Love Crafts :: Ravelry

Find out more about TeaCosyFolk and follow us on Social Media hereā€¦

Twitter :: Blogger :: Pintrest :: Instagram :: Giphy :: Vimeo :: Youtube :: Facebook

Since 2015 you may have seen TeaCosyFolk designs published in some popular knitting magazines.

Simply Knitting :: Homespun :: Lets Knit

The Published Patterns



Subscribe to our mailing list

* indicates required