I’m excited to announce that I published my second pattern on today! Snug as a Mug is a mug sock that keeps your tumbler cozy and warm. I was inspired when I saw fellow knitters take a Starbucks Stainless Steel Create Your Own Tumbler and their favorite fingering weight yarn (stripes and speckles galore) and… Continue reading Snug as a Mug
The weather has been bitterly cold in Kansas of late, and I finally broke down and bought something I’d always wanted: a hot water bottle. Once it arrived, I knew it would need a cozy. A quick turn through Ravelry and I found the perfect pattern: Handspun Hottie by Laurie Claire. Then I went diving… Continue reading Crafty: Cozy Cozy Part II
I was tickled when I saw Hallmark’s line of knitted items for the holidays. How cute is this Cozy Snowman Mug? I also loved this set of Cozy Nesting Bowls: If you’re looking for something for a stitcher, how about a Cup full of Cozy?
If you love owls, then I’m sure you’ll give a hoot about all of these great finds!
I don’t generally drink my tea in ceramic pots, but there are many people who do. As I said in my post about mug cozies, one of the ways to keep your tea warm longer is to add some extra insulation with wool! There are tons of tea cozy patterns out there for those of… Continue reading Teacessories: Tea Cozies
I thought I’d stick with the Welcome to Nightvale theme for one more post and tie knitting into tea time today. When I brew tea at work, I often want to drink the tea and to hold the warm mug in my hands. However, mugs cool quickly. How often have you drunk half a cup… Continue reading Teacessories: Knitted Mug Cozies