This past week I became smitten with a gorgeous sweater called Assam. It turns out it is the newest release from Tabetha Hedrick and is part of the new Sweet Georgia collection of patterns called High Tea. The full collection which includes an additional sweater, a shawl, and a hat (for a total for 4… Continue reading Knittea: High Tea Collection
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
Last Saturday I was idly browsing my Instagram feed and I came upon a friend’s photo of a DIY mug that she had added knitting to: https://www.instagram.com/p/BNj866PAiat/?taken-by=karenflinchum She noted she had gotten the idea from a friend, so I went and checked out her friend’s feed and sure enough, it was a great idea! https://www.instagram.com/p/BGJ-jKlKNQx/?taken-by=jpknitknot… Continue reading Knittea: DIY Mug
With the Thanksgiving holiday, the season is set into full swing and Black Friday heralds the opening of shopping season. I wanted to pull together a few suggestions for the tea and knit lovers in your life. Subscriptions At the top of my list are subscriptions for wonderful gifts that keep on giving all year… Continue reading Holiday Gift Guide: A little bit knittea.
Earlier this week a friend posted some delightful looking mugs from Stuff You Love. I had to go check it out for myself. These are my favorites!
Every so often I find a new pattern that is wonderful for tea lovers. This one came across my Instagram feed a few days ago and is by the lovely Isabelle of Fluffy Fibers. She just published the lovely My Cup of Tea Mitts. These lovely mitts are based off of Robin Lynn’s My Cup… Continue reading Knittea: What to knit?
I saw the following image on Instagram today, a collaboration between Jennie the Potter and Churchmouse Yarn & Teas. What could be more at the intersection of knit and tea than a tea leaf, cleverly patterned to also look like the knit stitch? Pick one up for yourself quickly because they are limited edition! https://www.instagram.com/p/BBYOHSpSp28/ Churchmouse… Continue reading Knittea: A Necklace
The last week or so there has been a change in the air. The days are a bit cooler, and the nights even more so, and fall is definitely around the corner. As I contemplate warm beverages to keep my hands toasty, I also think about whipping up a few cup cozies. Perhaps one of… Continue reading Knittea: Cup Cozies
There’s nothing I love more than blueberries. Well, maybe blueberry colored yarn and blueberry tea in a beautiful blue mug? The Tea: The Republic of Tea, Wild Blueberry The Yarn: Unwind Yarn Company, Journey Sock in I Want it Now The Sweater: Chicory Top by Sarah Pope, handknit by me The Mug: Blue Drip Mug… Continue reading Knittea: Blueberry
Last week I saw a new collection of patterns pop up on Ravelry. The Tea Collection is a new ebook of accessory patterns by Clare Devine. The hat on the cover, Earl Grey, is a wonderful cabled hat, and I love that pom pom. Perhaps my favorite pattern in the booklet, however, is Lapsang. I’m… Continue reading Knit-tea: The Tea Collection