Care for a Cuppa Crochet? 10 Free Tea Cozy Patterns!

Whether you call them cozies or cosies, tea pot covers range from the practical to the whimsical – and they always put a smile on your face! So here are 10 free tea cozy… or tea cosy crochet patterns!

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10 Free Crochet Tea Cozy Patterns

  1. Granny Tea Cozy! by Crochet with Raymond: Colorful and bright and a modern classic if I ever saw one!Granny Tea Cozy: Get 10 free #crochet tea cozy patterns... aka tea cosy patterns! :D Roundup of gorgeous patterns at Moogly!
  2. Straightforward Tea Cozy by Olivia Rainsford, on The Adventures of the Gingerbread Lady: A basic pattern with instructions for dressing it up (or down!) to make it your own! Love that!Straightforward Tea Cozy: Get 10 free #crochet tea cozy patterns... aka tea cosy patterns! :D Roundup of gorgeous patterns at Moogly!
  3. Scallop Tea Cosy by Crochetroo: The crocodile stitch is a great insulator – sure to keep your pot piping hot! In both UK and American terms!Scallop Tea Cozy: Get 10 free #crochet tea cozy patterns... aka tea cosy patterns! :D Roundup of gorgeous patterns at Moogly!
  4. Rose Bud Tea Cozy by Debi Dearest, on Dearest Debi: Think spring while you warm up your hands and admire this flowery cozy!Rose Bud Tea Cozy: Get 10 free #crochet tea cozy patterns... aka tea cosy patterns! :D Roundup of gorgeous patterns at Moogly!
  5. Easy Ripple Tea Cosy by Jenny Stacey, on Justjen-knits&stitches: Isn’t this gorgeous! Love the ridged chevrons, bright colors, and buttons!Easy Ripple Tea Cozy: Get 10 free #crochet tea cozy patterns... aka tea cosy patterns! :D Roundup of gorgeous patterns at Moogly!
  6. Daylily Tea Cosy for Mother’s Day by Jenny Stacey, on Justjen-knits&stitches: Another beautiful cozy from this talented designer!Daylily Tea Cosy: Get 10 free #crochet tea cozy patterns... aka tea cosy patterns! :D Roundup of gorgeous patterns at Moogly!
  7. Cupcake Teacosy by Emma Varnam, on Emma Varnam: Sweet as can be – love the berry on top!Cupcake Tea Cozy: Get 10 free #crochet tea cozy patterns... aka tea cosy patterns! :D Roundup of gorgeous patterns at Moogly!
  8. Reversible Crochet Brioche Tea Cosy by Megan Mills, on Megan Mills’ Homepage: Love the clean lines of the stitching here!Reversible Crochet Brioche Tea Cosy: Get 10 free #crochet tea cozy patterns... aka tea cosy patterns! :D Roundup of gorgeous patterns at Moogly!
  9. Short and Stout by Ella Jensen, on Ravelry: A great basic pattern – looks nice as is, and is ripe for your own embellishments!Short and Stout: Get 10 free #crochet tea cozy patterns... aka tea cosy patterns! :D Roundup of gorgeous patterns at Moogly!
  10. Leah’s Rose Tea Cosies by Leah Maxwell, on Why Didn’t Anyone Tell Me?: Aren’t these gorgeous! Have a bouquet and a hot cup of tea in one! For the rose portion, Click Here!Leah's Rose Tea Cozy: Get 10 free #crochet tea cozy patterns... aka tea cosy patterns! :D Roundup of gorgeous patterns at Moogly!

I hope you’ve found a crochet tea cozy pattern here today that inspired you – or at least made you smile! Thanks for reading!

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  1. 2

    Martha says

    Good timing on this post…I was just looking for a tea cozy pattern this past weekend. I already found your #8 and added it to my Ravelry queue, and I’ll probably be adding a few more from this list now. :-)

  2. 7

    Debby says

    Just thought you should know the link you have posted to the crocheted roses is broken. The link takes you to the website; however the pattern is no longer available. The instructions are all gibberish. Just an FYI.

    Love the pattern!

  3. 9

    Katy says

    I love these. It may be my computer or my browser but it’s not showing ten patterns.I’m seeing 1 & 2, then 3, 4, & 5 are blank. It is then showing 6 & 7 and 8.9, & 10 are blank. The ones I see are beautiful. I went looking for teapot cozies awhile back and collected a few. But I’ve never seen the lily one. It is gorgeous.

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