Knitted Coffee Pot Cosy

If the people that you knit for are sick and tired of you knitting them scarves then this is a really quick and easy idea for a knitted Christmas Present!

I made this last December and I think it only took me a couple of evenings to knit.

It’s in an Aran weight yarn with 5mm needles so it does knit up quite quickly and the pattern was a simple diamond one using just knit and purl stitches.

I found the pattern in my Knitting Pattern Folder. Yes, that holy binder of pages ripped from knitting and crochet magazines merits capital letters!

I pulled it out of a magazine a while ago and liked the look of it. It’s one of the few patterns in there I’ve actually done! Usually I just flick through the pages and try to find some inspiration.

I just double checked and it’s by Sian Brown and from Let’s Knit Magazine but I have no idea what issue number!

It’s a bit loose and fluffy because it’s been in use for nearly 8 months!

I’m sure if you were to do a quick Google search you could find a good pattern for a coffee pot/ cafetière!

I did find one on Ravelry for a really cool Dalek one by Coryna Blasko…

https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/caffeinate-press-style-coffee-maker-cozy

Or, if Dr Who isn’t your thing, how about this cabled one by Ruth Churchman? (also on Ravelry)

https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/cabled-cafetiere–tea-cosy

Or…just freestyle your own. Make a rectangle and add buttons! 🙂


You can find my most recent post on Medium below.

7 Non-Fiction Book To Help You Live A Better Life!

https://woollyorbit.medium.com/7-non-fiction-books-to-help-you-live-a-better-life-89e146c3fad6


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