St Patricks Day Tea Cosy

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Happy St Patrick's Day!

I've been meaning to make a tea cosy for myself for a while and since I've been spending more time in my home office I'm drinking much more tea by myself.  To help prevent the too-cool-second-cup problem I thought it was a good time to find a nice pattern and get it sorted.

My number one source for knitting patterns is Ravelry so I did a pattern search for an easy tea cosy and this lovely pattern called Little Cupcake Tea Cosy by Lisa Sisk caught my eye.  The pattern is available for free on Ravelry or it can be purchased for 3 Euro from This Is Knit.
 
//Tea Cosy
When I went over to my box of yarn to pick one out for this project, this green colour immediately jumped out at me and it's perfect for a St Patrick's day tea cosy.  Now I just need to pick up some Irish Breakfast tea from the supermarket and I'm all set.

Are you a hot drink fan?  Or would you prefer a nice Guinness?

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  1. Cute! That turned out so greaet! It looks like a fairly difficult pattern since it has cables in it! I should get out of my comfort zone and try some cable patterns. I took a class ages ago but then never applied what we learned...

    I probably prefer hot drinks to cold drinks. I love coffee with vanilla creamer in it. Lately I've been drinking tea, though, as I can't have dairy for 30 days and I don't like the dairy-free cream alternatives. I haven't been a big fan of tea but am learning to like it more!

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