03 January 2011

Owl Tea Cosy

Click HERE for your FREE Owl Tea Cosy pattern.

It was last seen in the Australian New Idea in 1975.

I am unable to find who the author/designer was so I offer it here in the hope that no copyright is infringed and no person is offended.

This vintage owl cosy seems to be extremely popular.

Enjoy.

This is one that Shazza made.




14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for sharing this pattern. I remember making a couple of these when I first learnt to crochet as a youngster ... and for some reason the pattern was "lost" until now!!! So I have been on the search for the pattern - and discovered it here!!! Thanks again!!! Marla

Anonymous said...

like marla i have been looking for this pattern for ages. Can't wait to get started. I think everyone will be getting one for Christmas. Love it!

Lieke said...

Hello, i was looking for the pattern. My best friend collects everything of owls. But i cant open the link. Can someone send me the pattern?

Please leave than a commemt.

Katie said...

I'd also love to have this pattern! There's something completely adorable about this tea cosy and I think I need to make one. Or two. Or many. Would you be able to upload the pattern again?

metal and knit said...

I would love to see the link restored as I now have family insisting I replace the ones my Nana made them and wish the pattern could be seen.

Anonymous said...

my mother in law adores this pattern also but i cant open the link could anyone plse email me the pattern......thankyou peta

Queen of the Tea Cosies said...

Hello PETA.
Go to www.grandpurlbaa.com. Along the top menu you will find the owl pattern. Time for me to update this here.
Cheers
Losni

Amy said...

Hi, I was wondering if you would be able to put up the pattern in a format other than iCloud, as I have no Apple logon. Thanks, Amy.

Anonymous said...

Yes, please put up this pattern in another format too! I have no Apple either...

Queen of the Tea Cosies said...

Hello those looking for the Owl pattern.

Easier to go here.

http://www.grandpurlbaa.com/grandpurlbaa/Free_Patterns.html

cheers

Gill said...

Thank you so much for this pattern...will get going straight away!

Anonymous said...

Thank you SO much for posting this pattern!

Jacky H said...

Hi thanks for the pattern for the owl tea cosy

Anonymous said...

How big a teapot is this for. 2cup/4cup/6cup?