Pretty Tea Cozy

tea cozy  Here's a fun little project to take your tea time to the next level. Sew4Home shares a Pretty Tea Cozy to keep things nice and warm. - Sewtorial

Ready for the perfect tea party? Here’s a fun little project to take your tea time to the next level. Sew4Home shares a Pretty Tea Cozy project to keep things nice and warm.

Supplies

  • ¼ yard of 44″+ wide cotton print fabric for the center panel and front pocket; we used Aqua Dots
  • ½ yard of 44″+ wide cotton print fabric for the outer panels and top loop; we used Blue Daisy
  • ½ yard of 44″+ wide cotton print fabric for the lining and binding; we used Azure Cotton Couture
  • Scrap with a coordinating feature motif – you need an approximate 5″ high x 7″ wide scrap from which to fussy cut the approximate 3″ high x 5″ wide teapot appliqué; we used Cream Floral Vintage
  • ½ yard of insulating fleece: we used Insul-Bright by The Warm Company
  • Scrap of paper backed adhesive for the appliqué – as above, you need an approximate 5″ high x 7″ wide scrap from which to cut the approximate 3″ high x 5″ wide teapot appliqué; we used Wonder Under by Pellon
  • Scrap (an approximate 9″ x 9″ square) of lightweight interfacing for pocket panel; we used 950F Shir-Tailor® by Pellon
  • 1½ yards of coordinating jumbo rick rack; we used jumbo white rick rack, purchased locally
  • All purpose thread to match fabric
  • Decorative thread in a slightly contrasting shade for the appliqué; we used 40 wt rayon in light blue
  • See-through ruler
  • Fabric pen or pencil
  • Seam gauge
  • Seam ripper
  • Scissors or rotary cutter and mat
  • Iron and ironing board
  • Straight pins
  • Hand sewing needle

Skill Level: Beginner

Find the full tutorial and pattern here.

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