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Knifty Knitter Tea Cozies

Does anyone know how to make a tea cozy with the knifty knitter looms? Any help would be appreciated.

Stardiva from Canada

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February 16, 20060 found this helpful

I have just purchased a Knifty Knitter and have made a couple of hats and am working on a blanket. I would think making a tea cozy would be similar to making a hat. You could try picking the size loom you need for your tea pot and go from there. I hope this helps...

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By Jessica (Guest Post)
March 29, 20060 found this helpful

"I have just purchased a Knifty Knitter and have made a couple of hats and am working on a blanket. I would think making a tea cozy would be similar to making a hat. You could try picking the size loom you need for your tea pot and go from there. I hope this helps..."

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I was wondering where did you get directions to make a blanket with the knifty knitter?

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August 26, 20080 found this helpful

Show a picture of your Tea Cozies! Is it like a Koozie to hold your pop in but instead a glass of tea?

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By grumpybear from utah (Guest Post)
January 2, 20090 found this helpful

Have you figured it out yet? I do have some ideas but it looks like this question was asked 3 years ago. Let me know if you're still wondering.

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By Antoinette (Guest Post)
January 3, 20090 found this helpful

Just make a smaller hat out of the flower looms. Or you could get a bigger loom and knit a flat piece and sow it together. provocraft.com might help! I hope this helps!

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