8 Cute DIY Tea Cozies To Sew Or Crochet

8 cute diy tea cozies to sew or crochet cover

Though summer is coming and you may say that it’s a season of cold and icy drinks, I can say that hot tea and just tea is always actual. If you are used to making tea in pots and not of sachets, you may need a tea cozy to make the tea brew better and make it brew faster. You can sew, crochet or even knit a tea cozy, it’s totally up to you and the skills you have. I’ve prepared a small roundup of tea cozies that are sure to make your brew perfect, let’s take a look!

Sewn Cozies

Here’s a vintage tea cozy made of various kinds of fabric and trim. The piece is rather neutral and cute as the author found matching and cool fabrics with different patterns and no patterns, too. You may also change the colors and go for something extra bold. Get inspired and get ready to sew!

DIY tea cozy of neutral printed fabric (via treasureinanearthenvessel.blogspot.ru)

DIY tea cozy of neutral printed fabric (via treasureinanearthenvessel.blogspot.ru)

I love this cute piece – it’s blue and white, of very catchy fabric plus a lace trim for a chic touch. This tea cozy is not only super handy but also looks really cute in your kitchen or on your table. It also makes a great gift for someone who loves tea. Looks cool!

DIY printed fabric tea cozy with lace trim (via bywilma.com)

DIY printed fabric tea cozy with lace trim (via bywilma.com)

Don’t feel like much sewing or knitting? Then choose this tutorial! This piece is fully made of an old sweater, you need just to cut out a proper piece for your teapot and sew the edges. The decor of the tea cozy is up to you – it can be beading, sequins, ribbons, faux flowers, berries and much more, it’s totally up to you!

DIY tea cozy of an old sweater (via www.uniquemarkets.com)

DIY tea cozy of an old sweater (via www.uniquemarkets.com)

This super colorful and fun tea cozy is very comfy in using because it features an additional pocket. You may fill it with what you like but it’s mostly intended for tea sachets. Match two different types of fabric and add trim in between them, place a pocket in the center – you may go for two, one on the each side. Get inspired and enjoy sewing!

DIY bright sewn tea cozy with pockets (via sew4home.com)

DIY bright sewn tea cozy with pockets (via sew4home.com)

Make a chic and stylish tea cozy with elegant lace and bead appliques for a vintage feel. Ice blue linen fabric was done in layers and with fringe trim, and the appliques make it look vintage and very chic. it’s not only a nice accessory for your kitchen but also a cool gift for someone who loves tea.

DIY blue tea cozy with lace and bead appliques (via www.danslelakehouse.com)

DIY blue tea cozy with lace and bead appliques (via www.danslelakehouse.com)

If you like bold colors and prints, you will like this idea, too! This is a bold blue and white tea cozy with bold green ruffled touch on top. Choose matching or contrasting fabric to make this cozy and spruce up the summer or spring table with such an accessory. Voila!

DIY printed fabric tea cozy with contrasting ruffles (via www.frugalmomeh.com)

DIY printed fabric tea cozy with contrasting ruffles (via www.frugalmomeh.com)

Crocheted Cozies

Love funky and whimsy looks? crochet this colorful and fun pineapple tea cozy! Such an idea is gorgeous for summer – pineapples are truly summer fruits that add a fun touch to the decor, and you can make this cozy very fast if you know how to crochet. I also love the natural look of the pineapple – there are also some leaves on top! Enjoy!

DIY crocheted pineapple tea cozy (via teaandcraft.blogspot.ru)

DIY crocheted pineapple tea cozy (via teaandcraft.blogspot.ru)

This is a simple crocheted tea cozy shaped as a sack, looks cute and rather modern – no old-fashioned appliques, no vintage patterns or lace trim. If you are familiar with crocheting, you’ll make this cozy very fast. Go for some neutral color for a more modern look or a bold color to add a splash of color. Enjoy!

DIY neutral crocheted tea cozy (via www.novelteaco.com)

DIY neutral crocheted tea cozy (via www.novelteaco.com)