Reversible Tea Pot Cozy
By Ann Strecko Koeman
Here’s a reversible teapot cozy for the holiday season! Owl for Fall and Santa’s Belt for Christmas.
- Brown Fabric
- Red Fabric
- Black Fabric
- Yellow Fabric Metallic Gold Fabric
- White fabric
- Black thread
- Double fold Black Bias Tape
Make Pattern using a paper plate with bottom part cut off to trace template onto paper. Add 1/2 inch seam around curved edge.
Cut 4 pieces of fabric (two in the red, and two in the brown) from the large curved piece.
Cut the shapes out of the black, gold, yellow, and white. Cut one strip (black) long as width of cozy, and 2 inches wide for the belt. The buckle is made out of a rectangular piece of metallic gold fabric (Index card size). Optional: cut two strips of brown fabric to make rows of feathers for the owl.
Cut 2 pieces of the fleece in the same pattern
Sew shapes to front pieces of each cozy.
Sew fleece pieces to wrong sides of one of the cozies.
Sew two pieces of each cozy right sides facing.
Now that you have two cozies, one has a fleece lining and the other does not. Place one cozy inside the other, wrong sides together.
Pin Double fold bias tape to bottom edge catching both cozies together.
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