Crochet Tea Pot Cover Pattern

Crochet Tea Pot Cozy
Crochet Tea Pot Cozy
Crochet Tea Pot Cozy

Crochet Tea Pot Cover / Cozy

Crochet this really cheerful Crochet Teapot Cover / Cozy using the Jacobs Ladder Stitching Concept.

This pattern had me intimidated by looking at the picture over the past year. I decided to suck it up and look at the pattern and realized it’s not as hard as it looks. I made assumptions such as the cover is done as a one-piece unit. It’s not, it’s 2 separate panels sewn together strategically where the handle and spout are so you can leave a hole space.

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Free Pattern for the Tea Pot Cozy

The Jacobs Ladder concept is the thick braid you see. Me, I love that concept as it’s fun to do the braiding at the end.

Video Correction: I made a small boo in the tutorial. I said the leafy thing at the top isn’t part of the cover. I overlooked the instructions that it’s sewn to the top at the end. So ensure you do that. I have made note of that on the tutorial as well.

Video Tutorial


  1. Love the teapot cover and your patterns. I have been trying to get the patterns for a few of your beautiful snowflake afghans but am unable to download them. Each time I click on the link, I’m taken to the page where the written instructions are; however, I cannot find a way to download them to save to my computer. Any help will be appreciated.

  2. Miriam

    I love the way this tea cosy looks! I have been wanting to try this pattern but I was intimidated to try. Thanks for the tutorial!

  3. Lori S.

    Bang on Mikey! I think I might just go buy a teapot so I can make this. It is so cute! Thanks for your hard work and devotion to your craft!!!

  4. Mikey, I’m so happy you’re doing this pattern. I was also intimidated by the pattern. Now I’m adding it to my “to do” list. My very, very, very long list of patterns to try! I think I will bump it up to the top of my list because I have been interested in the pattern for such a long time. Thank you for this and for all the hard work that you do.

  5. Tammee Apsley

    This was fantastic! I never would have figured out Jacob’s ladder without a tutorial. I really appreciate that you have left-handed tutorials too. Thank you so much!

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