This started as a favour for my Stepma. She had an operation last month and I travelled north with the Wee Girl to help out around the house for a few days. Stepma was somewhat nervous regarding Dad's house keeping skills while she was incapacitated so the Wee Girl and I cooked and cleaned. I have to say though that Dad had it all in hand from what I could see.
During some down time we were discussing crochet and I mentioned I would like to try a tea cosy. Stepma enthusiastically mentioned that her teapot was cosy less and she would just love a nice tea cosy. And so it came to be that the teapot came south to spend some time at my place.
Making the cosy wasn't easy. All of the patterns on line are for somewhat taller china teapots. The shape was different on this chrome pot, the spout is higher and above the widest point.
I settled on this pattern from "Why didn't anyone tell me" but it needed some adjusting. My cosy had to increase and decrease quite rapidly. I winged it and have started to create a tutorial. I think I got it right on my third effort (pictured above). The first two work just fine, but the third one just came together and I got regular increases.
Above are all three. What do you think?