Marshmallow Bunny Mug Cosy | PDF Knitting Pattern
Marshmallow Bunny Mug Cosy | PDF Knitting Pattern
Marshmallow Bunny Mug Cosy | PDF Knitting Pattern
Marshmallow Bunny Mug Cosy | PDF Knitting Pattern
Marshmallow Bunny Mug Cosy | PDF Knitting Pattern
Marshmallow Bunny Mug Cosy | PDF Knitting Pattern
Marshmallow Bunny Mug Cosy | PDF Knitting Pattern
Marshmallow Bunny Mug Cosy | PDF Knitting Pattern

Say! Little Hen

Marshmallow Bunny Mug Cosy | PDF Knitting Pattern

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Please note: This pattern comes in digital form. After the purchase is complete you'll be automatically emailed the PDF file/s to download.

Mug cosies are such a practical but pretty way to keep your tea or coffee warm. So many times I have tea while I’m knitting, but I think “I’ll just finish this pattern repeat and then I’ll have another sip…” – before I know it, my tea has gone cold!

I designed this mug cosy to add a sweet touch to your favourite cup of tea. Five little bunnies decorate the cosy - this is an excellent project to practice your colour work on as it's a quick, satisfying knit. They also make wonderful gifts! The wool keeps your tea (or coffee) beautifully warm, and also shows off the colourwork to its best. This cosy fits a standard-sized mug.

Technique & Skill Level

This mug cosy is knitted flat. The pattern is a combination of written and charted instructions - tips are included for working from a colourwork chart if you've never done so before.
Stitches used are knit & purl.

 

Needles


3.75mm pair straight needles

3.75mm pair double-pointed needles, for i-cord

Yarn

You'll need small amounts of DK weight yarn in 4 colours. Wool or Alpaca yarn is best for colourwork as the fibres mesh together, creating a better finish than when knitted in cotton yarns.

Samples use a combination of WOOLganic Merino DK & Adagio Mills Alpaca.

About Say! Little Hen Yarns

Sustainability & Ethos

With sustainability in mind, all of the cotton yarns in our shop are either certified organic with GOTS or certified with Better Cotton Initiative (BCI), and we also stock locally grown and/or produced wool and alpaca yarns. The softness of yarns is paramount to us, and you'll find each yarn we stock is very soft. 

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