Although summer is coming and you might say that it is a season of cold and icy drinks, I can say that hot tea and tea only are always topical. If you are used to making tea in pots rather than bags, you may need a cozy tea to make the tea brew better and faster. You can comfortably sew, crochet or even knit a tea, it’s up to you and your skills. I’ve prepared a small round-up of tea cuddles that are sure to make your brew perfect. Let’s look at that!
Here is a vintage tea cozy made of different types of fabric and trim. The piece is rather neutral and cute, because the author has found suitable and cool fabrics with different patterns and also without patterns. You can also change the colors and go for something extra bold. Get inspired and get ready to sew!
I love this cute piece – it’s blue and white, made of very catchy fabric and a lace trim for a chic touch. This cozy tea is not only super practical, it also looks really cute in your kitchen or on your table. It is also a great gift for someone who loves tea. Looks good!
You don’t want to sew or knit a lot? Then choose this tutorial! This piece is made entirely from an old sweater. You just need to cut out a suitable piece for your teapot and sew the edges. The decor of the tea is entirely up to you – it can be pearls, sequins, ribbons, artificial flowers, berries, and much more, it’s entirely up to you!
This super colorful and fun tee is very convenient to use because it has an additional pocket. You can fill it with whatever you like, but it’s mostly for tea bags. Combine two different types of fabric and add trimmings in between. Place a pocket in the middle – you can choose two, one on each side. Get inspired and enjoy sewing!
Make a chic and stylish tea cozy with elegant lace and pearl appliqués for a vintage feel. Ice blue linen fabric was layered and fringed, and the appliqués make it look vintage and very chic. Not only is it a nice accessory for your kitchen, but also a cool gift for someone who loves tea.
If you like bold colors and prints, you will like this idea too! This is a bold blue and white tea that is cozy with a bold green, rippled touch. Choose a matching or contrasting fabric to make this table cozy and to spice up the summer or spring table with such an accessory. Voila!
Crocheted cuddly toys
Do you love funky and moody looks? Crochet this colorful and fun pineapple tea cozy! An idea like this is great for summer – pineapples are really summer fruits that add a fun twist to the decor, and you can get this cozy really quickly if you know how to crochet. I also like the natural look of the pineapple – there are some leaves on top too! Enjoy!
This is a simple crochet tea that is snugly shaped like a sack, looks cute, and pretty modern – no old-fashioned appliqués, no vintage patterns, or lace trimmings. Once you are comfortable with crocheting, you will get comfortable very quickly. Choose a neutral color for a more modern look or a bold color to add a pop of color. Enjoy!
A pool noodle is a cylindrical piece of polyethylene foam, sometimes hollow. Pool noodles are used in swimming by people of all ages. Pool noodles are useful in learning to swim, swim, to rescue, in various forms of water play, and for water exercises. The pool noodle is often used to protect sharp edges and corners. But there are many more uses for common pool noodle!
Initially, pool noodles are used in children's arts and crafts. This craft makes it possible to sprinkle some summer water from a pool noodle, and that's great for kids to have fun outdoors while it's hot. All you need to do is puncture the pool noodle around all sides of the noodle at random. The more holes, the better the spray. Then hang it up and voila!
More summer outdoor activities for your kids! Make this croquet game for your children in your garden: place the pool noodle on the kabob stick and make an arch. Decide where you want the other kabob stick for the other end and push it into the grass.
Another no-brainer with pasta is stacking bamboo. You will need green pool noodles to turn into bamboo: brown and green lines along the length of the noodle; brown wobbly nodules around the noodle and brown streaks on the ends; Brownish and green streaks on the ends peeling away from the nodules.
If you have a young baby, you can do a baby gym to help them grow. The basic idea is the same as with croquet: bend the pasta and lay it on a piece of fabric. Then just hang toys and other things you like.
If you're having a pool party, there is no better drink cooler than your pool! Make a floating drink cooler with containers and pool noodles. Simply attach pool noodles to the container to keep it buoyant and fill it with ice and your drinks.
More crafts for kids! And this time it's a pool noodle headboard. Trace your headboard on a foam board, then attach pool noodles in the color you want. Cut them off if necessary.
Wreaths are the most popular outdoor decorations, and you can make different shapes for wreaths from pool noodle. Basically, it's just about cutting the noodle, then shaping it to your liking and covering it with painter's tape.
The next tutorial is about making a wreath out of a pasta shape, and it's not difficult at all. This is a nautical compass wreath for summer decor, but you can substitute the elements if necessary.
One more wreath is much easier than the previous one: it's just a matter of taking a pool noodle and painting it with the brush, voila! Colors and patterns are up to you.
A pool noodle garland is a great idea for summer decor, parties, and other events. Just cut the pool noodles and put them on threads, then hang where you want.
Do you need a backdrop for a pool party? Use pasta! Wire them up and install them where you need them. Then add more accessories for the photo booth and voila!
These popsicle postcards are perfect for a beach, pool, or summer party, and pool noodles are the main material for this craft.
Another beverage cooler is in the shape of a pineapple: it has a round container and pool noodles that are reminiscent of this fruit and are placed around it. So have fun for a pool party!