Queen Elizabeth Tea Light Cozies Crochet Pattern

 H.M. Queen Elizabeth II Remembrance:
3 Tea Light Cozy Crochet Patterns

These are quick mementos you can make as a remembrance of the the late Queen Elizabeth II. Keep Her Majesty's memory alive by spreading these tea-light cozies as Acts of Crochet Kindness or gift them to your loved ones.

You can also download the  Printable Remembrance Tags & Labels  that you could include with your gifts.

If you have any questions, please drop me a comment below.


IMPORTANT: These tea-light cozies are not for outdoor use. Please use battery-operated candles. If lighting real tea-light candles, do not leave unattended and know that you are doing so at your own risk.


Pattern PDF & Tags

Below you will find a text-only ad-free printable version of the Queen Elizabeth II  Tea-Light Cozy Crochet Pattern which you can buy for a small fee.

The second printable is for H. M. Queen Elizabeth  that you could add as tags to your tea-light cozy if you're giving away as a gift or distributing for Random Acts of Crochet Kindness.


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What You’ll Learn

  • How to crochet tea light crowns - 3 unique patterns.
  • How to add a tag or label to your project.
  • How to package your crochet project for distribution.

Materials Needed


Abbreviations

  • ch = chain
  • sc = single crochet
  • scBLO = single crochet back loop only
  • st = stitch
  • sts = stitches
  • sk = skip
  • sl st = slip stitch
  • p = picot stitch
  • fo = fasten off

Skill Level

Beginner - this pattern uses basic stitches used in different ways. 


Measurements

Diameter = Each cozy measures about 5 -6 cm in diameter
Weight = 2 - 3 grams each


Yardage

Yardage = 3.4 (3.7 yards)


Gauge

16 sc and 12 rows = 4 " (10 cm) with a 2.5 mm crochet hook

You need to make sure your beginning chain fits snuggly around your tea light before continuing to round 2. For me this was 20 chain stitches.


Notes

- You can use any type of cotton yarn as long as you have a corresponding crochet hook size (check yarn label for recommendations)

- You can make the pattern larger or smaller by changing the type of yarn and/or hook size. Be sure to measure your beginning chain to match the circumference of your candle.

- Numbers at the end of each step (in brackets) indicate the number of final stitches in that step. 

- Ch1 at beginning of a row does not count as a stitch.

- Please note that I use US crochet terms. 

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Queen Elizabeth Tea Light Cozy Patterns (PDF)

Stitch How-To Instructions

Instructions for Ch (Chain):Bring the yarn over the crochet hook from back to front and hook it. Draw hooked yarn through the loop of the stitch on your hook and up onto the working area of your hook.

Instructions for sc (Single Crochet):Insert hook into stitch, yarn over, pull the loop back through the stitch (you now have two loops on hook), yarn over again and pull through both loops on hook (note: this is equivalent to the UK Double Crochet (dc) stitch)

Instructions for Sl St (Slip Stitch): Insert hook, yarn over, pull the loop back through your last stitch AND through the loop on your hook (through both stitches).

Instructions for scBLO (Single Crochet Back Loop Only): Insert hook into center of "v" stitch (between the front & back loops of stitch), yarn over, pull the loop through the stitch (you now have two loops on hook), yarn over again and pull through both loops on hook (note: this is equivalent to the UK Double Crochet back loop only (dcBLO) stitch).
Here's a video tutorial by Melody Crochet showing you exactly how to crochet this special stitch.

Instructions for Picot Stitch:

Ch 3, insert hook into back bar of the first chain, yarn over, pull through all loops on hook.


Instructions for Fastening Off:
After the last stitch of the last round, cut the yarn, leaving a 6-inch end. Draw the cut end of your yarn completely through the stitch & pull to tighten knot.

If you need more detailed instructions on how to work the required stitches, check out Annie’s Catalogue for visual instructions.

Queen Elizabeth Candle Cozy Crochet Pattern


H.M. Queen Elizabeth Tea Light Cozy Pattern Instructions

Tea-light Cozy 1

R 1: Tie a slip knot on your hook leaving a 4" tail, ch 20, join to first st with a sl st, ch 1. (20) Note: make sure your chain is not twisted and wrap around your candle to make sure it fits snuggly.

R 2: sc in each st around, join to beginning ch 1 with a sl st, ch 1 (20)

R 3: [ch 4, sk a st, sl st in next st], repeat brackets around 9 more times, leave a 4" tail, cut your yarn & fo.

Weave in your ends with a tapestry needle.

Queen Elizabeth Tea Light Cozy Crochet Pattern 1-3
Queen Elizabeth Tea Light Cozy Crochet Pattern 1-1

Tea-light Cozy 2

R 1: Tie a slip knot on your hook leaving a 4" tail, ch 20, join to first st with a sl st, ch 1. (20)
Note: make sure your chain is not twisted and wrap around your candle to make sure it fits snuggly.

R 2: sc in each st around, join to ch 1 with a sl st, ch 1 (20)

R 3: scBLO in each st around, join to ch 1 with a sl st, ch 1 (20)

R 4: [In BLO work a sc then a dc into the same st, ch 2,  dc and sc into next st, sl st into next 2 sts], repeat brackets around (4 more times), leave a 4" tail, cut your yarn & fo. (40)

Weave in your ends with a tapestry needle.

Queen Elizabeth Tea Light Cozy Crochet Pattern 2
Queen Elizabeth Tea Light Cozy Crochet Pattern 2-gold

Tea-light Cozy 3

R 1: Tie a slip knot on your hook leaving a 4" tail, ch 20, join to first st with a sl st, ch 1. (20)
Note: make sure your chain is not twisted and wrap around your candle to make sure it fits snuggly.

R 2-3: sc in each st around, join to ch 1 with a sl st, ch 1 (20)

R 3-4: sc in next 5 sts, ch 1, turn (5)

R 5: ch 3, dc, ch1, tr, picot, ch 1, dc, ch4, sl st to join to the last st of this row..
Note: You already chained 1 before you turned in the previous row, so total chains for R 5 is 4 ch. The picot is worked on top of the trebble crochet stitch.

Weave in your ends with a tapestry needle.

Voila! You've got your 3 tea-light cozies all set!!

Queen Elizabeth Tea Light Cozy Crochet Pattern 3
Queen Elizabeth Tea Light Cozy Crochet Pattern 3

I hope you enjoyed these tea-light cozy patterns. All you need to do now is make a few of these and give them to your friends as gifts!

Let me know if you have any questions and...

Happy crocheting!


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