The pattern rights have now reverted to me and I have the pattern for sale in my Ravelry shop here.
The tea cosy is knit in gorgeous Jamiesons of Shetland 2ply jumper weight yarn. The yarn is quite tweedy so the colour variations add interest to the fabric.
The cosy is knit with 2 strands held together, so it is quite quick to knit and nice and thick.
The honeycomb pattern is made with slipped stitches and it is not hard to do.
The inspiration for the tea cosy is the last lines of Rupert Brooke’s famous poem ‘The Old Vicarage, Grantchester’ –
“Stands the church clock at ten to three and is there honey still for tea?”