Saturday, January 31, 2015

Knit It | Tea Mouse Knitting Pattern

I can't quite explain just how excited I am to be releasing my first knitting pattern. And for this adorable little mouse, no less.
The Tea Mouse is a sweet little softie I designed myself and have spent many Tea Mice perfecting.
My favourite thing about them is their sweet fabric-lined ears that look up at you along with that little pointy nose. My second favourite thing would have to be their little knotted tail, and the easiness and speed of this pattern. You could make one in a weekend.

 I've been meaning to get my Mouse Pattern out there for others to enjoy for quite a while, and was reminded recently when a lady contacted me and asked where she could get the pattern. It was time to get my notes into order.

So I've spent my spare time over the past few weeks pattern writing and pattern testing. I've photographed kits and played with PDF design.

And now finally my Tea Mouse pattern is ready for you.
I do hope you'll like it. There's some information about the pattern and what you'll receive below. Make sure you check out the kits too.

A bit about the pattern:

Tea Mice are suitable for the newest knitter with clear, easy to follow instructions for both the knitting and sewing up of the Mouse. Tea Mice are worked flat on two needles, with i-cord for the tail.

You can purchase the pattern in PDF form or you can also purchase a Tea Mouse Kit. The kits allow you to make a beautiful Tea Mouse from the same Organic Cotton yarn and pretty fabrics pictured.
Kits come with enough materials for you to create two mice, and are just $25 with free shipping Australia wide.
Find out more about the instant download PDF pattern here, and view the kits here.
It's also available on Ravelry.


I hope you enjoy!

Sarah x


  1. Congrats & well done on your launch! These little mice really are soooo sweet.
    Happy weekend,

  2. So cute!
    Congrats! It's really beautifull!

  3. Oh Sarah ... how divine! I think your little 'tea mouse' is gorgeous. How exciting .. Love the detail :)

  4. Beautiful Sarah!! Congrats on creating this stunning piece friend!!! Wishing you a creative and lovely weekend! Nicole xoxo

  5. Ooo too cute I had to have the pattern! Will let you know how it works out :) Also where did you get those needles from? I love the dotty beaded ends! x

    1. Hi Rachel,
      I'd love to know how you go with the pattern!
      Those knitting needles are my favourite, they're so beautiful to work with and when they are new they have such a lovely scent to them. They're made from Tasmanian oak. The brand is Art Viva, I got mine from here:

      Sarah x

  6. Congrats on the release of your first pattern, it's gorgeous! x Dre

  7. how incredibly cute! definitely bookmarking! thanks!!


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