Lamppost Cozy is Done

As some of you might remember, I have been knitting a cozy for a lamppost as part of Saint Paul Cozy. I didn’t bring it with me over the holidays because it was so big and heavy, plus the yarn to knit it with, so I just finished it last week. Here it is in all its glory.

It is 60″ long and about 20″ wide. It went quite fast knit with doubled yarn and size 8US needles. Here are a few close ups of the patterns.


The cozy’s will go up along 4th Street in Saint Paul sometime between January 21 – 23. They will stay up through the first week of March right through Winter Carnival. If you want to check mine out, it will be 4th St. between Sibley & Jackson on the south side. I can’t wait to see the whole street done up in colorful cozies!

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14 Replies to “Lamppost Cozy is Done”

    1. It was not pretty 😉 I ended up hand basting it, then cutting, then sewing on the sewing machine. I sewed down the length at least twice on each size & the walking foot helped a lot. It was too thick to sew the hem down by machine though, so I had to hand sew that as well. It went quicker than I expected, but I was glad to have it done. Next time I know better.

  1. Being a Minnesotan, I love the state’s silhouette, and the loons. The stars remind me of our state motto: L’Etoile du Nord. Being of Scandinavian heritage, I especially love the Dala horses! Sheer perfection! : )

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