Whatever that means
When rumours first started circulating on the blogosphere and among the twitterati, they laughed. A tea cosy? What does a bunnet maker know about tea cosies? Oh, they’ll laugh on the other side of their faces now. Aye. This radical re-imagining of the tea cosy concept will leave them standing. They’ll all be putting little laces on the top intertwined with varnished heather twigs. The market for tea cosies will never be the same again. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the tCosy. As handmade by Tractor Factory Neil.
As if that wasn’t exciting enough for one Sunday, the day was packed with overnight visitors then a wee scoot into town to hand out leaflets for Pedal on Parliament … eh? What’s that? What’s Pedal on Parliament? Read. Then a scoot back home to tidy up and then head along to the pub for a quick Flying Scotsman with the Moores before heading along to the scout hall to pick a grubby and kippered Ewan from cub camp. Back home. Cup of tea. Down to the garage to sort out longer stays for the rack on Mandy’s bike. Lots of bashing and filing and bending of aluminium rods. Then the exclusive launch of the tCosy in the kitchen. More bending and bashing and then tea. Phew.