Free crochet coffee cozy pattern




Hello crocheters and welcome to the free crochet coffee cozy pattern!

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As you may know I live in Denmark. And it’s cold. Like really fudging cold. This week has been 0 deg Celsius and so thick fog you could slice it. Our weather services have promised snow from tomorrow. I love snow!

But I love hot coffee even more!!

And I love drinking coffee while crocheting.
But here’s the problem:   You forget it’s there and it goes cold…. Ugh!

But there is a win-win situation. Crochet a coffee cozy!!
Well it’s technically not as effective as a thermo, but it’s SO much more adorable.

So I thought I would share my favorite coffee cozy with you.

Free crochet coffee cozy
(I know, i know, I have some serious photography problems, I promise it’s better live!)

 

The size is: 26 cm x 10 cm (10.24 in x 3.94 in)
On my mug it’s a quite snug fit, because my mug has smaller width in the bottom, so it kind of has to!




It’s made from 100 % wool so therefore it keeps the coffee warmer for just a bit longer!
It also has buttons so it’s super easy to put on and take off.

The cozy is crocheted in rows and only require a few crochet skills:

Single crochet (US term, double crochet in UK)
Popcorn stitch / bobble stitch

If you are unsure about the popcorn stitch I’ve talk a little bit about it here: Square pillow with popcorn stitch
I call it bobble stitch in this pattern, but it’s exactly  the same as popcorn stitch. I just can’t decide which I like best: Popcorn or bobble, I mean that’s a tough call.
But pretty much it’s just googling it, that’s how I learned.

Here is how it look not on a coffee mug, because that’s important too.. I guess..

(A bit nicer photo, but not much.)

Well a bit of info before the pattern:

Materials:

Crochet hook size: 3.0 mm (UK – 11)

2 buttons

Details on yarn used:

1 skein:

100 % wool

50 gr. = 165 m

[1.76 oz. = 180.5 yards]

+ A leftover in another color for edge (optional)

This yarn is perfect for the job: Loveknittings super fine merino


(Sorry about the blurry quality, I hope it’s readable)

Notes:

All rows are worked back and forth.

Bobble-stitches are work from back, see instructions on front page.




Now the important part: The pattern!!

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Row 1:     Ch. 53 + 1 for turning
Row 2::    1 sc. in each + ch. 1, turn
Row 3:     9 sc., 1 bs, 16 sc., 1 bs, 16 sc., 1 bs, 9 sc. + ch 1, turn
Row 4:     1 sc. in each + ch. 1, turn
Row 5:     8 sc., 2 bs, 14 sc., 2 bs, 14 sc., 2 bs., 8 sc. + ch 1, turn
Row 6:     1 sc. in each + ch. 1, turn
Row 7:     7 sc., 3 bs., 12 sc., 3 bs., 12 sc., 3 bs., 7 sc. + ch 1, turn
Row 8:     1 sc. in each + ch. 1, turn
Row 9:     6 sc., 4 bs., 10 sc., 4 bs., 10 sc., 4 bs., 6 sc. + ch 1, turn
Row 10:   1 sc. in each + ch. 1, turn
Row 11:   5 sc., 5 bs., 8 sc., 5 bs., 8 sc., 5 bs., 5 sc. + ch 1, turn
Row 12:   1 sc. in each + ch. 1, turn
Row 13:   4 sc., 6 bs., 6 sc., 6 bs., 6 sc., 6 bs., 4 sc. + ch 1, turn
Row 14:   1 sc. in each + ch. 1, turn
Row 15:   3 sc., 7 bs., 4 sc., 7 bs., 4 sc., 7 bs., 3 sc. + ch 1, turn
Row 16:   1 sc. in each + ch. 1, turn
Row 17:   2 sc., 8 bs., 2 sc., 8 bs., 2 sc., 8 bs., 2 sc. + ch 1, turn
Row 18:   1 sc. in each + ch. 1, turn
Row 19:   3 sc., 7 bs., 4 sc., 7 bs., 4 sc., 7 bs., 3 sc. + ch 1, turn
Row 20:   1 sc. in each + ch. 1, turn
Row 21:   4 sc., 6 bs., 6 sc., 6 bs., 6 sc., 6 bs., 4 sc. + ch 1, turn
Row 22:   1 sc. in each + ch. 1, turn
Row 23:   5 sc., 5 bs., 8 sc., 5 bs., 8 sc., 5 bs., 5 sc. + ch 1, turn
Row 24:   1 sc. in each + ch. 1, turn
Row 25:   6 sc., 4 bs., 10 sc., 4 bs., 10 sc., 4 bs., 6 sc. + ch 1, turn
Row 26:   1 sc. in each + ch. 1, turn
Row 27:   7 sc., 3 bs., 12 sc., 3 bs., 12 sc., 3 bs., 7 sc. + ch 1, turn
Row 28:   1 sc. in each + ch. 1, turn
Row 29:   8 sc., 2 bs, 14 sc., 2 bs, 14 sc., 2 bs., 8 sc. + ch 1, turn
Row 30:   1 sc. in each + ch. 1, turn
Row 31:   9 sc., 1 bs, 16 sc., 1 bs, 16 sc., 1 bs, 9 sc. + ch 1, turn
Row 32:   1 sc. in each + ch. 1, turn
Fasten off

Edging and button holes:

Slip stitch in each all the way around the edge, 3 in each corner stitch.

Buttonholes

Slip stitch in each until the “end” of the hole. (where you want your buttonhole to end)

Chain 3

Count 3 stitches back and slip stitch into work.

Chain 1, and single crochet 4 sc in the loop you’ve made

Slip stitch again to the end of the next buttonhole and repeat.

Fasten off and attach the 2 buttons on.

Tadaa!!! Thats it, the free crochet coffee cozy!




Now put it on a coffee mug, pour your favorite coffee (or tea if you live in one of those countries)!

Hope you liked the pattern and I would much appreciate it if you would pin it on pinterest!

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/Love Sara

You may not sell my patterns or claim them as your own. You may make items to sell (i.e. on Etsy, at craft fairs) from my patterns but I ask that you link back to my blog and provide credit for the pattern. You are welcome to share my patterns on social media so long as you link back directly to my blog post (providing the link). No copy & paste of my patterns will be allowed under any circumstances




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