Coffee Cozy Crochet Pattern
My favorite way to drink coffee is drinking it cold and in frappuccino form, no matter the weather (and I am a little addicted to it). I love my coffee cold but my hands don't like the cold during the winter. Living in Texas a cold coffee is good most of the year because it is usually way too hot here, but on those sporadic few cold days that we do get, then a cozy would come in hand and it's fun too. So I wanted to design one that I could use all the time and it would hold up with using cold drinks and stay beautiful and I think I did that!
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Even my daughter Elizabeth loved the cozy and wanted to put it on her vanilla bean frappuccino and keep her hands warm on those cold days. Several years ago I made my older girls Popsicle cozy's and it was to make sure their hands weren't freezing cold eating the Popsicle and yogurts and now I know why they loved it because I got to enjoy my cold drink and my hands weren't freezing.
See, she stole my cozy! But it's okay, it kept her little fingers warm and I guess I will have to make more!
I used Lion Brand's 24/7 Cotton in the colors Jade and Rose to make the cozy and it reminded me how much I love cotton yarn because it really brings out the stitch definition. I typically work with an acrylic blend a lot and also merino wool and those yarns are amazing and squishy but sometimes the stitch definition of a beautiful stitch can get lost. I knew I wanted to make a coffee cozy and that I would need a cotton yarn, so I did a little web surfing to find a cotton yarn I wanted to use and I came across Lion Brand's 24/7 cotton and not only was I amazed by the softness and quality but the color options were endless, I loved all the colors I found but I had to narrow it down to two and over the past year or so colors like Jade has been a favorite of mine, it pops up all over my house. So then I had to pick a complimentary color and you can't go wrong with pink! I hope you enjoy making the coffee cozy and much as I do, it has even inspired my young crocheters who are 8 & 10 to want to make a coffee cozy of their own!
Beanies that I love!!
The Coffee Cozy Crochet Pattern can be found in my pattern store as an ad free and beautifully formatted PDF.
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- Yarn: Medium; Weight 4, Cotton Yarn; Your Color Choice. Sample is made with 24/7 Cotton (Jade and Rose)
- Hook: H (5.00mm)
- Tapestry Needle, Scissors and Measuring Tape
- Optional: Button
- Gauge: 16 Stitches and 16 Rows = 4”x4” (Sc)
- St/Sts: Stitch(es)
- Sl St: Slip Stitch
- Ch: Chain
- Sc: Single Crochet
- Hdc: Half Double Crochet
- Dc: Double Crochet
- Tr: Treble Crochet
- The cozy is worked in rows and then joined at the end to make it round.
- Chain 2 will count as a stitch.
Cozy (10 inches diameter and 3 inches tall):
You Need Your H Hook and Your Color Choice of Yarn.
Row 1: Foundation Single Crochet 36
Row 2: (Right Side) Ch 2 (counts as hdc) and turn, *1 sl st in next st, 1 hdc in next st; repeat from*, end with 1 sl st in last st. - 36
Rows 3-18: Ch 2 (counts as hdc) and turn, *1 sl st in next st, 1 hdc in next st; repeat from*, end with 1 sl st in last st. - 36
Row 19: Ch 1 (counts as sc) and turn, 1 sl st in next st and each st across. – 36
Fasten off and weave in any loose ends. Placing the wrong sides together and seam the cozy together.
You Need Your H Hook and Your Two-Color Choices of Yarn.
Color 1 - Chain 4, join with a sl st into the 1st chain to form a ring.
Round 1: Ch 3 (counts as dc), 11 dc into ring, join in top of ch 3. – 12
Round 2: With Color 2, *(ch 1, 1 hdc, 2 dc, 2 tr, 2 dc, 1 hdc, ch 1) in same st, skip next st, 1 sl st into next st; repeat from*, until you have 6 petals, ending the last sl st into the same st as the beginning petal.
Fasten off and weave in any loose ends, leaving a long tail for the center color. Sew button onto center color and then sew the flower onto the cozy.
Looking for more inspiration?
Have you tried the Oliver Blanket yet, this blanket uses a medium weight yarn and creates a beautiful texture!