This coffee cozy pattern is eco friendly, and super cute too! It will keep your drink from being mistaken for another’s, and your hands won’t get burned from those toasty cups of tea, coffee, or chai! The size in this pattern will fit a standard disposable coffee cup (from 10-20 oz. sizes).
Hook : K
Yarn: Super Bulky (Lion Brand Home Town)
For PERSONAL USE ONLY, Not to be made for sale
SS- Slip Stitch
HDC- Half Double Crochet
Each row is designated by a –
– CH 23, SS into the first CH, CH 2
Working in a round from here on in. There will be 23 HDC in each of the next rows.
-HDC in every CH for the entire row, SS to the top of the CH 2, CH 2
-HDC in every HDC, SS to the top of the CH 2
(do this row for a total of 6 rows)
-Fasten off, and weave in tails.
-CH 5, SS into the first CH.
From now on you will be working around that CH you just SS into. That is the center of the flower. You are working in a circle.
-CH 4, SS back into that same center CH, CH 4 again, SS back into that same center CH, do this until you have 5 loops coming off of the center CH.
-SS into the center of the first loop, CH 2, HDC x 4 into that same loop, SS to the center CH again, and then SS into the next loop, CH 2 again, HDC x 4 into that same loop, SS to the center CH again, and then SS into the next loop, etc. Follow this pattern for each of the 5 loops, this creates the 5 petals of the flower.
Use the tails from the flower to attach it to the desired spot on your cozy. Enjoy!
Laura Hooker is a full-time mother, wife, Registered Nurse, and sewing and crochet-a-holic! She came about this wonderful world of crafting at an early age, and finds much inspiration from her lovely friends in blog land. She really enjoys coming up with and displaying her own patterns and tutorials. She is married and has an eight-year-old little boy and a one year old baby boy. You can find her at her blog, Ravelry page or her store on Etsy where she and her twin share sewing and fiber tutorials to inspire creativity in other Mamas. She also can be found at Windfall Dolls, where she and her sister give away Waldorf inspired dolls to deserving little ones.