Paper Coffee Cup Cozy Pattern

by | Nov 21, 2020 | Crochet Patterns, Patterns | 0 comments

Coffee Cozies aka Coffee Sleeves are the perfect beverage companion! Especially if you’re used to getting a cardboard or paper sleeve with your morning cup of joe. Not only are they environmentally friendly, they can be super cute to boot!

Moreover, not only do they work great for hot beverages, but they work equally well for cold drinks! There are TONS of designs, require no special yarn and work up very quickly! So they are great for stocking stuffers and last minute gifts! 

If you love coffee as much as you love to crochet then this pattern is for you. =) 

Crochet Coffee Cup Sleeve/Cozy Pattern

Required Materials:

  • worsted weight yarn (I used Premier Just Yarn Worsted)
  • Crochet hook of appropriate size (mine used a J / 3.75 mm)
  • Scissors (don’t run with them)
  • Yarn needle (or other means of weaving in ends.)

Stitch Definitions:

  • Ch = Chain
  • SC = Single Crochet
  • HDC3L = Half Double Crochet in 3rd Loop (in HDC stitch below) (instructions)

Instructions:

  1. Ch 25 turn HDC in second back bump and across. Sl st to first HDC. (25)
  2. Ch 1, HDC in 3rd loop across, making 1 extra HDC in last stitch. Sl St to first Ch 1. (26)
  3. Ch 1, HDC in 3rd loop across, making 1 extra HDC in last stitch. Sl St to first Ch 1. (27)
  4. Ch 1, HDC in 3rd loop across, making 1 extra HDC in last stitch. Sl St to first Ch 1. (28)
  5. Ch 1, HDC in 3rd loop across, making 1 extra HDC in last stitch. Sl St to first Ch 1. (29)
  6. Ch 1, HDC in 3rd loop across, making 1 extra HDC in last stitch. Sl St to first Ch 1. (30)
  7. Ch 1, HDC in 3rd loop across, making 1 extra HDC in last stitch. Sl St to first Ch 1. (31)
  8. Ch 1, HDC in 3rd loop across, making 1 extra HDC in last stitch. Sl St to first Ch 1. (32)
  9. Ch 1, SC in 3rd loop across, making 1 extra HDC in last stitch. Sl St to first Ch 1. (33)
  10. Bind off and weave in ends.
Christy
Christy

Christy R. Hall is the owner of Hand Cramp Crafts and fancies herself to be a String Wrangler, and an all-around fiber phreak. In her free time, she spins yarn (both literally spinning fiber into yarn, as well as, writing), crochets for charity, watches silly cat videos, looks at pictures of Corgis, and plays PC and console games. Her current (ongoing) favorites are Skyrim and Elder Scrolls Online.