Free Simple Cup Cozy Crochet Pattern
A Pattern by Savlabot Handmade Crafts
Written in US terms | Copyright 2022
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Materials for Completion
Worsted Weight Yarn ( Yarn Weight – 4 Medium)
Yarn used: Knit Picks Dishie
US H8 Crochet Hook
Darning or Yarn Needle
Size: approximately 3.5 ” Tall x 4” Wide measured flat and unstretched.
ch = chain
hdc = half double crochet
sc-blo = single crochet, back loop only
sc = single crochet
slst = slip stitch
st(s) = stitch(es)
The ch1 at the beginning of each round does not count as a stitch.
Chain 30, join with a slst to form a ring, being sure not to twist stitches.
Round 1: ch1, sc into each ch OR you can sc into the back hump. Join in the round with a slst. (30)
Round 2: ch1, 1sc-blo into each st. Join in the round with a slst. (30)
Round 3: repeat round 2.
Round 4: ch1, hdc into each stitch, join in the round with a slst. (30)
Round 5 & 10: repeat round 4.
Round 11: ch1, sc into each st. Join in the round with a slst. (30)
Round 12: ch1, 1sc-blo into each st. Join in the round with a slst. (30)
Round 12: repeat round 12.
Cut yarn and weave in yarn tails.
Cup Cozy fits most Hot and Cold Beverage Cups
This pattern is pretty easily modified. If you want a taller cup cozy, add a few of the repeat rounds, if you need your cozy to be an inch or so taller, add a couple extra rounds or repeat until your cozy measures ¼ of an inch shorter than your desired length and then do the last 3 rounds of the pattern. The pattern fits really well on both a 16 oz or 20 oz hot cup from Starbucks.
If you would like a wider cozy, to use on a cold cup from Starbucks or a 16 oz wide mouth Mason Jar, or Ice Cream Pint, you can add an additional 4 stitches to your foundation chain. Then work the pattern exactly the same, the only difference is you will have 34 stitches and may need to work a few extra rounds of the repeat row so that it is tall enough to fit on your cup or jar.
Thank you for making it this far
I hope you find this pattern easy to follow! I have had a lot of fun making these cozies and they are so perfect to add a patch onto!
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