Wednesday, July 25, 2012

CROCHET PATTERN - Crooked Coffee Cozy

This style of coffee cozy was one of the first I ever made... I've been using mine since 2009.  I keep it in my purse (now a diaper bag) and use it on all hot & cold drinks!  These cozies whip up FAST, work great on most cans & cups, and make great gifts.

This project is EASY & is great for beginners.

Crooked Coffee Cozy Pattern...


MATERIALS:  H (5.0 mm) hook, small amount of worsted weight cotton, yarn needle, scissors

STITCH GUIDE:  CH - chain, SC - single crochet, SC2TOG - single crochet 2 together, ST(S) - stitch(es)

**NOTES**
1.  Work entire project in back loops only to create ribbed effect.
2.  Count your stitches EVERY time... it's very easy to miss the last stitch of the row!
3.  The piece will look crooked (hence the name) but that means you're doing it right.  ;)



CH 23.
Row 1:  2 SC in 2nd CH from hook, 1 SC across to last 2 STS, SC2TOG, CH 1, turn.  [22 SC]
Row 2:  SC2TOG, SC across to last ST, 2 SC in last ST, CH 1, turn.  [22 SC]
Row 3:  2 SC in first SC, SC across to last 2 STS, SC2TOG, CH 1, turn.  [22 SC]
Rows 4 - 24:  Repeat Rows 2 and 3.  (Piece should measure around 8" long now.)
Join end to end & either slip stitch or whip stitch closed. Flip right-side-out & slip onto your favorite travel mug, coffee shop cup, soda/beer can, or water bottle!  Enjoy!



 © 2012 Danyel Pink.  You may sell what you make, but please credit Danyel Pink Designs for the pattern. You may NOT resell the pattern, distribute it in any form, post it elsewhere online, or alter it to claim it as your own. Please provide a link back to my blog instead.  Contact me with any questions or for pattern support.

24 comments:

  1. Thank you, Danyel! I'll be making one for my diet Coke =)

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  2. its absolutely beautiful! I don't crochet...but this makes me wish I did LOL

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    1. Thanks! I'd be happy to make one for you!

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    2. thank you somuch this is perfect!

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  3. Thank you for the pattern/tutorial! Seeing in-progress pictures is so helpful. I've been scouting out patterns to make a coffee cup cozy, so this is perfect timing. :)

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  4. I love this pattern! A friend just asked me to make her a coffee cup cozy and this will be perfect!

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  5. thank you so much for your pattern! it's perfect!!!

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  6. Great pattern, thanks so much for sharing it! I linked to the page on my blog this morning for a gift ideas roundup: http://www.mooglyblog.com/last-minute-crochet-gifts-30-free-patterns/

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  7. Row 3: 2 SC in first SC, SC across to last 2 STS, SC2TOG, CH 1, turn. [22 SC]

    sorry ...not sure if it means 2 single crochet in first single crochet or something else...new to crocheting...obviously...oh well try try again or if it doesn't work try something else...

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    1. oops...sorry can't delete my comment...looked it up...just need to learn the lingo...

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  8. Love this pattern! Can't wait to try it out this weekend,

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  9. thank you so much.
    It is great. I have just done my own cozy coffee.
    Your tutorial help me so much.

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  10. I just made this to-go cup cozy - it's lovely! Thank you so much for the pattern!

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  11. I used another pattern to make cozies for a benefit and I wish I had come across this one instead! The other one was difficult and required buttons. I plan to make this pattern tomorrow. Thank you for posting it!

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  12. So glad I haven't had a chance to start a cozy for myself. It wasn't procrastination -it was waiting for the perfect pattern. And this is it!!! I'm grabbing my hook right now! Thank you. :-)

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  13. thank you for the pattern, I just made one and my edges are ridged, clearly a technique issue on my part, any ideas how to fix? thank you!

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  14. Do you have a video over this?

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  15. I increased this to 28 stitches and it is still way to small. I am not going to try again but if someone else doe I would use at least 32 stitches.

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