Creativity awaits: crochet coffee-cozy patterns

Knit & Crochet Day at Stitch This!
Coffee cozies from Crochet PinkAs the days turn crisp, is there anything as pleasant as wrapping your hands around a warm cup of coffee, tea, or cider? If you dread wasting cardboard sleeves at your favorite espresso stand and want your drink to make a fall fashion statement, a handmade coffee cozy is the perfect quick project.

In Crochet Pink, Janet Rehfeldt offers clear instructions and plenty of close-up photos that will inspire you make a crochet coffee cozy that’s custom fitted to your mug (right).

Love granny squares? Complete with a matching coaster, the cute and contemporary cozy in Boho Crochet will add color to your morning.
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Coffee-cup cozy from Boho Crochet
“Granny-square cozy and coaster” from Boho Crochet

There’s even a granny-square cozy for your French press!
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French-press cozy from Boho Crochet
“French press cozy” from
Boho Crochet

Another option is to pick a stylish stitch and design your own cozy. The Big Book of Crochet Stitches is chock-full of stitch patterns to liven up your cup.
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From the Big Book of Crochet Stitches


What’s your go-to knitting or crocheting drink: coffee, tea…surely not wine (gasp)? Tell us in the comments!

 


9 Comments (leave a comment)

  • OH<YES all of the above. Depends on the time of day and temperature outside.
    Coffee though is my favorite, the flavored kind like mocha latte. Yum.

    —Patricia D. Roberts on September 16, 2015
  • AM coffee, hot of course! A spot of hot tea in the late afternoon. And sweet tea the rest of the time. Here in the South…well, in GA, home of Miss America, Miss Betty Cantrell, we call it Southern Champagne.

    —Amy Cofer on September 16, 2015
  • I tend to mix it up. Depending on the season and weather conditions. Usually, I’ll start with a hot cup of coffee and progress to iced tea, but during the cooler fall/winter months, a cup of hot tea or cocoa fits the bill just fine. I acquired a bone china tea cup recently and it’s my "go to" vessel for anything hot. The coaster sets and cup wraps would be a fun project to make for last minute gifts and holidays.

    —debra lee on September 16, 2015
  • Only drink water when working on projects…I save the wine for celebrating when finished with the current project, be it quilting or crochet afghans for the grandchildren.

    —Sheila on September 16, 2015
  • A hot cup of coffee to start the day and relaxing tea in the evening when I am doing my crochet. A bit of wine for a nightcap finishes off a great day.

    —Jeane on September 16, 2015
  • I w!ould make a "Sweet Treats" for a baby girl who is to arrive on Groundhog’s Day

    OOPS

    —Diana Salmon on September 17, 2015
  • Water is my go to drink most of the time. If I am being bad, I will have a soda. When it is cold I like hot chocolate.

    —Jamie on September 18, 2015
  • Cozies go with anytime you sit with your favorite sip. I’ve used them for hot ones, cocoa with whipped cream a real tummy and heart warmer, with coffee or tea for a soul stirring mind settling bit of quiet

    —ckachel on September 18, 2015
  • Tea. This makes me want to start a new project. Maybe I can turn some ready made left over blocks into warmers.

    —Linda Christianson on September 18, 2015

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