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40+ Coffee Cup Cozies & Sleeves

Posted By Tipnut On July 13, 2011 @ 11:36 am In Crochet,Knitting,Sewing | 1 Comment

Whether you want to make a reusable sleeve or cozy for take-out cups or ceramic mugs, this list has you covered. I’ve collected over three dozen different patterns and tutorials for sewn, knit and crocheted projects (all free!) and organized them into their own groups below for easy browsing. These are handy for holding hot beverages and make great homemade gifts for coffee lovers. Enjoy!

Sewing

hazelnutgirl.blogspot.ca

hazelnutgirl.blogspot.ca

Two Button [1]: Features a running stitch design, 2 button & loop closures.

Felt [2]: Quick & easy! Two pieces of wool felt are topstitched together, velcro tab closure. Includes template printable.

thesmallobject.com

thesmallobject.com

sew4home.com

sew4home.com

Ruffled Jacket [3]: Use pretty scraps of fabric to make this ruffly jacket, secured in place with a strip of velcro.

Quilted [4]: Features a nice edge finished with fabric binding, button & elastic loop closure.

alysonspetals.blogspot.ca

alysonspetals.blogspot.ca

craftzine.com

craftzine.com

Owl [5]: Made with squares of felt and scraps of fabric for embellishing, this rests over a your favorite hot brew.

Quilted [6]: Made with scraps of fabric and fusible fleece, has an elastic loop and button closure.

sewhappygeek.co.uk

sewhappygeek.co.uk

craftystaci.com

craftystaci.com

Reversible [7]: Made with fabric, ironing board fabric and cotton batting, template download via pdf.

Fabric [8]: This one’s made with just two pieces of fabric (uses a paper liner as a template).

liberatecreativity.com

liberatecreativity.com

everynothingwonderful.com

everynothingwonderful.com

Repurposed Sweater [9]: Made with a strip cut from an old wool sweater and embellished with felt balls or buttons.

Love Note [10]: Features a clear vinyl window pocket that you can slide in notes or a name label.

craftystaci.com

craftystaci.com

sneezerville.wordpress.com

sneezerville.wordpress.com

Jersey [11]: This is made with strips of jersey curled with a handstitched design.

Tie [12]: Upcycle a favorite old tie, simple project.

limeandaquastudio.blogspot.ca

limeandaquastudio.blogspot.ca

terrisnotebook.wordpress.com

terrisnotebook.wordpress.com

Simple [13]: This is made with strips of fabric and fusible interfacing (or batting), velcro tab closure with button embellishment.

Frilly Felt [14]: You’ll find a few ideas here (scalloped edges, flowers & leaves, butterflies).

dawnmcvey.typepad.com

dawnmcvey.typepad.com

theiowafarmerswife.com

theiowafarmerswife.com

Felt Collar [15]: Two pieces of felt are whip stitched together (around the edges) then embellished with a felt bird, heart, star, etc., ribbon loop & button closure.

Custom-Fit [16]: Here’s how to make one with scraps of fabric, a big button and some batting.

lisaclarke.net

lisaclarke.net

homestoriesatoz.com

homestoriesatoz.com

How To Personalize [17]: These are made with felt and personalized with stencils and craft paints.

Easy Felt [18]: A strip of felt is cut then folded and zig-zag stitched along one side (template included).

purlbee.com

purlbee.com

cheepideas.com

cheepideas.com

Ruffled [19]: An easy project using two coordinating scraps of fabric, a clean cup and sleeve for the template.

Knitting

mkcarroll.com

mkcarroll.com

Smocked Design [20]: Can be adjusted to fit different sizes, pdf download.

Kureyon [21]: Quick and easy to make, starts with a crochet chain then worked on DPNs.

mimoknits.typepad.com

mimoknits.typepad.com

canadianliving.com

canadianliving.com

Ribbed Border [22]: Made with worsted weight yarn and 5 mm needles, features a top and bottom ribbed border and assorted embellishments.

Tote (Slingshot) [23]: Will fit 16 oz. or 20 oz. Worked on DPNs.

knitty.com

knitty.com

myfairkatie.blogspot.ca

myfairkatie.blogspot.ca

Cabled [24]: Made in a single piece with worsted weight yarn and 5 DPNs, this ties around the top of the handle.

Clutch [25]: An easy ribbed design that tapers at the bottom to fit most sizes.

knittingdaily.com

knittingdaily.com

twistedfibersdesigns.com

twistedfibersdesigns.com

Waffle Weave [26]: Works up quick on size 7 needles with 2 strands of cotton yarn, I-cord loop & button closure.

Button Up [27]: Cabled design that has a button and loop closure between the handle.

simplynotable.com

simplynotable.com

knitpicks.com

knitpicks.com

Quick [28]: Design inspired by traditional fisherman’s ganseys, diamonds and columns made with a combination of knit and purl stitches.

Pick-A-Pocket [29]: Features a little pocket to tuck in some extra sweetener or an extra teabag for later! Quick and easy to make with less than 50 yards of sport weight yarn.

simplynotable.com

simplynotable.com

homespunliving.blogspot.com

homespunliving.blogspot.com

Diagonal Mock Cable [30]: Worked on straight needles (US 10) with two strands of worsted weight wool.

Fab Hug [31]: Worked in two colors and features a strap with two buttons for closure.

simplyknitting.themakingspot.com

simplyknitting.themakingspot.com

jennihodges.wordpress.com

jennihodges.wordpress.com

Basketweave [32]: Nice ‘n thick, buttons across the top of the handle.

Crocheted

finvara.wordpress.com

finvara.wordpress.com

Warmer [33]: Made with a soft & chunky yarn to fit a standard sized mug, button & loop closure.

Granny Style [34]: Reminds me of a Granny Square, this is ideal for using up leftover scraps of yarn.

jjcrochet.com

jjcrochet.com

allaboutami.tumblr.com

allaboutami.tumblr.com

Custom Fit [35]: Features a loop and button closure at top of handle.

Pretty [36]: This is embellished with a rolled ribbon or ric-rac & button flower.

goingsewcrazy.typepad.com

goingsewcrazy.typepad.com

crochetspot.com

crochetspot.com

Easy [37]: Skill level marked as easy, finished size is about 3″ in diameter and 2 3/4″ tall (can be adjusted as you wish).

Easy Single Crochet [38]: Easy peasy! After the foundation chains are made, the rest of the body is made up of sc.

craftiblog.wordpress.com

craftiblog.wordpress.com

jspirik.blogspot.ca

jspirik.blogspot.ca

Beaded [39]: Made with worsted weight yarn and a 5.00 mm hook, pretty plastic beads are added every few rows for embellishment (they’re washable too!).

Right & Left Hand [40]: Patterns for both left and right handed mugs, pdf download.

ravelry.com

ravelry.com

nelliemaeii.blogspot.ca

nelliemaeii.blogspot.ca

Two Buttons & A Bow [41]: This holds in place with two buttons & loops at the back, cute bow attached to the front.

Half-Mug Style [42]: Covers the bottom (about 3″ in diameter) with space for the handle, button & loop closure.

diyods.blogspot.ca

diyods.blogspot.ca

lovalizious.blogspot.ca

lovalizious.blogspot.ca

Wooden Buttons [43]: Has two buttons & loops for closure and is easy to customize for a perfect fit.

Buttoned [44]: After making the foundation chain, the body is all done in sc. Buttons closed under the handle.

complusivecrafter.wordpress.com

complusivecrafter.wordpress.com


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URLs in this post:

[1] Two Button: http://hazelnutgirl.blogspot.com/2010/04/custom-sized-mug-cosy-tutorial.html

[2] Felt: http://www.thesmallobject.com/stenopad/wordpress/?p=1944

[3] Ruffled Jacket: http://www.sew4home.com/projects/kitchen-linens/scrap-it-ruffled-hot-cup-jacket

[4] Quilted: http://alysonspetals.blogspot.com/2010/04/cozy-coffee-sleeve-tutorial-and.html

[5] Owl: http://blog.makezine.com/craft/how-to_owl_mug_cozy/

[6] Quilted: http://sewhappygeek.co.uk/index.php/2011/05/24/tutorial-tuesday-coffee-cup-cosy-with-free-pdf-template/

[7] Reversible: http://craftystaci.com/2011/01/10/reversible-coffee-cup-sleeves/

[8] Fabric: http://liberatecreativity.com/2011/04/07/fabric-coffee-cozy/

[9] Repurposed Sweater: http://www.everynothingwonderful.com/2011/04/tutorial-quick-easy-sweater-repurpose.html

[10] Love Note: http://craftystaci.com/2011/02/10/love-note-coffee-cup-sleeves/

[11] Jersey: http://sneezerville.wordpress.com/2010/05/28/coffee-mug-cozy-2/

[12] Tie: http://limeandaquastudio.blogspot.com/2008/01/tie-coffee-cozy-tutorial.html

[13] Simple: http://terrisnotebook.wordpress.com/2010/11/15/simple-coffee-cozy-tutorial/

[14] Frilly Felt: http://dawnmcvey.typepad.com/these_are_a_few_of_my_fav/2010/05/custom-coffee-cozies.html

[15] Felt Collar: http://www.theiowafarmerswife.com/2011/02/felt-coffee-collars.html

[16] Custom-Fit: http://www.lisaclarke.net/2010/11/09/custom-fit-mug-cozy/

[17] How To Personalize: http://www.homestoriesatoz.com/christmas/how-to-make-a-coffee-cozy-homemade-christmas-gift-idea.html

[18] Easy Felt: http://www.purlbee.com/felt-coffee-cozies/

[19] Ruffled: http://cheepideas.com/2010/11/ruffled-coffee-cozy/

[20] Smocked Design: http://mkcarroll.com/blog/2007/6/30/mug-and-french-press-jacket.html

[21] Kureyon: http://mimoknits.typepad.com/knitting/2007/11/post.html

[22] Ribbed Border: http://www.canadianliving.com/crafts/knitting/knit_a_coffee_cup_sleeve.php

[23] Tote (Slingshot): http://knitty.com/ISSUEwinter06/PATTslingshot.html

[24] Cabled: http://myfairkatie.blogspot.com/2008/01/cabled-mug-cozy.html

[25] Clutch: http://www.knittingdaily.com/blogs/daily/archive/2010/11/19/get-quot-cozy-quot-with-your-knitting-and-some-coffee.aspx

[26] Waffle Weave: http://www.twistedfibersdesigns.com/2011/04/free-mug-cozy-pattern.html

[27] Button Up: http://www.simplynotable.com/2011/button-up-your-cup-new-and-improved/

[28] Quick: http://www.knitpicks.com/patterns/Cup_Cozy_Pattern__D50701220.html

[29] Pick-A-Pocket: http://www.simplynotable.com/2011/pick-a-pocket-cozies/

[30] Diagonal Mock Cable: http://homespunliving.blogspot.com/2008/09/knitted-mug-cozy-pattern.html

[31] Fab Hug: http://simplyknitting.themakingspot.com/blog/free-knitting-pattern-for-father-s-day

[32] Basketweave: http://jennihodges.wordpress.com/2012/04/07/basketweave_mug_sweater/

[33] Warmer: http://finvara.wordpress.com/2011/01/16/pattern-marions-cozy-cup-warmer/

[34] Granny Style: http://www.jjcrochet.com/blog/free-coffee-cozy-crochet-pattern-fpf/

[35] Custom Fit: http://allaboutami.tumblr.com/post/5392680874/cupcozytutorial

[36] Pretty: http://goingsewcrazy.typepad.com/my_weblog/2008/06/pretty-crochet-coffee-cozy-tutorial.html

[37] Easy: http://www.crochetspot.com/crochet-pattern-absolutely-easy-coffee-cup-sleeve/

[38] Easy Single Crochet: http://craftiblog.wordpress.com/2005/10/02/coffee-cup-cozy-pattern/

[39] Beaded: http://jspirik.blogspot.com/2009/07/beaded-coffee-cup-cozy.html

[40] Right & Left Hand: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/coffee-mug-cozy-3

[41] Two Buttons & A Bow: http://nelliemaeii.blogspot.com/2010/04/guest-blogger-coffee-cup-cozy-diy.html

[42] Half-Mug Style: http://diyods.blogspot.com/2009/01/mug-cozy-tutorial.html

[43] Wooden Buttons: http://lovalizious.blogspot.ca/2012/02/mug-cozy-tutorial.html

[44] Buttoned: http://complusivecrafter.wordpress.com/2011/03/16/little-cup-cozy/

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