Today I want to share this pretty free crochet cozy pattern with you! It is so much fun to make with all the different colour combinations and its pretty and delicate texture. Something a little different to crochet for a friend, co-worker or family member.
Choose your favourite sports team, school or seasonal colours and make this crochet cozy for all kinds of occasions! They only take a small amount of yarn and look great made out of bulky yarn as well!
I have labeled the chart below so you can see exactly how I did my striping. Let me know if this helped you at all – would you like to see more instruction on striping?
Some quick notes…
- This cozy pattern is worked in continues rounds
- (tc, sc) means that one triple and one single crochet are worked in the same stitch
- Instructions between * and * are to be repeated
- No need to join at end of rounds and no need to turn
- Easily adjust the height of the crochet cup cozy by adding more rounds to make taller, less to make shorter
- Too make smaller or bigger around, chain less or more at the beginning
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NOTE THIS PATTERN IS WRITTEN IN STANDARD AMERICAN TERMS
SKILL LEVEL Easy
STITCHES YOU NEED TO KNOW
ch – chain
rnd – round
rpt – repeat
sc – single crochet
sk – skip
st – stitch
sts – stitches
sl st – slip stitch
tc – triple crochet
WHAT YOU NEED TO MAKE IT – MATERIALS
Not needed for this pattern.
3.5” x 10”
CROCHET INSTRUCTIONS FOR COZY PATTERN
Using 6.00 mm hook
Ch 28 join with slip stitch, ch 2
Rnd 1: Sc in 1st chain and each remaining chain. Join with sl st, do not turn,. Ch 1. (28)
Rnd 2: (tc, sc) in 1st sc *sk next sc (tc, sc) in next sc* rpt from *to* to end of rnd. (28)
Rnds 3- 8: (tc, sc) in 1st tc *sk next st (tc, sc) in next tc* rpt from *to* to end of rnd. (28)
Rnd 9: Sc in 1st and each st around. Join with slst, fasten off and weave in ends. (28)
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Which one will you make, solid colour or stripes?
I hope you all had lots of fun making this pattern – I know I did!