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Free Pattern Friday (On Saturday): Super Easy Coffee Cozie

One of these days, I will be super consistent and actually post a free pattern on a Friday two weeks in a row. I do have a good excuse this week. Yesterday was my birthday. I had every intention of posting a pattern, but time got away from me.

If you know me at all or even read this blog a little bit, you know that I cannot live without coffee. Maybe there will come a day eventually, but right now I am ok with my coffee addiction.  Having a coffee addiction means having multiple coffee cups and travel mugs. I get super bored with my plain travel cups and need to have a change every once in a while. Enter, the coffee cozie.


I love, love, love these things. I also have made enough now that I have one to match almost any outfit I own. They are super easy and super quick to make. you could whip one up with an applicque in about an hour. I've got them down to about 30 minutes, but only because I've made them so many times now.

Here we go!

Super Easy Coffee Cozie

Materials needed:
G (4.00 mm) or H (5.00 mm) hook
*Hook size depends on how tight you crochet. If you crochet pretty loose, use a G-hook. If you crochet tight, use an H-hook.*
Any Worsted Weight yarn 
Stitch marker (I use a piece of contrasting colored yarn because I'm too cheap to by stitch markers.)

Abbreviations:
SC - Single crochet
SS - Slip stitch
ST - Stitch
RSC - reverse single crochet
*If you don't know how to RSC, this is the tutotial I used.*

Pattern:

This pattern is done in a spiral. Do not join together at the end of each round unless pattern tells you to do so. Place stitch marker at the beginning of each row to make sure you do not lose your place.

Round 1: In magic loop, SC three. Pull loop closed.  (3 SC)

Round 2: Two SC in first SC and in each ST. (6 SC)

Round 3: *Two SC in next SC, one SC in following SC.* Repeat from * to * around. (9 SC)

Round 4: *Two SC in next SC, one SC in each of the next 2 SC.* Repeat form * to * around. (12 SC)

Round 5: *Two SC in next SC, one SC in each of the next 3 SC.* Repeat from * to * around. (15 SC)

Round 6: *Two SC in next SC, one SC in each of the next 4 SC.* Repeat from * to * around. (18 SC)

Round 7: *Two SC in next SC, one SC in each of the next 5 SC.* Repeat from * to * around. (21 SC)

Round 8: *Two SC in next SC, one SC in each of the next 6 SC.* Repeat from * to * around. (24 SC)

Round 9: *Two SC in next SC, one SC in each of the next 7 SC.* Repeat from * to * around. (27 SC)

Round 10: *Two SC in next SC, one SC in each of the next 8 SC.* Repeat from * to * around. (30 SC)

Round 11: One SC in each SC around. (30 SC)

Round 12-21: Repeat round 11. (30 SC)

Round 22: Repeat round 11. SS in first SC to join. (30 SC)

Round 23: RSC in each SC around. SS in first RSC to join. Fasten off and weave in ends. (30 SC.)

And you're done!

Feel free to sell, donate, or give away items made from this pattern. Please do not sell or reproduce this pattern as your own. If you share this pattern, please link back to this blog.

Another awesome thing about this pattern is that it's completely customizable. You can add any applique you want. Either come up with your own or search for them. There are tons of free patterns out there.


                            

     
              
                   

The minion is my most favorite one I've every made.

Happy Hooking!

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