Looking for a quick and easy Christmas gift ideas this year?
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These little coffee cozy’s are cute as a button, festive and keep cold hands from getting too hot. They work up in less than a half hour and are so easy an absolute beginner could make them.
If you take a scroll on Pinterest there are 100’s of different designs for cup cozies all with different yarn and stitch counts. These are the counts that I used and it worked good for a med/large take out cup. You can easily adjust the size by either increasing or decreasing the number of rows and stitches or changing your hook size.
I love this cute little Cup Cozy Template I found on Frogging Along, it’s perfect for market displays or gift giving.
I used Craftsmart Value Solids (cheapest yarn ever – less than $2 a skein) in Bright Red and Bernat Pupsqueak for the trim and a 5.5mm (I) Hook. I wasn’t sure about the value yarn at first but I loved the colour and the price so I gave it a try. I think the contrast of the slightly scratchy yarn makes the ultra soft and fluffy pipsqueak even softer, if that’s even possible!
I hope you enjoy!
Row 1: hdc in 3rd ch from hook, hdc in ea, ch2, turn. (6)
Row 2-20: hdc in ea st, ch2, turn.
FO, leave a long tail, stitch the ends together with a darning needle, weave in ends.
Using white pipsqueak, hdc in end of ea row on the top and bottom edge of the cozy. Weave in ends.
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