Quick Beginner Crochet Coffee Cozy Free Pattern

I got a call from my Aunt Carole and she said “Hey Tasha, you’re mom would really love one of those cute crochet coffee mug cozy’s for Mother’s Day!” I was like “Well okay!” and at first I thought I’d just find one online and make it, but of course, the designer in me was like – nope – I’ll create one on my own and share it with my Stargazers (of course!) This patterns is super quick, making it perfect for whipping up a quick crochet gift, hence the name Quick Beginner Crochet Coffee Cozy.

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In this post You will Learn…

  • How to crochet a coffee cozy.
  • Crocheting the surface stitch.
  • Crochet up and down stitch.
  • Sewing a button on your crochet project.

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Crochet Coffee Cozy Pattern – Beginner Crochet Crochet Pattern

The Quick Crochet Coffee Cozy is a free crochet pattern made with the crochet beginner in mind. Scheepjes Stone Washed is such a wonderful yarn to use because it has sooooo many awesome colors. I used several combos in the samples…

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Crochet coffee cozy’s are a lot of fun and work up so fast. This pattern has endless color combos and so easy to modify. If you are a crocheter that does festivals or fairs, this will be a perfect addition to your product line! Check out the full video tutorial! >>> Easy Quick Crochet Coffee Cozy Pattern Pattern Video Tutorial.

Coffee Cozy Crochet Pattern

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Let’s get started!

The inspiration for this design comes from coming up with a quick project that is mother approved!

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Quick Coffee Crochet Cozy Pattern

Quick Coffee Crochet Cozy Pattern | Easy Beginner Crochet Pattern

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It’s all About the Yarn…

I used Scheepjes Stone Washed for this pattern in some fun colors. Doubling up the yarns in contrasting colors.

+ Skill Level

Easy 

+ Gauge 

Not important for this one. 

+ Materials

  • 4.5 mm (USA G) or 5.5 (USA I) hook
  • Darning Needle
  • Scissors
  • 1” – 1.5” button
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Suggested Yarn:

Scheepjes Stone Washed or other sport weight yarn (16 WPI). 

Yarn Details:

78% Cotton, 22% Acrylic, 186 yds (170m) 3.5 oz (50 g) per skein. 

Colors:

  • Green Agate (815) Turquoise 
  • Yellow Jasper (809) Gold
  • Moonstone (801) White
  • Rose Quartz (820) Pink
  • Corundum Ruby (808)

+ Sizes/Finished Measurements

12.5“ (31 cm) long x 3.5” (9 cm) tall using 5.5
mm crochet hook and 3-weight yarn.

Yardage Needed:

A little of each color – these don’t take a lot of yarn at all!

+ Abbreviations:

scsingle crochet
dcdouble crochet
st(s)stitches
chchain
fscfoundation single crochet
RSright side
**repeat instructions from *

+ Stitch guide:

Basic Stitches: 

(Underlined stitches are clickable) 

sc – single crochet 

Insert hook in indicated st, yo, draw up a loop, yo draw through both loops on hook. 

dc – double crochet 

Yo, insert hook in indicated st, yo, draw up a loop, *yo, draw through 2 loops, repeat from * two times.

fsc – foundation single crochet

to start – ch 2, insert hook in 1st ch, yo, pull up a loop. ch 1, yo, pull through both loops on hook. (1 fsc created).  To create 2nd stitch – *insert hook in bottom 2 loops of the ch 1, yo, pull up a loop. ch 1, yo, pull through both loops on hook* – repeat from * to * to desired fsc.

+ Pattern Notes:

  • Pattern is worked in rows.
  • Surface stitch is worked after border is complete.
  • Use 2 strands of yarn together.
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+ Pattern:

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Adjust the Height:

To make is shorter or taller, reduce or increase foundation stitches in increments of 2, i.e., fsc 8, 6, 4, etc.

Row 1: Fsc 10.

Row 2: Ch 2, turn, *dc 1 in next st, sc 1 in next st, repeat from * across – 10 sts.

Adjusting the Length:

Crocheting 27 rows = around 12.5” (31 cm) – you can decrease the number of rows to accommodate the circumference of your water bottle, coffee mug, etc.

Rows 3 – 27: Repeat Row 2, tie off.
The following row will be different if you decided to modify the pattern. The pattern works in multiples of 2, and Row 28 is the thinner part of project where you will create the button hole at the top. You can work this using the up and down stitch by alternating a dc and a sc.

Row 28: Attach yarn in third stitch from right (RS facing you), ch 1, sc in same as join (work your tails in as you go), (dc 1 in next st, sc 1 in next st) 2 times, dc 1 in last stitch – 6 sts.

Rows 29-32: Ch 1, turn, *sc 1 in next st, dc 1 in next st, repeat from * across – 6 sts.

Row 33: Turn, slip stitch in next 2 sts, ch 6, skip 2 sts, slip stitch in next two sts – 4 sl st, 1 ch-6

Don’t cut yarn…

+ Border & Assembly

Border: (hdc 1, ch 1, hdc 1) in corner stitch, hdc in each end of row around, crochet (hdc 1, ch 1, hdc 1) in each corner.

Finishing Touches:

Please see video tutorial for instructions on creating the surface stitch.
Attach button using one strand of your contrasting yarn using an X pattern or a square pattern.

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Quick Crochet Coffee Cozy Video Tutorial

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3 thoughts on “Quick Beginner Crochet Coffee Cozy Free Pattern”

  1. Crocheting relaxes me so these are perfect to make & pass out to friends & family. Thank you and I truly appreciate the slow videos to follow❤️ I’ve crafted since I was 12 and now 64 so many new stitches , methods, and yarn choices!

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