Free Pattern: Owl Coffee Cozy. Looking for a quick stocking stuffer idea?
Know people who really love coffee? This knit coffee cozies are quick and cute. I love home made coffee cozies. These cozies are insulating, cute, and reusable. They are also a great way to use up left over yarn, taking only about 50 yards to complete each one. Owl Coffee Cozy Pattern Materials– about 50 yards worsted weight yarn (one skein of my Pteranodon yarn would make a set of four, for instance.) Gauge– 22 stitches wide by 28 stitches tall in 4 inches done in k2, p1 rib pattern Needles– one set US 9/5.5mm double pointed needles Tools– cable needle darning needle six small buttons (optional) sewing needle and thread (optional) Pattern KeyBO — bind offCO — cast onC4B– slip two stitches onto cable needle, hold in back, knit next two stitches, then knit from cable needleC4F– slip two stitches onto cable needle, hold in front, knit next two stitches, then knit from cable needleK–knitP–purl.
Knit a Coffee Cup Cozy with Cables. This cup sleeve uses cable techniques for its pattern, and uses a little short row shaping to suit the conical shape of paper coffee cups.
Materials Approx 20g aran weight yarnSize 4mm needles1 x cable needle. Size Approximate - the tension swatch is not vital for this project) 24cm/ 9 ½ inches at the top12cm/ 4 ¾ inches deep Abbreviations C4F Cable 4 Front. Cast on 28 stitches. Free Cozies Knitting Pattern Link Directory. Knit a coffee cup sleeve. Knit Coffee Sleeve - KNITTING. It's not really an original pattern, it's a horseshoe cable I got from the lion brand site - although I'm not a big fan of LB, they have a great website for patterns and now have a stitch pattern and cable directory.
You could really use any cable pattern you like. I basically just added four knit stitches to the beginning and end of each row. Here's the patternworsted weight yarn & size US 6 needles(I think I used Debbie Bliss Cashmerino Aran- it was left over from my Fetching Mitts) CO 20 sts. Owl Coffee Cup Cozie. Materials: - aran, dk or worsted yarn (18-20sts =4"), 13 grams - dpn's (right size for yarn & tension) set of 4 - 10 sew-on eyes, 8mm-10mm - cable needle, darning needle (to sew on eyes) and crochet hook (to weave in ends) - optional: scrap yarn in a contrasting colour to sew on a beak Finished size: mine ended up being 4" tall, and fits a large cup of take out coffee (approx 8-9" in diameter) Terms used in this pattern: C4F: put 2 sts on a cable needle, hold in front, k2, then k2 from cable needleC4B: put 2 sts on a cable needle, hold in back, k2, then k2 from cable needleC2F: put 1 st on a cable needle, hold in front, k1, then k1 from cable needle C2B: put 1 st on a cable needle, hold in back, k1, then k1 from cable needle K_tbl: Knit the stitch thru the back loop; in this case, knit two stitches each thru the back loopCast on 48 sts.
Lewis Knits. Woven Cable Coffee Cup Sleeve Pattern. Hey knitters!
After a long and arduous week, the weekend is finally here. I’ve waited for this weekend for so long–yes, I am taking a week long vacation! Yay! To add to this, the next couple of days are supposed to be pleasant and beautiful With cool weather just around the corner this means that pumpkins, hot chocolate, and chili season is to come. So I’ve knitted something neat to accompany your coffee cups: knitted coffee cup sleeves! It’s time to be environmentally friendly by knitting yourself a reusable coffee cup sleeve. Materials 1 skein of medium weight yarn Size 5 (3.75mm) needles Yarn needle Pattern*Note: There are two ways you can cast on with this pattern. Cast on 28 sts. Woven Cable StitchROW 1: knit.ROW 2 and every alternate row: K2, purl to last 2 sts, K2.ROW 3: knit.ROW 5: K2, *C8B; rep from * to last 2 sts, K2.ROW 7: knit.ROW 9: knit.ROW 11: K6, *C8F; rep from * to last 6 sts, K6.ROW 12: repeat ROW 2.
Continue until sleeve reaches approximately 9 inches (23cm). Enjoy! A Tight-Knit Gathering Blog: Celtic Plait Coffee Cup Sleeve Pattern. Creating Laura: XOXO Coffee Cup Sleeve. A special hello to all you knitters out there!
Today I'm excited to share with you a fun and easy pattern that I made up. It's a knitted coffee cup sleeve with my favorite sign-off message on it: xoxoxo. You can use any worsted weight yarn for this project, just make sure to go down a needle size from the one recommended so the stitches will be nice and tight. I used Lion Brand Wool-Ease worsted weight yarn and size US 7 needles. This is a quick knit that uses less than one skein of yarn. The goal is for the sleeve to say xoxoxo with a 3-stitch ribbing on either side.