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Crochet Coffee Sleeve

Posted by  ·  May 2, 2019  ·  Last Updated: May 2, 2019

A crochet coffee sleeve makes a beautiful and useful gift for a friend, teacher or mom.  Anyone that is a coffee or tea lover will love this crochet cozy!

Handmade gifts always make the best gifts. You might like to whip up one of these free crochet patterns and give a fabulous homemade gift.

crochet coffee sleeve with roses on white take out cup sitting on desk

Rose Crochet Coffee Sleeve Pattern

Supplies:

  • 1-2 colors of worsted/medium 4 yarn,
  • H-8 hook for sleeve and roses, E-4 for tiny leaves
  • Yarn needle

Stitch abbreviations/terminology:

  • Chain → ch
  • Slip stitch → sl st
  • Single crochet → sc
  • Half double crochet → hdc
  • Double crochet → dc
  • Increase (2 hdc in 1 st) → inc

Important for this project:

For this project, work in rows to avoid shifting of the
look/pattern. (You can work in rounds following the
same steps, just don’t join your rounds.)

**In each row, use alternating the 3rd or front loop
for all hdcs to create the knit look. In even rows (2,
4, 6, 8(for sc)), use 3rd loop which is right below the
back loop. In uneven rows (3, 5, 7), use front loop.

***You can increase the size of the sleeve by
repeating row 7 till you reach the desired height.

For wider sleeves, add more chs before you start
with row 1.

Switch it up: change colors every/every second row
to make a striped sleeve. Add a crochet heart,
flower, character, a big button, or some beads.

Sleeve part

Start with ch30.
Row 1: Hdc in 3rd ch from hook, hdc entire row, ch2,
turn your work (28 sts).
Row 2-5: Begin new row.** Hdc in every st/3rd loop,
ch2, turn your work (28 sts).
Row 6: Begin new row.** Inc, 13 hdcs, inc, 13 hdcs,
ch2, turn your work (30 sts).Row 7***: Begin new
row.** Hdc entire row, ch1, turn your work (30 sts).
Round 8: Begin new row.** Sc entire row, fasten off,
leave tail for sewing (30 sts).

crochet coffee before sewing

Crochet Flower Roses

Big Rose

Start with ch16.
Row 1: Start with second ch from hook and 2sc in
each stitch across.
Fasten off and leave a long tail for sewing.

Mid-sized Rose

Start with ch12.
Row 1: Start with second ch from hook and 2sc in
each stitch across.
Fasten off and leave a long tail for sewing.

Small Rose

Start with ch8.
Row 1: Start with second ch from hook and 2sc in
each stitch across.
Fasten off and leave a long tail for sewing.

Tiny Leaf

Make 2, ch5
Row 1: Start with 1sc in second ch from hook, dc in
next stitch, hdc next stitch, sc in next stitch.
Fasten off and leave a long tail for sewing.

 

crochet flowers and leave before sewing

Shape the rose:

Wind up your work and shape the rose.

small crochet flowers

On the back side sew the rolled up single crochets together by stitching the loops.

needle stitching back of crochet flower

With the tails sew the roses and leaves on the desired place on the sleeve.  Weave in your
ends when finished.

placing flowers on crochet coffee cozy

Sleeve:

Line up both ends so that the pattern continues on the corresponding side. Sew both sides together and weave in the ends.

gray crochet coffee cozy with pink flowers and green leaves

Now you are all done for a hot cup of coffee (or tea) without burning your hands. The rose coffee sleeve crochet pattern is free. If you would like a printable copy you may download one for $1.99.download button

Thanks a Latte Gift!

Attach a ” Thanks a latte” gift tag to make this gift extra special.

thanks a latte gift tag attached to white take out cup

 


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  1. Wednesday, May 8th, 2019
    This is adorable! Always looking for new and creative crochet projects and I will have to make this one! Thanks for sharing!
  2. Saturday, May 4th, 2019
    Really cute idea!