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HAPPY Holidays: Handmade Gift Idea: Crochet Heart Coffee Cozy!

Hello everyone! My name is Cindy and I blog at Skip to my Lou.

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I love making home made gifts! and this crochet heart coffee cozy is a simple project that can be completed in less than an hour and makes a useful gift!

If you are looking for more handmade gifts please come visit my Handmade Gift Guide!

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Crochet Heart Coffee Cozy

Crochet H and E hooks and worsted weight yarn are needed.

Chain 25. Check to make sure this chain fits snuggly around your take-out cup. We all tend to crochet a bit differently. Slipstitch in first chain to make a ring.

Row 1: Single crochet in each chain all the way around, join to first single crochet with slip stitch to complete the row.

Rows 3-4: Chain 3, double crochet all the way around, slip stitch in top of chain three to finish row.

Row 5: Single crochet all the way around in each double crochet, slip stitch in first single crochet to finish row. Fasten off and weave in the ends.

 

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To embellish the front I added a crochet heart applique. You will find the crochet heart pattern here. crochet heart applique

Stitch the heart on with needle and regular all-purpose thread.

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There you go a simple but really cute gift that your friends will appreciate.

crochet coffee cozyIf you love to crochet please come visit my free crochet patterns data base. You will find hundreds of beautiful crochet patterns. You can even upload your own crochet patterns!

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Thanks, Cindy!

I love handmade gifts, and this is a perfect way to put those crochet skills to work. Check out some more of my favorite projects of hers:

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Check out her amazing contribution to the Michael’s Dream Tree Challenge!

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Let Cindy show you how to make this adorable Fabric Advent Calendar!

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And who wouldn’t love this handmade hedgehog pencil holder?

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  3. I made two wraps before I figured out row 2 was missing from the instructions. I kept wondering why the heart was so big. I’m assuming it’s another dc? When you’re done, do you sew it together with thread or is there a crochet technique? I know how to crochet blankets and scarves and how to simply knot it off when done but I’m trying to branch out.

    • Found a Youtube video for the sleeve. Any tips on what I’m doing wrong that I end up with gaps where I’m slip stitching the rows together? Am I simply stitching to far away? Thanks.

    • Nichole says:

      I just made one of these, and noticed that the pattern should read:

      Row 1 (after the row of chains, which I did 30 instead of 25) is the row of single crochet

      Rows 2-5 are double crochets. It looks like there are 4 rows of DC in the picture

      Row 6 is a row of single crochet

      Otherwise, the sleeve is way too short, the heart winds up bigger than the sleeve, and it looks like a coffee bracelet rather than a cozy :-)

      I realize I’m posting a tad late in the game, here, but hope this helps!

  4. Suzanne of Simply Suzannes at Home

    Holy cow! How cute are those!!!
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  5. SO cute. Thanks for the great idea!! I need to get into crocheting!!

  6. I love this Christmas gift idea…now to figure out how to crochet, then I’ll be all set.
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  7. I love this and the Christmas Tree is ADORABLE!
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  8. Love this idea Cindy! I need a few of these for myself! ;)
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  9. Love that Christmas tree. I really love Christmas very much.
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