Mahogany Cup Cozy~Free Crochet Pattern

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Introducing the Mahogany Cup Cozy Crochet Pattern: a quick and easy way to add a touch of charm to your favorite cups. Designed with simplicity in mind, it’s ideal for crocheters of any skill level.

A cup with a straw in a crochet sleeve and a plant.

When I’m in need of a speedy gift for a friend who’s tough to shop for, my go-to gift is a coffee cup dressed in a handmade crochet sleeve with a box of coffee beans. It’s a simple and enjoyable project that makes for a thoughtful present. Using just leftover yarn, I can whip up a stylish cup cozy in no time.

I chose variegated yarn to let the colors blend naturally, resulting in a unique and visually appealing result. However, if you prefer, you can always select your favorite colors or opt for a solid color instead.

I also chose a bulky yarn that I had on hand for this cup cozy. Not only does it offer a delightful texture and feel, but it also ensures the project comes together quickly. Nonetheless, feel free to use your preferred weight of yarn; simply remember to adjust your foundation stitch accordingly for the optimal fit.

The gorgeous variegated yarn I selected was enough to create a fantastic visual effect and give the cozy a trendy look. That’s why I decided to ago for a simple yet elegant stitch: the half double crochet (HDC) stitch.

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As a coffee lover myself, I chose a large cup for this project. However, don’t worry if you prefer a different size cup or yarn weight—I’ll walk you through how to adjust the pattern to fit any size cup or yarn weight you prefer.

But before you proceed, I invite you to check out my Peppermint Cup Cozy pattern—a delightful cup cozy that’s perfect for Christmas gifting.

A large cup in a colorful crochet cozy

Pattern Notes

  • This pattern is written in US terms.
  • The skill level is easy
  • The pattern is designed for a 19 oz cup, but for different cup sizes or yarn weights, simply adjust your foundation chain to fit snugly around the bottom of the cup. Then, crochet to the desired height. Easy peasy!
  • For a perfect fit, especially if your cup is narrower at the bottom and wider at the top, here’s a tip: crochet the first 4 rounds with a slightly smaller size hook. After that, continue the rest of the pattern with your main crochet hook. This adjustment ensures that your cup cozy will snugly hug the shape of your cup from top to bottom.

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Recommended Yarn

** Premier yarns Colorfusion Chunky*, #5 bulky yarn, 100% Acrylic.

Colors Shown

Yardage

About 35 yards

Yarn substitution

Crochet hooks

  • J/6mm
  • K/6.5mm

Gauge

4″ square/ 6.5mm hook=11SC and 12 rows

Materials

Abbreviations

  • CH: Chain
  • ST: Stitch
  • SL ST: Slip stitch
  • SC: Single crochet
  • HDC: Half double crochet

Special stitches

Half double crochet stitch:

Like other stitches, the half double stitch has two loops at the top. But if you take a closer look, there’s a hidden loop behind these two, named the “third loop.” To work into it, simply turn your work slightly and insert your hook under this loop. For a visual demonstration, watch the video linked here.

A cup with a straw in a crochet sleeve with a plant.
A cup with a straw in a crochet cozy  with a leather tag

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Crochet the sleeve

With a 6mm hook, chain 24 to make a foundation chain, Sl ST into the 1st chain to make a circle, SC in the same CH.

Note: For other cup sizes, create a foundation chain that fits perfectly around the bottom of your cup. Add or subtract chains as needed.

Rnd 1

HDC in each ST around, skip the SL ST, HDC in the starting SC, crochet continuously next round. (24)

Rnd 2

HDC in the 3rd loop in every stitch around, crochet continuously next round. (24)

Rnd 3

HDC in the 3rd loop in every stitch around, change to 6.5mm hook, crochet continuously next round.(24)

Note: For a perfect fit, If you cup is narrow at the bottom and wider at the top, change to a slightly larger hook size at the end of round 3.

Rnd 4-13

Repeat round 2. At the end of round 13, fasten off, cut your yarn and weave in all ends.

Note: For other cup size, crochet to the desired height adding or subtracting rows as needed.

You are all done!! All you need to do is weave in all ends and attach a tag. 🙂


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I hope you enjoyed working on this pattern as much as I did! I’d love to see your Mahogany cup cozy creations, so please don’t hesitate to share your photos with me on Instagram. Be sure to tag @thecrochetvillage so I can see your beautiful work. If you prefer Facebook, you can also share your photos with our community on The Crochet Village page.

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Hi, I'm Assia

The passionate crochet designer behind The Crochet Village. I'm all about infusing my patterns with a mix of my modern outlook and contemporary flair, while staying true to the solid crochet techniques that have been passed down through generations in my family. Making crochet cool, trendy, and, most importantly, fun! ❤️

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