Celebrate Halloween with a fun crocheted coffee cup cozy! I like to think of this as a little treat for the adults. Now my pumpkin spice latte will have its own pumpkin cozy 🙂 Of course, you can use the basic cozy pattern to make a plain cozy or you can embellish/personalize however you’d like!
For this pattern, I chained one in between each SC to create a little twist on the basic single crochet pattern and it works up a little faster as well.
– Worsted weight yarn
– Size H Crochet Hook
– Tapestry needle
– Felt for embellishments
– 1 inch buttons
SC = Single Crochet
Cup Cozy Pattern
Feel free to make as long or short as you would like so they fit your coffee cup. These ones are about 9 inches long and fit a Starbucks grande cup.
Chain 15, SC in 3rd chain from hook. Now [Chain 1, skip next Chain, SC in next Chain] all the way across. Chain 1, turn.
Row 2-36: [SC in first chain-1 space, chain 1, SC in next chain-1 space, chain 1] continue this pattern. When you get to the end you will want to make sure you are ending with a SC in the last SC from the previous row. Then chain 1 and turn. See picture below.
Row 37: SC in first chain-1 space, chain 5, SC in next chain-1 space, chain 1, SC in next chain-1 space, chain 1, SC in next chain-1 space, chain 1, SC in next chain-1 space, chain 5, SC in next chain-1 space, join and fasten off, weave in ends.
Sew buttons on to the end where you started from.
Cut out faces and fun halloween creatures from felt. Use my good old friend Google Images to find templates of jack-o-lantern faces, spiders, and frankenstein faces. Once I cut out my felt, I used a hot glue gun to the attach them to my cozies. You could also sew the felt on (if you have more patience than me). I used Lion Brand Fun Fur in Black for the frankenstein hair. After I finished my cozy pattern, I single crocheted across the top with the fun fur.
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Those are adorable, and must start to find some yarn so I can make some too. The grandkids will love them.
Kate C says
These are sooooo super adorable! How cute would the frankenstein be done in hot pink!? I guess then we would have to call him francescastein!
The frankenstein could be adapted with one big eye (Mike Wadowski from Monsters Inc.). Thanks for the pattern and the ideas and the ideas it inspires.
Very cute!! The hairs add a perfect touch !!:)
I was drawn by the hosteny of what you write
Paula Touhey says
Thank you for posting such a cute pattern. I think these will make some cute Halloween gifts. Now I'm on the lookout for some inexpensive white reuseable coffee tumblers.
Donna S says
Thank you so much for sharing, these are absolutely adorable,,,I'm excited to get started!!! Thank you again!!! 🙂
Bailey Nielson says
Thanks for the pattern Sarah! Check out the cozy I made here http://brennonbaileynielson.blogspot.com/ also you inspired me to start a new blog so I can share all my crochet items. Of course I do link back to your pages! Thank you!!!
Hi! I love these! What is the name of the color for the green? Is it Red Heart brand color Tea Leaf?
Ryeowon Kim says
Hi. I am Korean. Your fans.
The pattern is too hard. I don’t understand. Can you design by email? please
Theresa R. says
The heat out there lately has made me yearn for cooler weather and put my thoughts to Halloween. I did an early Halloween round up and included a link to your pattern. Thank you so much for sharing your craft! I look forward to making some of these this year. Here is the link to my post: http://confidentlyclueless.com/2016/07/25/whos-ready-for-halloween-13-free-crochet-patterns/
It’s nice that you describe it. It’s good to read about it.
Diana Bethel says
Do you have a video where you make this? Because there’s a part that confuses me a little bit. And I’m not sure how exactly to do it. I’m kind of new to crochet still.
[SC in first chain-1 space, chain 1, SC in next chain-1 space, chain 1]
I don’t understand the “chain-1 space”