Crochet Mug Cozy Pattern {Stash-Busting Project!}

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Make an easy crochet mug cosy with this easy pattern for beginners.

The pattern requires basic crochet knowledge, creating a chain and using double crochet for each stitch.

I made this using cotton yarn in two colours and a 4 mm (US G/6) hook. I chose neutral coloured cotton from Rico yarn, in nature (white) and clay (brown).

I then added a square cut wooden button to fasten the cosy around the mug. You can, of course, us any colour combinations and buttons.

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This pattern is great for any advanced beginners.

crochet mug cozy with wooden button

Yield: Crochet Mug Cozy

Crochet Mug Cozy Free Pattern

Crochet mug cozy pattern

Make an easy crochet mug cozy with this easy pattern for beginners.

Active Time 30 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Difficulty Easy/beginner

Materials

  • 1 x Rico Cotton Aran in nature
  • 1 x Rico Cotton Aran in Clay

Tools

  • 4 mm (US G/6) Crochet Hook
  • Scissors
  • Darning needle
  • Button(s)

Instructions

Yarn A – Nature / Yarn B – Clay

  • With yarn A ch 56 (measure against your chosen cup to see if you need more or less)
  • Round 1 > Work 1 dc into each ch
  • Round 2 > Change to yarn B, 1 dc into every dc, ch 2, turn
  • Round 3 > Rep round 2
  • Round 4 > Change to yarn A, 1 dc into every dc
  • Please note > Measure your own cup to see if the length is suitable, you may need to add extra rows if your cup is larger etc.
  • Cut yarn and secure.
  • Stitch a button into the place where you want and sew in any loose ends.

Notes

The pattern is written using US crochet terms and abbreviations.

You can find a free PDF of both US and UK terms and abbreviations here.

Abbreviations >

ch – chain

dc – double crochet

rep – repeat

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