Today, I’ve got a super cute and cozy pattern for you, my Hygge Coffee Sleeve! If you’ve been following for a while, then you know I LOVE coffee sleeves! The versatility and customizable quality of them is wonderful and I swear by them. If you haven’t been following, then welcome! You can keep up to date with my free patterns by subscribing (you can find the sign-up on the right of this post) and come on the adventure!
I’ve really been loving working with chunky yarns lately, there’s just something really wonderful about squishy yarn, and Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick and Quick has been such a delight! I keep making tons of scarves to get ready for the impending holiday season–both as gifts and for craft fairs–and can’t help making dozens of them! Here’s a smattering of them here:
Don’t they look like the have the most delightful squish to them? Answer: they definitely have a delightful squish to them!
If you like the look of those scarves, I adjusted the pattern to this cozy goodness from Make and Do Crew, so do take a look! I had leftover yarn from the projects and wanted something extra cozy, so for my latest addition to my ongoing Project Scrap Yarn, I whipped up this project. I wanted to come up with a name to convey the coziness of a wool blend coffee cozy and the feeling of crisp winds and warm drinks but without it being over the top or generic. One day, I kept seeing the word hygge floating around the web and decided to look it up.
Oxford Dictionary defines hygge (HUE-ga) as: A quality of cosiness and comfortable conviviality that engenders a feeling of contentment or well-being (regarded as a defining characteristic of Danish culture).
And that sounds pretty darn appropriate to me.
I feel comfortable and cozy with a nice beverage and hanging out with friends, and felt like this squishy coffee sleeve will give that extra touch of cozy near a warm fireplace in the fall and winter months. I’ve already started using mine and can’t wait for the cooler weather to come (and stay!) here in Southern California. But in the meantime, it’s been wonderful for my iced coffees!
I hope you enjoy!
Chunky yarn (I used Wool Ease Thick and Quick)
Terms Used (US):
ch = chain
DC = double crochet
sl st = slip stitch
With your L hook and chunky yarn, chain 23. Slip stitch to the beginning chain, forming a loop.
Round 1: Chain 3, double crochet into each stitch of the beginning chain, and slip stitch to the 3rd chain of the ch 3
Round 2: Chain 3, DC into each stitch, sl st to the beginning of the round
Round 3: Repeat Round 2, bind off. Weave in the ends
Simple, cozy, and effective!
Until next time,
If you enjoyed this and wanted to take a gander at some of my other coffee cozy patterns:
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