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FREE PATTERN: Chunky Cup Cozy

Updated: Feb 22

Introducing the “Chunky Cup Cozy”

This is a super quick make! You can make this in a variety of colors and add a fun button.

Finished Size:

~12”L x 2.75”W


▸ Yarn: #6 / Bulky Weight yarn (or 2 strands of #4 / Worsted Weight yarn held together throughout) ▸ Yardage: ~50 yds (or 120 yds )▸ Hook: 6.0mm▸ Other: 1 Button (size varies depending on size of buttonhole you choose) ▸ Scissors, Darning Needle, Stitch Markers


Stitches & Abbreviations:

US Terminology ▸ * * – Repeat stitch pattern between * ▸ Ch# – Chain the number noted ▸ SS – Slip Stitch ▸ SC – Single Crochet ▸ DC – Double Crochet

Notes & Special Instructions:

▸ If you plan to microwave contents of the cup with the cozy on, you need to make the cozy with 100% cotton so it won’t catch fire. ▸ For a smoother edge this pattern is written without a Ch1 at the beginning of each SC row. Simply make your 1st SC a little looser than normal to make it easier to stitch into on the next row. If you prefer to do a Ch 1 at beginning on those rows, it will NOT count as a stitch. ▸ Total number of stitches per round/row in (#) at end. ▸ This pattern is worked in ROWS. You will TURN your work at the end of EVERY row. ▸ I tend to crochet TIGHT, so you may need to adjust your hook size to accommodate.

Chunky Cup Cozy Pattern

Row 1:

Ch4, 1 SC in 2nd back bump from the hook, 1 SC in each ch stitch across. Turn. (3)

Row 2:

You are creating the buttonhole on this round.

Ch3 (counts as 1st DC & a Ch1), 1 DC in the last st. Turn. (3)

NOTE: To adjust the size of the buttonhole you can substitute a beginning Ch2 and a SC (or HDC) for the DC.

Row 3:

1 SC in 1st st, 1 SC around the Ch from previous row, 1 SC in the last st. Turn. (3)

Rows 4-8:

1 SC in each st across. Turn. (3)

Row 9:

2 SC in 1st st, 1 SC in next st, 2 SC in last st. Turn. (5)

Row 10:

1 SC in each st across. Turn. (5)

Row 11:

2 SC in 1st st, 1 SC in each of next 3 sts, 2 SC in last st. Turn. (7)

Rows 12-38:

1 SC in each st across. Turn. (7)

NOTE: Add or subtract repeats of this row until you reach desired length to fit around your mug. You will need an overlap of approximately 6 rows for your button/buttonhole.

Fasten off. Weave in ends.

Attach your button, centered approximately 6 rows in from the finished edge.

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