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Christmas Tree Cup Cozies!

Are you looking for a quick, easy, festive gift to whip up for Christmas this year? This pattern is just for you! Working up in an hour or less, this adorable accessory is great for last minute gifting, white elephant parties, secret Santa exchanges, stocking stuffers, and more!

It takes very little yarn, can be customized to fit ANY cup size, and it’s even beginner friendly! So grab your hook and let’s get started!

Materials

  • 4.5mm hook
  • 25 – 30yds of yarn (Base color)
  • 2yds of yarn (Tree color)
  • Optional: 1 Festive Button
  • Optional: Sewing Needle
  • Optional: Sewing Thread

Notes:

  • We will be working in joined rounds, which means you will slip stitch and chain one at the end of each round.
  • These are US terms

Directions

  1. Chain 35
  2. Create a loop by slip stitching into the last chain from your hook, then chain 1
  3. 1 single crochet stitch in each chain around, slip stitch to the start of the round, and chain 1
  4. Repeat the last step until you have 10 total rows.

    Pause here, test the fit on your cup of choice. If it’s too small, you can go up a hook size and start again, OR start with a bigger starting chain in step 1. If you’re happy with the fit, continue to step 5.
  5. Slip stitch snugly in each stitch of the last row. This will be the bottom of the cozy. Test the fit on your cup again. If you’re happy with the fit, cut yarn and weave in the tail.
  6. Attach to the top of the cozy with a slip stitch. Then, one loose slip stitch in each stitch of the row. Test your fit. If you’re happy with the fit, cut yarn and weave in the tail.
  7. Using approx 2yds of your tree colored yarn, thread a yarn needle so that the yarn ends meet.
  8. Stitch a zig-zag pattern up the cup cozy, getting smaller as you go. Weave in the remaining yarn tail and trim any excess.
  9. Optional: Add a star, jingle bell, snowflake, etc. to top your tree. Even a heart or flower shape could work.
  10. You’re done!

How Simple Was That?

Now you have another quick, easy gift in your arsenal. And better still – it’s a great scrap buster, too! If you’ve seen any of my other freebie posts, you’ll know I’m all about using up those pesky scraps!

And if you haven’t seen any of my other freebie posts, you are definitely missing out. I’ve got everything from decor, to accessories, to toy for kids. So don’t delay! Go check out all of my other freebie posts today!

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