I can’t think of many things that are cozier and more comforting than a hot cup of coffee on a chilly autumn morning. Imagine being wrapped up in your favorite chunky blanket or sweater, warm cuppa cradled in your hands, while you watch the morning sunrise over crisp autumn leaves. Doesn’t that sound amazing?
Now you can capture some of that comforting feeling with this new pattern: the Crochet Cuppa Joe coffee keychain pattern!
Working up in under an hour, and using less than 30yds of yarn, this project is a GREAT scrapbuster that works up well in a variety of colors and yarn weights. Want a keychain sized cuppa? Use the recommended 3.5mm hook and 4/worsted weight yarn. Hoping for a squishy plushy or pincushion? Try it using a 4.5mm hook and 5/bulky weight yarn. And if you’d like something a little larger, why not try a 7mm hook and a 6/super bulky yarn? The possibilities for this pattern are endless!
Difficulty Level: Confident Beginner
- ~30yds cup color yarn
- ~3yds coffee color yarn
- Scrap of black yarn for mouth
- Scrap of pink yarn for cheeks
- Poly-fil or yarn scraps for stuffing
- 3.5mm hook
- 1 pair of 5mm or 6mm Safety Eyes
- Yarn Needle
- Keychain Ring/Lobster Clip
Stitch Glossary – US Terms:
- SC – Single Crochet
- slst – Slip Stitch
- inc – increase
- dec – decrease
- [stitch, stitch]x# – Repeat the specified stitches in that order, for the specified number of repeats
- f/o – Fasten off