We’ve all been there: you order your coffee in the drive through, and either it comes with one of those cardboard sleeves (which aren’t very cute, and they’re so wasteful!), or you’re stuck with freezing cold hands while you try to hold onto that iced latte.
That won’t be a problem once you make yourself a Horse Cup Cozy! They’re great for hot or cold drinks, and they fit a variety of cup sizes – whether you choose a small, or an extra large.
Plus, they aren’t limited to coffee cups! You can use them for almost any takeout drink cup, including most fast food cups, travel tumblers, or break room paper coffee cups. Just as long as your cup doesn’t have a handle, you’re golden.
And not only are these cup cozies reusable, you can customize them with whatever yarn color and fiber combination you prefer! You want to use cotton yarn? Go right ahead! Prefer wool, alpaca, or bamboo? That works too! Just as long as you have a 4/medium/worsted weight yarn and a 4.5mm hook, these cozies will work up perfectly!
Mooooove over, disposable cardboard coffee sleeves! These cow cup cozies are washable, reusable, and ADORABLE!
With my new cup cozy pattern, cow lovers everywhere can make this cute, environmentally friendly replacement for those wasteful paper cup sleeves. They stretch to fit a variety of cup sizes, and when you wash them, they’ll shrink right back down to their original size, ready to be used again.
Customize your colors, accessories, and fiber types to make a cup cozy that suits your unique tastes.
Best of all, these cozies use very little yarn (about 18yds total!) and they take me 30 to 45mins to work up. Perfect for using up scraps, or making a bunch for craft fairs — because, yes, I do give you permission to make these for resale!
My patterns are clearly written, with lots of photos and step-by-step directions. What more could you want in a cozy pattern?
Make sure you stop by my shop to purchase this new pattern today – or buy the completed product to be shipped to you, over at my Etsy Store. You’ll be glad you did!
This pattern is rated for: Beginners
Single Crochet Increase
Materials: Aran/4/Medium weight yarn in the following colors & quanities:
Hello, friends! Today, I have another free pattern I want to share with you today: the UCLA scarf! This one’s a pretty specific pattern, I’ll admit. In fact, it’s probably one of the most specific patterns I’m offering — but that’s okay! I like to think I have something for everyone here! -wink-
UCLA is a California university that’s near and dear to my husband’s family. Grandma’s husband played for the varsity football team way back when, Grandma is an alumnus, and the family has carried on supporting the school even to this day. There is usually at least one UCLA themed Christmas gift given to someone in the family every year.
So what do you give someone for Christmas when they already have loads of UCLA gear? You make them a custom scarf, of course! Grandma is going to be the envy of all the UCLA sports fans in the coming year when she shows up to games and tailgate parties wearing this beauty!
Do you have a UCLA sports fan, or university attendee in your life? In that case, this free pattern is perfect for you! It’s one, easy to follow JPG that you can view on a tablet, mobile device, or computer. Or you can print it out and cross off each row as you complete it.
C2C Block Stitch
This crochet scarf pattern uses the Corner to Corner block stitch, but you could also use 2 double crochet stitches per pattern square, or 4 single crochet stitches work too. It’s easy to make this pattern work for you in whatever way you need!
If you’re the sort of person that does better with written, row-by-row patterns, or if you need a larger chart to print on multiple pages and tape together, you’re in luck! You can buy the pattern in my shop! Click Here: Pattern: UCLA Scarf
The finished scarf measures approximately 12″ tall and 60″ wide, give or take a few inches based on your personal yarn, hook, and tension variables. I added a nice moss stitch border to finish it off, but you could add tassels, a more intricate border, or both, and make this pattern your own!
Show Us Yours!
And if you do end up making this scarf, I’d love to see pictures of your finished piece! Make sure you comment and share your results below!
Hey, friends! Are any of you fans of The Beatles? Chances are, if you’re here, the answer is yes! If that’s the case, check out this crochet pattern I’m offering to you guys — for FREE!
See, my dad is a HUGE Beatles fan. He has so much memorabilia already, it was ridiculously hard to think of what to gift him for Christmas that he didn’t already have. That’s when I decided to make this blanket just for him! Then he was guaranteed to have something unique, that couldn’t be bought on a big box store shelf. I was a nervous wreck the entire time I was making it: What if Dad thought it was a lame Christmas present? Thankfully, though, he absolutely LOVED it, and promptly sent pictures out to all of his friends to brag.
The numbered rows, and high contrast colors used in the chart make it easy to follow, even for beginners! All you need to know how to do is a simple Single Crochet stitch and you’re all set!
Please keep in mind, though, that this pattern is FREE and should not be resold or used for commercial purposes!
The pattern bundle is a great choice if you’re the sort of person who likes to print their patterns out and cross out rows as they’re completed, or to save them in binders for later, etc. I especially like the row-by-row instructions; they make it so easy to keep track of your progress!
I hope you enjoy this pattern. I’d LOVE to see your pictures of your completed projects!
Due to the nature of digital products, once you have downloaded your product, returns on pattern downloads are not accepted.