Herringbone Coffee Beanie Cozy Crochet Pattern

Herringbone Coffee Beanie Cozy Crochet Pattern
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Herringbone Coffee Beanie Cozy

Herringbone CBC

I love the herringbone stitch and it works so perfect with this Herringbone Coffee Beanie Cozy!  It really has a classic look that is just so pretty.  Also great for a his & hers coffee cup cozy.  Super stocking stuffers and quick gifts to make!

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We love to use 100% cotton yarn for ours but not just any cotton yarn.  We really like Paintbox Yarns Cotton.  They have a huge color selection and the cotton is both durable and soft.  Not to mention–low pill!

Personal Creativity

This is one of those Coffee Beanie Cozies where you can be in total control of the look.  The herringbone stitch is traditionally done by turning each row or round.  When working in the round however, you have the option to just keep going in the same direction.

Turning Each Round
No Turning Each Round

Totally up to you which one you like more.  I like them both but “lean” towards turning each round.  I initially designed this with no turning.  Helen then decided to give it a try and I was like “I LOVE IT!”

Materials Needed

About 60 yards of #4 worsted weight/medium (10 ply) 100% cotton yarn

5mm crochet hook

Stitch Markers


Tapestry Needle

Special Stitches Used

HHDC  YO, insert hook into indicated st, yo, pull up a loop and immediately pull that thru 1 loop, YO, pull thru the last loops on the hook.

Camel       This is also known as “third loop” hdc.  To do this:

YO, insert hook into the THIRD loop of the HDC from the     previous row (this will be a horizontal bar below the two loops you normally work into.  If working in the round, it will be on the INSIDE of your work).  Pull up a loop, YO and pull thru all 3 loops on your hook.

You can find our video tutorial on how to do this here :


Crab st      This is a wonderful border stitch!  To do this: ch1, sc in the stitch to the RIGHT of your hook (you normally work to the left).  Do this all the way around and slip stitch where you can INSIDE the project.  This automatically creates a twisted “crab claw” look.

BLO: Back loop only is commonly used to create ribbing for projects.  To do this:

Ch1, insert hook into the back loop only of indicated stitch and complete the indicated stitch.

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