Mug Cozy Crochet Pattern
Mug Cozy Crochet Pattern. Our Pattern of the week featuring the Alternate Stitch
We’ve got a great mug cozy crochet pattern for you this week that uses the Stitch of the Week: Alternate Stitch.
As you can see in the picture, it’s a nice and easy pattern you can use to whip up fast in any yarn you’d like (I still recommend cotton for anything kitchen/bath related), add your fancy button, and sell a ton of them at craft fairs!
I think they would make great stocking stuffers for Christmas or a little addition to your holiday decor for Halloween, Christmas, any holiday!
The possibilities are endless!
Here’s the video on how to do the Alternate Stitch:
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What you will need to do this pattern:
- #3 weight cotton is perfect, but you can use any size cotton you have in your stash and make less rows!
- Size 4mm hook
- Stitch markers optional
The finished piece measures approx. 3’’ x 9’’
Chain 2 at the beginning does not count as sc.
FSC – Foundation single crochet
Sc – single crochet
Sk – skip
SS – slip stitch
*to*–Repeat the instructions written between the two *
FO – fasten off
To start, you can either:
Row 1: Ch15, 2sc in third chain from hook, *sk 1 ch, 2 sc in next ch* across
Row 2: turn, ch2, sk 1st sc, 2sc in next st, *sk next st, 2 sc in next st* across
Rows 3-33: repeat row 2.
Note you can increase or decrease the length by working more or fewer rows.
Row 34: turn, ch1, sc in next 7 st’s, chain 10, sc in same st as the first chain (this creates the loop for the button), sc in each st across
Do not fasten off.
You can leave it as it is, but I didn’t like the uneven edges that the ch2 made, so I continued working around the cozy. Without turning sc evenly (1 sc in each row) along the longer side, the bottom, and up the second longer side, make sure to put 2 sc in each corner.
FO and sew in ends.
Position and sew the button.
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