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Today we release our Kate Coffee Beanie Cozy (or CBC as we refer to them). It uses the same gorgeous and timeless stitch combo that is in all of our Kate designs. It is a great collection for girls of all ages from children to the more mature lady. So far we have a gorgeous warm wrap, a hat and scarf and now the CBC with a wristlet following soon!
If you have been following us for any length of time you will have probably realised that we get inspired by stitch combos and have quite a few collections that we keeping coming back to and adding to.
Naming our collections
We name our collections after the people we love. This particular collection was named after one of my sisters, Kate. We are also starting to add to our Hannah collection (another sister and Kate’s identical twin) and we have some Susan items (both my mum and my baby sister are called Susan). Sara has the Paige collection named after her daughter and the Robin collection named after her father. You get the idea!
We recently did a pattern tutorial on our YouTube Channel for the Kate Scarf!
These videos show you how to work the stitch combo you need for any of our Kate Collection patterns!
A practical gift
Our coffee beanie cozies make fantastic gifts. I team mine up with a Starbucks 20 oz cup and / or gift card when I am looking for something quick.
The Kate Coffee Beanie Cozy is more of a feminine design, but we do have more unisex designs too.
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They make great gifts for teachers, teens, adults, that last minute gift for a co-worker.
You can use them for your hot drinks during the autumn and winter and for your iced drinks in summer! My daughter uses hers on her shush drinks (they are basically ice with flavoured syrup) and she insists that there is always a couple in my handbag to use as required! Here she is using hers about a year ago – when we were allowed to go out places and have some fun!
- Written in US terms
- Pattern is worked from the bottom up, working the pattern by working the band first in rows, then joining the band’s ends to make a circle, thus working in the round for the rest of the pattern.
Fits 20 oz Starbucks’s take away cup, most travel mugs and Costa take away cups.
Materials needed for the Kate CBC:
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- #4 worsted weight cotton (approx. 40 yards) – cotton works best for these types of projects but you may also use any 4 weight yarn if you have no cotton
- 5mm hook
- Stitch markers (optional)
- Tapestry needle
We link all of the videos you will need to help you create this one. Check out the videos above to see how they all work together in this stitch combo. You will need to use:
- front post double crochet,
- back post double crochet
- camel stitch or third loop only
- crab st
You can get a copy of our Kate Coffee Beany Cozy Pattern in the following places:
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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!
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.
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!”
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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Isn’t this stitch combo gorgeous!!
I love this stitch combo! It is quite a fun one to work up and works up quickly so I have really enjoyed coming up with different patterns for this. Of course we have several just waiting in the wings to release – a coffee beanie cozy, mug cozy, baby bonnet (from size preemie) and blanket, a gorgeous wrist bag which is perfect for bridesmaids! The list just goes on.
Do you love this stitch combo as much as me?
If you can chain, double crochet, front post double crochet and back post double crochet then you can make just about anything with this stitch combination! If you want to see how easy it is check out our YouTube video tutorial on how to make there scarf pattern. (We also have a left handed version on our channel.)
This one is a paid pattern only. You can get the inexpensive pdf in all of our shops:
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The Kate hat comes in three sizes:
Small – 18’’ circ, 7.5’’ tall
Medium – 19’’ circ, 9’’ tall
Large – 20’’ circ, 10’’ tall
You will need the following materials:
– #4 weight yarn (aran)
– large hat – around 180 yards
– medium – 155 yards approx.,
– small – 140 yards approx
– 4mm and a 5 mm hook
– Needle to sew in ends
– Tape measure
– Stitch marker (optional)
Links to video tutorials for all special stitches are included in the pattern.