Well, It’s that time of the year when my caffeine consumption rises to a ridiculous level. Of course, I am a trained professional coffee drinker so it doesn’t affect me. It’s also a busy season that keeps me on the go almost daily. I usually make my java at home and often take it with me whenever I need to leave the house. Hence, the plethora of coffee cup sleeves patterns I hope to bestow upon you this month. You can never have enough of these in your home and car.
As always, you may use either cotton or acrylic yarn for your project. If you would like more information on the difference between the two for a project such as this, visit my Rosy Coffee Sleeve pattern link.
You are welcome to sell any finished products you make with this pattern. Whenever possible, please give Coffee Loves Yarn credit for the design. You many not, however, claim this pattern as your own. If sharing this pattern, please link this blog post to direct users back to Coffee Loves Yarn. Thank you for understanding!
This pattern has been tested. If you find any mistakes or need clarification, please feel free to contact me and I will reply as soon as possible.
Thanks again for your continued support and encouragement. You are the reason I do what I do.
Bobbles ‘N Stuff Coffee Sleeve
By Coffee Loves Yarn
Worsted Weight Yarn (cotton or acrylic), approximately 24-25 yards
Abbreviations (US Terminology):
ch = chain
slst = slip stitch
hdc = half double crochet
yo= yarn over
2″ x 2″ – 5 rows of 8 hdc with a ch1 turning chain
- Stitch count for each row appears in a ( ) at the end of the row.
- Pattern is worked in the round.
- Bobble Stitch: (Yo, insert hook in the next stitch, yo, draw yarn through stitch) for a total of three times in the same stitch (this will give leave you with seven stitches on your hook), yo, draw yarn through all seven stitches.
- When the pattern requires that multiple stitches be placed in one single stitch, the required stitches will appear within a ( ).
- Gauge is not important. If you find that the sleeve is too small/big for the standard paper coffee cup, then change your hook size either up or down to get the correct size.
Round 1: Ch 28, slst into first ch to join, careful not to twist. Leaver a tail long enough to sew in any gaps the join might cause.
Round 2: Ch1, hdc into each st around, slst into the top of the first hdc to join (28 hdc)
Round 3: Ch1, *Bobble Stitch in the next st, ch1, skip one st* repeat between * * around, slst to join into the top of the first bobble created (14 bobbles, 14 ch1 spaces)
Round 4: Ch1, hdc into the top of each bobble stitch and into each ch1 space around, slst to join at the top of the first hdc (28 hdc)
Round 5: Ch1, hdc in each st around (28 hdc)
Round 6: Repeat round 3
Round 7: Repeat round 4
Round 8: Repeat round 5, slst to join into the first hdc.
Fasten off and weave in ends.
You may embellish the coffee sleeve with your favorite buttons or appliques. Have fun with it!