Coffee mug cosy / cover

My sis got a coffee mug at her job yesterday for their green initiative, and she asked if I could make something to protect the mug, maybe with some old scrap yarn. I did have just the scrap yarn for a crocheted cosy that can double as a cover if I make it slightly longer. Since I started late, I was doubtful of finishing it the same day, but I did finish it, hurrah! (Technically, it was the next day because it was past midnight, but shhh…)

Before I could call it a night, I embroidered a free-form heart on it to add that extra zing! πŸ˜‰

Coffee mug cosy / cover
Coffee mug cosy / cover

23 thoughts on “Coffee mug cosy / cover

  1. Oh, those late night projects when I’m not sure if they took me one day or two… πŸ˜‰
    It’s cute! I’m sure your sister loves it! maybe I should crochet some “clothing” for my mug finally, to keep the temperature longer:)

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    1. Oh yes, my sister does love it, Kat! πŸ™‚
      You should definitely crochet something for your mug. (Maybe a late night project?) Mine’s just a single, simple stitch all around, but crochet being your domain and all πŸ˜‰ I can’t wait to see how yours will turn out!

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      1. My projects are usually late night πŸ˜‰ Recently I was so eager to finish a shawl that when I finally checked the hour it was… 8 a.m. I forgot to go to sleep at all!
        Adding the cosy to my queue… if it waits patiently, one day its turn comes πŸ˜‰

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          1. Hahaha πŸ™‚ Summer’s just a tiny hurdle if you like your coffee super-hot. πŸ˜› (I’m still knitting a top that I started last year! πŸ˜‰ )
            Or maybe you can knit a lace cosy just for show? Or wait for winter, whatever works for you. I’d love to see it whenever you’re done. πŸ™‚

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