Remember when I shared this crochet coffee cozie for Halloween? Well now I'm addicted to making themed coffee cozies!! They are super simple to whip up and great creative practice if you're a beginner crocheter because not only are your practicing crocheting in the round, you can also practice different stitches!
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Using worsted weight yarn in two colors and a size H hook
ch 30, slp st in first chain to join, sc in each ch around. Be careful not to twist your work, join with slp st by picking up second color, ch 1, do not turn.
Using second color, sc in back loop only of each st around. Join with slp st by picking up first color, ch1, do not turn.
Alternate colors for every row, 11 rows in total.
Bind off and weave in ends.
To add an embellishment, I used a little bit of E6000 and the stickiness on the back of a premade felt applique in the shape of a Turkey to add to the front of the cozy. Now is the time to find Thanksgiving stuff at the craft store for like 40% off! I used these same little appliques to make these paperclips, too!
If you're thinking about getting into the craft of crochet (do it! do it!) I'd suggest this Crochet Basics & Beyond class from Craftsy to get you started!
Are you ready for Turkey day? I looooovvvee Thanksgiving!