I have an obsession with mug cozies at the moment. Odd, as we are finally heading towards some warmer weather. But, as my husband reminds me, this is a great idea as I never finish a cup of tea in one sitting. It’s nothing for me to microwave my forgotten tea three times before finally abandoning it.
What I would to do be able to sit and savour a cup of hot, milky sweet English breakfast tea….
This one rocks my world. I just love the sailor tattoo style. I’m part-way through making something similar, completely coincidentally!
I love the appliqué on this one:
I made one based slightly on this pattern. Quick and easy to work up and looks great when finished:
I just love the colour of this one, but it’s too high. The top is too close to the lip of the cup, so you’ll be sucking on yarn instead of tea:
And this one is just too cool. I love the tea bag attached:
What do you think of mug cozies? Would you use one? I know my dad would enjoy it, but I would have to make it to fit a beer can…
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I will! Thanks for the idea and inspiration to do it – have even got some lovely buttons I could use!
I would use these and I’m slightly obsessed by them too! I do not crochet but knit (very, very badly) and wish I could make one of these. The designs you have are beautiful! I am inspired to have a go at knitting one!
Oooh, you should! So many cool ideas for knitted cozies going through my mind (and I can’t knit to save myself).
I will do it! The weather here is awful so it is a day to knit and have a go at a mug cozy!
Awesome, please share a pic when you’re done!
Love em! The long one can go on a longer mug! 🙂
*facepalm* of course!
I need to make cozies. I wanted to do it as a teaching method with my son. Never happened. Maybe sometime soon? I have a pin board here –>http://pinterest.com/sparkleanddoom/project-mug-cozy/
I’m actually planning to use them as the basis of a workshop that I’m planning. A great simple project that combines a few different stitches and techniques without taking days to put together.
Totally just followed your cozy board. Love this one: http://pinterest.com/pin/266767977899354688/
I hope you don’t mind, but I have followed your cosy board too!
There are some great designs here. Love the hearts.
Me too! They might be my favourite…