Coffee Koozie (tutorial & free pattern!)


Posted on August 26th, by Amy in Baby Lock, Tutorial. 3 comments

My friends over at the Fat Quarter Shop have a new pattern, and it’s adorable!

Coffee Koozie - AmysCreativeSide.com

The Coffee Koozie is perfect for the always adorable mini-charm packs (2 1/2″ squares). I can see them as great gifts, and they are so fast to make too! I made it in about a half hour, and it will definitely be faster next time! The fabrics used are Dottie by Moda, which are cheery and bright, or pretty neutral depending on your preferences. One mini charm pack could make up to three Coffee Koozie’s too!

Coffee Koozie - AmysCreativeSide.com

I quickly added the button via machine – that was a first for me and Melody, and it was so simple! Glad to have a better understanding of that foot :)

My only concern is that my girlies will try to claim the Coffee Koozie as a bracelet when I’m not looking…I think I’ll go make more!

Check out the video, for a step by step visual with Kimberly:

I can’t wait to see your version of the Coffee Koozie – no matter which fabric group you choose it will be great!

Amy






3 thoughts on “Coffee Koozie (tutorial & free pattern!)

  1. 1

    Cute little koozie and love the fabrics you chose!

  2. 2

    Such happy fabrics would brighten anyone day! Love yours!

  3. 3
    Emma says:

    These Coffee Koozie’s are so cute! They are a great substitute to the throwaway cardboard cup holders you find at the coffee shop. I have tried this pattern and I made the Coffee Koozie from scraps of fabric I had and made them in no time. The button really looks awesome and now my friends are lining up for me to make more of them!

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