Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Ten Minute Hot Drink Sleeve

Hello folks...and my yarnies especially.

Not that I really have time to be fiddling around with yarn and hook...except to delve into my pile of slipper orders....but, I can afford ten minutes, and so can you!

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Items Needed:
K hook
Worsted weight yarn  (I used Peaches & Creme for the cotton one and I Love This Yarn  for the acrylic)
tapestry needle to weave in ends

abbreviations:
ch- chain
sc- single crochet
hdc- half double crochet

You will be using two strands at the same time for this project.

Chain 25 join with a slip stitch to first chain
(Row 1) Ch 1(does not count as first sc) sc in next ch and in each ch around. Join in first sc (24 stitches)
(Row 2) Ch 2(does not count as first hdc) hdc in same stitch as join and around. Join to first hdc (24 stitches)
(Row 3 &4) Repeat Row 2
(Row 5) Ch 1 (does not count as first sc) sc in same stitch as join and around. Join to first sc.
Fasten off and weave in ends.

Pattern Copyright Jennifer Kaye 2010
You may make items from this pattern to gift or to sell. You may NOT make copies of this pattern to gift or sell, please link to this pattern instead. Credit for this pattern would be appreciated with online selling.

Easy right? Go make yourself one...and your friends and family too!

13 comments:

  1. Love the coffee cozy! I haven't gotten my yarn on yet but Fall is here so its a comin'.

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  2. Well, this sure would be a quick first project for the fall!

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  3. Yarntastic! Quick, useful and fun!

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  4. Great Idea to use up that extra yarn and the extra free minutes we sometimes get!

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  5. Currently working on making one. Thanks for the pattern!

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  6. I'm off to make this right now (found it on Ravelry)...Thanks for sharing.

    PS. Love the name of your blog! ;)

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  7. Thank you ladies! :) Just found these sweet comments and thought I would say I've enjoyed seeing all your coffee sleeves on Ravelry...Thanks!

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  8. Thank you for sharing this pattern!

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  9. I just made one, turned out a little big, next time I will omit 2 stitches, then it should be perfect. I love the pattern!

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  10. i just made 2!. timed myself. took about 15 mins. love it! thinking about making a bunch and selling them for Relay for Life, with all monies made being donated to the ACS!

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    1. I'm so happy to hear that!! :)I love making them too. I started adding one more row in the center to make them a tiny bit wider, and I love how they turn out.

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  11. Thanks for sharing your pattern. Wanting to make some soon! Blessings.

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  12. Just had a friend ask for one of these-came looking and here you are! The coffee shop next to her work doesn't offer the sleeve's on their cup's,so I'm making this for her.Thank's for sharing your pattern.

    Sherry-Ohio

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