Friday, October 25, 2013

Crocheting Project: Mug Warmers (a.k.a. Cozies)


Hello Everyone!


Disclaimer:
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I've really been in the spirit for Fall lately :) Today has been really Fall like, and I was finally able to wear my boots yay!! Even though the weather will likely go back to being warm (based on the weather report)...I'll enjoy the coolness while it's here! The weather can be cool or warm in South Carolina during the cooler months! lol

However, I still enjoy a nice cup of hot chocolate or hot lemon tea :) So I figured why not make cute warmers (cozies) for my beverage mug. I've been seeing these a lot on crochet pattern websites and on YouTube and I just made a few for myself. They were very simple to make! The wonderful thing about crocheting is that I'm always trying to find new and creative things to make!

Here are the cozies I made :)


 


Plain Mug

 


The cozies I made placed on the mug.
Side Note: the bows are located on the left side of the mug since I'm right handed.

Side of the mug (Do the colors look familiar? lol)


 



Front of the mug

 


Side of the mug


 


Front of the mug

 


Plain Cozy 

 


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Pilar

30 comments:

Veronica Vargas said...

SOOO pretty!

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xoVero

Jackie Harrison said...

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Nicole said...

I d made so many of these! I love quick cute patterns :) great job!

plovesfashion said...

Thank you!

plovesfashion said...

Thanks! I'll go over to your blog .

plovesfashion said...

Thanks :) I loved making these. You're right they're so quick to make. I plan on making more!

Ashley said...

Those are so cute!! I love cute cozies on my coffee cups!

plovesfashion said...

Thank you! They make cute gifts too!

Liz Outh said...

These are adorable!!! Love these!!! You did a great job my love! I wish we lived closer so you can teach me! haha! xoxo

Kimberly said...

Such a neat idea!

► XO KIMBERLYLUXE

Manda - Handmade with Love said...

They look great Pilar!

plovesfashion said...

Thank you!! I and I know! I wish I could just teach a class or a workshop until I can get my YouTube beginner tutorial together! I'm still trying to get better lighting

plovesfashion said...

Thanks!

plovesfashion said...

Thanks Amanda!

Denise M said...

Love these :), they are a really good idea. The pink one is my favourite. Looking forward to seeing more of your ideas :)!

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Marie said...

These are very cute! You're very creative and talented!

plovesfashion said...

Thank you! I love crocheting projects that are creative. I like the pink cozy too!

plovesfashion said...

Thank you for the kind words :)

Kristen said...

okay I love those mug warmers. you are very talented. can't wait to see what you do next. keep up the good work.

plovesfashion said...

Thanks Kristen! I have a few more crocheting projects I'm working on.

Sarah C said...

I love the bows! Did you find a pattern on Ravelry or make your own? Also, what kind of yarn did you use? This looks like a fun and easy project. My scarf is stuck in limbo while I desperately hunt for a second skein.

plovesfashion said...

Thank you! I actually made the bows myself, without a pattern. I looked at various bows online, and I just figured it out on my own.I used Red Heart Super Saver Yarn for each of the cozies. You should give this project a try! This probably was the easiest project that I've done, and it doesn't take much time to complete.

Oh no about your scarf! That's happend to me too in the past! Now I usually buy extra (depending on the project) to ensure I'll have enough. Have you tried looking online for the second skein? If you have a Michaels Craft Store near you, they may have what your looking for. Good luck and I can't wait to see your finished product!

Anonymous said...

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plovesfashion said...

Thank you! and you're welcome! I've follow you back on GFC as well!

KatieLouise said...

Oh my goodness this is like the cutest thing ever!!! If I saw these for sale I'd definitely grab some. Those bows are so so pretty! I can't wait to see what else you make for the fall :] Keep up the amazing work! You make me really want to learn how to crochet!

plovesfashion said...

Thank you Katie for the kind words! I was thinking about making a few cozies for stocking stuffers for Christmas. I thought that the bows would give the cozies a nice touch :) Its a good thing you want to learn to crochet, it's so much fun!

Sarah Harrison said...

WOW !!! these are amazing I saw your comment on my blog and immediately checked this out and I'm glad I did you are so creative I love the fact you put bows on them as I love bows I'm going to try to get into making ore crotchet I just haven't had the time lately But well done great post ! :)

plovesfashion said...

Thanks Sarah, that's so kind of you :) Glad to see you started posting on your blog again! I thought the bows would give the cozies a nice look. If you get into crocheting, I hope you post your work I'm sure it will be great!

Anonymous said...

They are so cute!!! I love them! :D
xxx

plovesfashion said...

Thank You for the comment and stopping by!

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