I can’t believe that I’ve actually started crafting my holiday gifts! Usually, I don’t start until closer to Thanksgiving and then I have the crazy idea that I am “CraftWoman”! Yes, a super hero crafter that can complete projects 100x faster than what is humanly possible. Then, what usually happens is people receive half finished gifts with notes promising that I’ll be finishing them soon!
Well, the benefit of me being more on top of things is that I can share my projects in a timely manner with you! YAY! Check out what I’ve recently completed…knitted coffee cozies!
The black yarn with vibrant colors peeking through reminds me of beautiful stained glass windows….hence the “original” name!
So what inspired this project?
These little gems!
Yes, I saw this bag of cute bonbon yarn and I just HAD to purchase it. These little bobbins of yarn may look small but there’s actually more yarn than you would think. I already knitted up these 4 Colorful Knitted Coffee Cozies and I still had some yarn left.
Now I don’t know about you, but my yarn stash has quite a bit of “project leftovers” and I really didn’t want any additional “scraps” so I scratched my head and came up with these….
I was able to whip up these two knitted coffee cozies from the remaining bonbon yarn from my Colorful Coffee Cozies and I still have some bonbon yarn left! Yup! These are super easy to make and will make amazing holiday gifts for coffee, hot tea, and cocoa lovers. Are you ready for the pattern?
Stained Glass Knitted Coffee Cozies
This pattern is knit in the round. You can knit these using whichever method you prefer: double points, two circulars or the magic loop method. Also, this is for personal use only.
- 1 skein Vanna’s Choice Yarn from Lion Brand
- 3.5 oz/100 g, 170 yd/156
- Bonbon yarn from Lion Brand
- each skein contains 28 yds but you will only need a fraction of this amount. Up to 4 colors per coffee cozy
- US 6 (4.0 cm) needles
- Double points, 2 circulars, or 1 long circular for the magic loop method
- Yarn needle
Gauge: 6 stitches/inch
- K – Knit
- P – Purl
- Sl1p – Slip one stitch purlwise
- CO – Cast on
- BO – Bind off
- MC – Main Color
- CC – Contrasting Color
Download the Color Knitting Chart HERE. This chart shows the 4 stitch pattern that will be repeated 13 times to complete each round of 52 stitches.
CO 52 stitches with main color (Black)
- Round 1, K2 P2
- Rounds 2-4, repeat round 1
- Round 5, P
- Round 6, (Sl1p, with CC K3) repeat to the end of the round
- Rounds 7-9, repeat round 6
- Round 10, with MC, K
- Round 11, with MC, P
- Rounds 12-15, Repeat Rounds 6-9 with second CC
- Round 16, with MC, K
- Round 17, with MC P
- Rounds 18-21, Repeat Rounds 6-9 with third CC
- Round 22, with MC, K
- Round 23, with MC, P
- Rounds 24-27, Repeat Rounds 6-9 with fourth CC
- Round 28, with MC K
- Round 29, with MC P
- Rounds 30-33, with MC, K2P2
Loosely BO and with yarn needle, weave in all ends.
I can’t believe it took me this long to find ways to utilize the beautiful colors of Lion Brand bonbons. Who would have thought that something so cute could be used to make some fun holiday gifts?