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Jessica Joy

Knitwear designer and writer

Free Cup Cosy Knitting Pattern

  1. mary says: 23 November 20136:56 pm

    please sent me free pattren knitting

  2. Grace says: 8 December 20131:48 pm

    Love this mug cozy! I love to do cable, and I am going to make this one for me! Thank you for sharing the pattern.

  3. Jess says: 8 December 20134:06 pm

    No problem, Grace! Hope you enjoy it :D

  4. Kylie says: 15 January 20144:55 am

    I recently learned knitting and this is something I think I can do! Such a great gift idea. Thank you for sharing!

  5. Janel says: 24 May 20144:12 am

    I have a question… When you begin the decrease, should the first row (k all) be on the right side or the wrong side? When you get to the point that you have an inch left, is that an inch from the very beginning of the work or where the cable knit starts? Do you finish at the end of the cable rotation or is it ok to stop in the middle of a rotation? I sure hope all of this makes sense. I love this project!! It’s my first cable and I love it! So easy and a fun result to give as gifts.

    • Jess says: 27 May 201412:31 pm

      Hi Janel – yes the decreases are worked on a right side row. You should stop working the cable at the end of a full repeat, when the cosy is an inch too short for the cup and then begin the decreases for the tapered end. I hope that makes sense! Feel free to pop me an email from the ‘say hi’ page if you’d like any more help!

  6. Amanda says: 28 October 20144:09 pm

    This is so cute and would be awesome to make for everyone for stocking stuffers. My only issue is, I don’t know how to read the patterns! I crochet using YouTube tutorials. Have you ever considered making a tutorial for patterns such as this one?

    I’ll figure it otherwise! Nice work, girl!

    • Jess says: 2 November 20145:37 pm

      Hi Amanda! I’m pleased you like the pattern – I’m afraid I’m not planning on doing any videos on how to knit specific projects, but I do have videos planned for all the techniques that are used here. I hope that’s useful to you! If you have any specific questions on how to work the cosy, just pop me an email! :)

  7. pamela says: 8 December 20164:48 pm

    Question: Part 3 Decreases: Am I to knit rows 1-21 as directed then count row 22 as row 1 and begin the decreases there?

    Thank you for the help. – Pamela

    • Jess says: 9 December 201612:30 pm

      Hi Pamela – yes that’s right, the row count restarts at that point in the pattern just to make it a little easier to follow. Hope that helps! Jess :)

  8. Pamela says: 9 December 201612:59 pm

    Hi Jess, Many thanks for the speedy reply and for sharing this beautiful cup cozy pattern.
    I am nearing the decreasing so your timing is perfect. It’s looking really lovely. Happy holidays.

  9. Bev says: 21 October 20171:25 am
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