Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'cozy'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • Town Hall
    • Introduce Yourself
    • Crochetville Community Policies/Rules
    • Board Announcements
    • Crochetville Blog Posts
    • Support Crochetville
  • Crochet Patterns
    • Free Original Patterns
    • Free Pattern Links
    • Patterns for Sale Links
    • Published Patterns
    • Seeking Patterns
  • Crochet Help
    • Crochet Articles
    • Crochet Reference
    • Crochet Video Tutorials
    • General Crochet Help
    • Crochet Stitch Help
    • Crochet Design Help
  • Show-and-Tell
    • House & Home
    • Carry & Store
    • Wearables & Accessories
    • Kids' Stuff
    • Thread Crochet
    • Other Good Stuff
  • Crochet Talk
    • Crochet Blogs
    • Crochet in TV, Movies, and News
    • Crochet in the Media
    • Crochet Publications
    • Crochet Web Sites
    • Other Crochet Sightings
    • Other Crochet Topics
    • Get to Know You: Crochet Q&A
    • New Q&A
  • Crochet Activities
    • National Crochet Month 2017
    • CGOA: Crochet Guild of America
    • Crochet Happenings and Events
    • Crochet-Alongs
    • Crochet for Charity
    • Crochetville Swaps
    • The Wishing Well
    • Giveaways
    • Seeking Local Crocheters
    • 2014 Crochet Games of Ancient Greece
  • Special Crochet & Fiber Techniques
    • Bead Crochet
    • Tapestry Crochet
    • Broomstick Lace
    • Dyeing
    • Freeform Crochet
    • Fulling and Felting
    • Hairpin Lace
    • Socks
    • Spinning
    • Thread Crochet
    • Tunisian Crochet
  • Shopping Strip
  • Support Our Indie Businesses
    • Social Media Sponsors
    • Introduce Your Indie Business: Items for Crocheters and Fiber Artists
    • What's New with Indie Business: Items for Crocheters and Fiber Artists
    • Sales and Coupons: Indie Business
    • Introduce Your Indie Business: Everything Else
    • What's New with Indie Business: Everything Else
  • Crochet Business Center
    • Resources for Starting a Crochet Business
    • B2B: Lend a Helping Hand
    • Accepting Submissions
    • Seeking Pattern Testers
    • Selling Crochet
    • Teaching Crochet
  • Recycling Center
    • Destashing
    • In Search Of
  • Knitting
    • Beginner Knitters
    • Experienced Knitters
    • Knooking
  • Board Stuff
    • Board Help
    • Crochetville Suggestion Box
    • The Scratch Pad

Product Groups

  • Meetups
  • Crochetville Patterns
  • Online Classes
  • Pin Looms
  • Needle Felted Sheep and Mice
  • Unavailable
    • Online Business Classes
    • Pattern Uploads

Categories

  • About Crochetville
  • Legal Info
  • Pattern Uploads Information
  • Policies

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


Real Name


Ravelry ID


Biography


Location


Interests


Occupation


How long have you been crocheting?


Favorite things to crochet

Found 24 results

  1. Hi all, Thank you for letting me be a part of this community! It is great that I can come here for information regarding tutorials and online classes. I live in New York City and have only been crocheting for a month now. I have done many coasters and now trying to do cozies. I am a beginner when it comes to crocheting and I am really getting into it. However, I have reached a problem when reading an understanding this one example I am trying to do. I have attached a snapshot of the cozy I am trying to do. One of my issues is that I don't even understand the first line, lol! Round 1 states to only create 2 chains then do 7 single crochets in the 2nd chain. Does that mean that I have to do 7 single crochets by crocheting in the same 2nd chain 7 times or crochet the first single crochet in the 2nd chain then after that do the second single crochet in the first single crochet I just did and then the third single crochet in the second single crochet I just did? Then it tells me not to join it but if I don't join it how is it becoming round? Then Round 2 is stating to create two single crochets in next 6 single crochets, does that mean I am working on the first row of single crochets from round 1 and starting at the 6th single crochet over? I have tried finding this on youtube.com but those videos are not chaining just 2 but usually are working with more than just 2 ch. Any type of help would be really appreciated:)
  2. Hi everyone, I totally forgot to post about my designs for reusable coffee cup sleeves/cozy. This is one of my more recent creations as well as my first written-out pattern! Early birds get the worm, and penguins are birds who get fish? I don't know. That idea just came into my head. Because I tried to find a way to make the chest seams invisible, it's not as straight forward as a simple changing colour but it's not impossible either! If you're interested in the free pattern a try, you may visit my blog entry here and download the pdf file after clicking on my doodle. Have fun!
  3. Apak

    Sleeping owl mug cozy

    When I was looking for some inspiration on the net, I found a picture of owl mug cozy on craftsy. I loved the idea and as I know how to make crocodile stitch, I decided to make my own version. These owls are gifts for my friend and her teenage daughter. The owls are quite easy. I hope you like them
  4. I got the idea to make this a while back, and I just couldn't pass up the opportunity. I finally finished it and I absolutely love the way it turned out! What do you think? I've posted the pattern to my blog here: http://whirlsandswirlsofpurls.blogspot.com/2014/09/cozy-cottage-christmas-tissue-cover.html and to ravelry here: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/cozy-cottage-christmas-tissue-cover if anyone is interested
  5. I am looking for 3 testers for a bottle or cup cozy that represents the Nitrox flag for scuba divers. I've put together the preliminary pattern - I may do some color adjustments on it. But I would just like to know if my directions are clearly written and will produce the item as I picture it. If you are interested in testing this pattern for me, please send me a pm and I'll forward the pattern to you. Thanks in advance.
  6. Itachan

    Earwarmer/neckwarmer

    I thought I would share the ear warmer/neck warmer. next week. I crocheted with two strands of Red Heart yarn and a N crochet hook. I usually used as an ear warmer.
  7. Crochet Addictuk

    Owl Mobile Phone Cozy\Cosy

    http://www.crochetaddictuk.com/2013/11/free-crochet-pattern-owl-phone-cozy.html The pattern is in US terms Items required 4 mm (6) hook. If you don’t have a 4mm hook use a 4.25mm (G) hook instead. 1 Figgi Yarns ~ Moss Green Sifa Silver Cotton Yarn x 50 g ball – Due to the silver in the yarn it may boost your phones signal. Black, Cream, Beige Double Knit Acrylic Yarn Stitch marker Wool needle 1cm Button Gauge 9 sts & 9 rows = 2” Approximate Size Width: 3 ¼” (8 cm) Height: 6 ¼” (16 cm) Approximate Yardage Moss green yarn – 54.13 yards Black – Scraps Cream – 2.35 yards Beige – 1.15 yards Phone Cozy Using 4mm (6) hook and moss green yarn. As this phone cozy won’t fit all sizes you will have to ch the amount to the width of your phone + 4 ch’s
  8. Here is another pattern for a gift card or a credit card sleeve. The pattern works up quick and easy. http://crochetncrafts.com/crochet/bead-stitch-gift-card-case.html
  9. rhelena

    Bead Stitch Cup Sleeve

    This is a super easy pattern for a bead stitch cup cozy. Enjoy it with your morning coffee! http://crochetncrafts.com/crochet/bead-stitch-cup-sleeve.html
  10. I published this during the wrong season, but here it is anyway: my Lacy Shell Water Bottle Holder... http://crochetncrafts.com/crochet/lacy-shell-water-bottle-holder.html
  11. ashlei

    3DS cozy

    I made my first 3DS sleeve last night. Thinking I might make a Pikachu one next. It even has a hole in the bottom so you can plug it in to charge without have to take it out - wishing I had thought of this when I made my tablet cozy a few months ago!
  12. St. Patrick's Clover Mug Cozy Free Crochet Pattern http://www.crochetaddictuk.com/2013/03/free-clover-pattern-mug-cozy.html
  13. Easter Egg Mug Cozy Free Crochet Pattern http://www.crochetaddictuk.com/2013/03/free-easter-egg-mug-cozy-pattern.html
  14. Crochet Addictuk

    Flower Mug Cozy Free Crochet Pattern

    Flower Mug Cozy Free Crochet Pattern http://www.crochetaddictuk.com/2013/03/free-flower-mug-cosy-pattern.html
  15. Basket Weave Laptop Cover Free Crochet Pattern http://www.crochetaddictuk.com/2011/06/laptop-cover.html
  16. Free Valentine Mug Cozy http://www.crochetaddictuk.com/2013/02/valentine-mug-cozy-free-pattern.html
  17. Here is my free pattern for a credit card case. Use it for your convenience cards or your gift cards. http://crochetncrafts.com/crochet/credit-or-gift-card-case.html
  18. I know it's summer right now, but these slippers are fun to make and wear even in A/C and especially in the winter months!! You can make some for yourself, some for holiday gifts and even to sell in Craft Shows! https://www.etsy.com/listing/80561064/womens-crocheted-ribbed-slipper-pattern You are going to love making these! Bev
  19. rhelena

    Crunch Stitch Mug Cozy

    Here is my latest free pattern. It's for a crunch stitch mug cozy. Hope you enjoy! http://crochetncrafts.com/crochet/crunch-stitch-mug-cozy.html
  20. yarnjeannie

    Scuba Diver Flag Cup/Can Cozy

    I was asked to design an item to be considered for sale in a scuba shop. My husband is a scuba diver and assistant instructor. The shop owner requested a dive flag to be incorporated into a cup cozy. This is what I came up with after some trial and error. I've sent her some photos and she seems pleased with it. I need two testers for this pattern. Please PM me if you are interested. Thanks!
  21. Miss Crochet

    iPad Cozy

    No, really, I need it for work. I do. The fact that you can look at digital crochet magazines on it is just a bonus, I swear. The pattern will follow in the next few days, in the meantime, here's my latest scrapyarn project. It makes a nice tablet cozy but would be super for a book or diary as well.
  22. Keep your drinks cold with this fun and functional crochet Striped Fringe Cozy! This cozy is a great gift idea for anyone (the fringe is optional!). Use your own combination of colors to make this project, including the colors of your favorite sports teams! These make excellent gifts! Cozy measures 8 inches (20½ cm) around (laid flat) x 5½ inches (14 cm) tall. Enjoy this complimentary PDF format of this original crochet pattern that has been written with complete step-by-step instructions and pictures (with U.S. crochet terms). Peace, Love and Happy Crafting!
  23. saint6811

    Flaptop Kindle Cozy

    I developed this pattern based on a customer's requests....she wanted a cozy that was longways with a flap to close with a button. I wasnt able to find any other patterns like that for free online, so I wrote my own. I hope you enjoy it! Joy Flaptop Kindle Cozy--Envelope style/longways 8" wide x 5" tall H hook ww yarn of choice--approx 100 yds 1" diameter button GAUGE: 4 sc and 4 rows=1 inch Ch 31 ch1 and turn after each row numbers in ( ) at end of each row instruction is the total number of stitches in that row Row 1: (RS) sc in 2nd from hook and each across (30) Row 2: sc in each across (30) Repeat Row 2 until 10" in height Starting flap for front of cozy: Row 3: Decrease sc2tog on each end and two times evenly (4 dec total) (26) Row 4: sc in each across (26) Row 5: Decrease sc2tog on each end and two times evenly (4 dec total) (22) Row 6: sc in each across (22) Row 7: Decrease sc2tog on each end and two times evenly (4 dec total) (18) Row 8: Decrease sc2tog on each end and two times evenly (4 dec total) (14) Row 9: sc in each across (14) Row 10: sc in first 6 st, ch2, sk 2, sc in last 6 st. (this makes the button hole) Row 11: sc in first 6 st, 2 sc in ch2 sp, sc in last 6 st (14) Fasten off. With right side face down, fold bottom edge up to last row of 30 sc (last row of Row 2 repeat before decrease rows begin) Starting in bottom right corner of cozy, sc edges together. Stop when you reach the flap and fasten off. Starting in top left corner of cozy (not the flap), sc edge together to bottom left corner. Fasten off Turn cozy over so back is facing you and flap is extended upward. Starting on Row 3 (first dec row), sc up in left side of flap stitches edge, across the flat part of flap, and down in right side of flap stitches edges, ending when you reach the cozy seam created earlier. Fasten off. Fold flap over to front and attach button in place for button hole alignment.     © Joy Merrill, 2012 You may use this pattern to make items to sell, but may not copy the pattern for distribution in print or electronically. If you post items made from this pattern on a website or blog, please give credit for the pattern by posting the link to this post at Crochetville.          
  24. bobwilson123

    Easy Soda Can Cozy

    Learn how to crochet a easy Soda can cozy Hope you like it !
×