Beverage Cosy Knitting Patterns
Do you spell the covering for a mug or teapot a Cozy? Cosy? Cozie? Cosie? Coozie? Or do you just avoid the dilemma by calling it a sleeve or a mug hug as some of these knitters do? Whatever you want to call them, we have a knitting pattern for you to use to keep your drink hot or cold and comfy to hold. They make great gifts too for the coffee or tea lover in your life!
Free Knitting Patterns
Hug Me Mug Cozy
Yarnspirations designed this adorable cozy. See below for a Santa version.
Fairy Cup Cozie
Margaret Bloom’s cozie features a cute little pocket for tiny toys, treats, or anything else you can think of. Sized for 8 oz. mason jars.
Owl Cup Cozie Free Pattern
Wide awake owls keep your cup warm and your hands cool. This cable pattern could easily be adapted to decorate blankets, cardigans, and pillows.
Junkies Java Jerkin
This argyle coffee cup cozy / cosy by Marjorie Walter lets you enjoy your favorite hot drink in style. The S/M size fits most 8- and 12-oz. cups; the M/L size works best for 16-oz. and larger cups.
Denise de Lelys designed these coffee cup cozies.
XOXO Coffee Sleeve
Laura’s design features a cable pattern of XOXO so you can serve your coffee with hugs and kisses.
Heart Mug Hug
Mug cosy from Red Heart with a knit red heart motif.
Cuter than Caribou Coffee Sleeve
Aimee Powers designed this easy coffee cosy.
Jenny Raymond’s mug cozy / cosy features a moss stitch pattern and a cute button closure.
Toby Roxane Barna designed this fun, practical cozy mitten perfect for drinking beverages at outdoor events.The pattern is written for three sizes: small (a “rootbeer mitt,” to fit a child’s hand), medium (to fit a typical lady-paw) and large (to fit a gnarly man-hand).
Love Tea Cosy
This teapot cozy by Martin Storey features a lace heart motif and tassels, and is knit flat and seamed. Registration at website required for download.
Pineapple Teapot Cosy
The link below is to the Wayback Machine because the pattern is no longer available at the redesigned Prima site. Height: 6in (15cm) excluding leaves. Lower edge circumference: 15in (38cm)
Elizabeth Kleven designed a form-fitting sweater for teapots. The ribbing holds the cozy snugly to the teapot and is secured with a button flap. The lid remains uncovered for easy access.
Classic Pleated Tea Cozy
Yarnspirations re-created the classic look for a teapot cosy with a pattern that is much simpler than it looks — the pleats are created by pulling the contrasting color tight.
Tea Bag Baskets
Knitvana created these cute little baskets to hold tea bags.
Tea Toting Owl Tea Wallet
Tea toting owl free knitting pattern – this cute owl holds your tea bags when you travel. Great for stash and remnant yarn!
Peg of Tilling designed this quick project that is great for stash yarn and fast gifts.
Patterns for cute cup pocket you can add to sweaters or cosies!
Wooly Wine Bottle Cozy
And for those who aren’t in the mood for coffee or tea…The perfect way to dress up a gift!
Patterns for Purchase
Bunny Tea Cosy
This adorable teapot cozy even has a fluffy pompom tail!
R2D2 Tea Cosy
The tea cosy fits a medium sized tea pot that covers a Teapot that holds 6 to 8 cups.
Joe’s Coffee Cosy
This cabled coffee cosy (to fit a four-cup French press) fastens with loops and knotted cords for easy on and off.
And for those of you who prefer your mugs sleeveless….