Knitting patterns inspired by our favorite beverages like coffee and tea, such as hats, mitts, socks, cozies, wash cloths, and more. Updated 2/3/23
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Latte Art Cowl
I love the simple, elegant design of this colorwork cowl, inspired by the designs baristas create in latte foam. Designed for 6 colors, it's a great stash buster. Designed by Yarnflakes. Sport weight yarn. Available in English and French
Warm Cafe Latte Wrizzies
Fingerless mitts knit with aa mock cable texture that looks like coffee beans. Designed by Synnøve Skavhaug Løvås. Aran weight yarn. Pictured projects by bug and the designer
Mug Pincushion or Toy
Knit cup with coffee or tea given body with stuffing. Perfect as a pincushion, a gift, or decoration. Designed by Anjie Davison. DK weight yarn. Pictured project by StrikSofie
- Get the free knitting pattern at the Internet archive
- See the Ravelry page
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Must Have Coffee and You're My Cup of Tea Cloths
Dish or wash cloths for coffee and tea lovers with either a coffee mug or tea cup and a motto in knit and purl stitches. Designed by Louise Sarrazin. Aran weight yarn.
- Get the free Must Have Coffee knitting pattern
- Get the free You're My Cup of Tea knitting pattern
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Coffee Beans Socks
Socks with a mock cable texture inspired by coffee beans. Knit cuff down with a short row heel. Designed by Jutta Schneider. Pictured projects by Patchpage and designer
Caffeine molecule motif for double knitting or other colorwork that can be used for afghan squares or other knitting projects. Designed by Megan-Anne Llama. Pictured projects by lyndistine, cathyjensen who adapted for knits and purls, and HettyDe who adapted as a coffeepot cozy.
Cocoa Beans Set
Matching hat, neck warmer, and mittens with a textured pattern inspired by cocoa or coffee beans. Designed by DROPS design. Super Bulky weight yarn.
Fingerless mitts knit with a 2 color design like the foam on top of your favorite espresso drink. Designed by Tanis Gray. Aran weight yarn.
Coffee Bean Cowl
No cable needle needed! Easy buttoned cowl knit flat with a 4 row repeat mock cable stitch shaped like coffee beans. Designed by Woolly Smile. Rated easy by Ravelrers. DK weight yarn. Pictured projects by designer and mischapinguin.
Colorful lap blanket or throw with colorwork motifs of mugs, teapots, cookies, cupcakes, and more. Size: Size: About 30 x 35 in. (76 x 89 cm) Worsted weight yarn. Designed by Amy Bahrt
- Get the free knitting pattern at Lion Brand - pattern is mistakenly labeled crochet, download button is below kit info
Hot Cup Pincher
Never burn your precious knitting fingers on a flimsy cup again with this handy little partial glove. Makes a great kitchen helper too to hold hot utensils or pan handles! Great for scrap or leftover yarn because it only requires 30 - 40 yards (27 - 37 m). Designed by Terry Morris.
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Coffee Lover Coasters and Potholders
Coasters, mug rugs, potholders with cups of hot coffee, tea, or other beverage. Charts only. Coffeebreak Potholder designed by Regina Schoenfeldt, pictured project by ummibaps. Coffee Cup Coasters by Lina Wolf. Hot Cuppa Coasters by Chana Tyman-Levy.
- Get the free Coffeebreak Potholder knitting pattern
- Get the free Coffee Cup Coasters knitting pattern
- Get the free Hot Cuppa Coasters knitting pattern
Hot Stuff Hat
Beanie with cups and the words of your favorie hot beverates: Coffee, Tea, Hot Chocolate. DK weight yarn. Designed by Mary Keenan.
Cozy Coffee Buddy
Here's a friend to keep your coffee warm and keep your hands cool. Great stashbuster! Cup cozy 5" tall. Worsted weight yarn. Designed by Rachel Borello Carroll.
Warm Brew Mittens
Fingerless mitts with cables inspired from the steam of your coffee or favorite hot beverage. May only be free a limited time. Fingering weight yarn. Designed by Joanne Bint.
Caffeine Coffee Cozy
Pot or cup sleeve for colorwork design of caffeine chemical formula. Chart with instructions in projects. Designed by Smudge Yarns. Pictured projects by designer and deenags who adapted for a cup cozy.
Coffee and Cream Beanie
Dye your own yarn with coffee, then knit a coffee-themed hat! Hat has a stranded design inspired by swirling shapes made as cream is added to coffee. Includes instructions for dying yarn with instant coffeee. 3 sizes. Worsted weight yarn. Designed by Josie Mercier.
Coffee Lovers Towel
Easy kitchen towel or table decor with coffee pot and coffee cups in knit and purl stitches. Designed by Lotte Nielsen. Available in English and Danish.
Beans or Leaves Cup Cozy
Pattern includes a coffee bean and tea leaf chart to knit a stranded cozy for your favorite caffeine delivery system. Designed by Emily O'Brien. Fingering weight yarn.
Easy Coffee Press and Mug Cozies
Knit flat with a 4-row repeat cable design, these wraps will keep your coffee warm and cozy. Designed by Caron Design Team. Aran weight yarn. Pictured in a color perfect for Pumpkin Spice season!
Love and Coffee Cozy
Express your love of coffee with this stranded cup cozy with 2 designs featuring either mugs with hearts or mugs with steam and hearts. Designed by Evazelle Knits. Worsted weight yarn.
Hypercaffinated: Caffeine Coffee Cozy
This cozy has the caffeine molecule on the front, and a ribbed back so it can stretch to fit a variety of coffee cup sizes. Designed by ChemKnits. Pictured project by Knitist
Wake up and Smell the Coffee Cozy
Beverage cup cozy with coffee cup motifs in stranded colorwork. Designed by Mrs Luedeke
Patterns for Purchase
Time for Tea? This pullover sweater has the answer with fair isle patterns and the motto Time for Tea. Sizes 98 (106, 116, 128, 136)cm 39 (42, 46, 51, 54) in. Designed by Sharon Slarke.
A good afternoon well spent Socks
Socks featuring motifs for a favorite afternoon: a cup of tea (or coffee), a slice of cake, and shelves and shelves of books to read. Knit cuff down with heel flap. Sizes 3 cuff sizes (s/m/l) and 9 foot lengths (UK size 3 - 11). Designed by Nadine Dransfield.
Long sleeved pullover sweater with a color blocked yoke like the froth on your espresso. Looks like a 2 row repeat Fisherman's Rib. Sizes Sizes S (M - L - XL). Designed by Morgane Mathieu. Aran weight yarn.
Autumn Delights Cowl
Cowl for coffee or tea lovers with mugs with hearts and leaves in stranded colorwork. Designed by Irina Anikeeva. DK weight yarn.
Hot Beverage Beanie
Hat with steaming cups in stranded colorwork for coffee, tea, and cocoa lovers. Designed by WoollyRhinoCrafts who also sells the finished hats. Worsted weight yarn.
Hat with COFFEE spelled out in stranded colorwork. Designed by LadyJayCrochet who allows you to sell the finished hats. Super Bulky weight yarn.
Kitchen Set: Tea, Coffee, and Sugar Labels
Includes patterns for two pretty and useful washcloths, and a set of jar labels (tea, coffee, sugar). Suitable for a beginner according to the designer, this would be a good introduction to knitting from a chart. Designed by Sarah Murray. DK weight yarn.
The unique cabled letters spell out “coffee” and “tea” in cursive in these statement cup cosies. Knit with 50 (55) yds sport-weight yarn. Fastened with ties to adapt to different sized mugs,