Basket Stitich Coffee Cup Holder

from Purple Pebble

Basket Stitich Coffee Cup Holder Pattern

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Crocheting: Basket Stitich Coffee Cup Holder
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Crocheting

Type:

Home Decor

Item:

Kitchen Accessory

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Crochet - Tr, Slip Stitch, chain, work in the round

Pattern Description:

Round here all my local coffee shops serve lovely cappuccino's (My drug of choice) but just in cardboard cups with no holder so they burn my poor little hands. Also it seems to me that even though they are recyclable all those disposable card holders cant be too good for the environment. So why not design a re-usable holder for your takeaway beverage. All I have to do now is remember to take one with me...lol..

This pattern is fun to work, all in the round so no pesky seams. I love basket stitch, it produces the illusion of a woven fabric and makes a double thickness fabric that, unusually for crochet, is also stretchy. It's perfect for cup cosies.

I hope you enjoy making this as much as I did designing and making it.

Please note that the pattern does not include the flowers. The big flower is from a book and I don't agree with stealing other peoples hard work, and the small ones I couldn't add to my word doc as I think my work is not working very well, just look up any easy flower pattern and add if you want.

Gauge:

Not relevant to this pattern, see pattern itself.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Fits most standard takeaway coffee cups

Materials:

  • About 25g DK yarn, 4mm Crochet Hook

You Will Also Need:

  • blunt needle for sewing in ends

About Designer

About Designer

Purple Pebble on craftsy.com

Hi, I'm a crocheter and knitter knut living in London with my husband, 3 kids and two cats. I love to create new designs as well as interpreting printed ones. I never stand still and as soon as I've worked out how to make one thing I can't wait to explore the next project. I do spend time and care over my patterns and revise them if I feel they need it. All of them are written with as much detail ...

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