Coffee Queen Cozy Cup

We all loves Cozy Cups and Embroidery!

On this pdf you will learn how to knit this cozy cup using a very simple knitting stitch and how to make the embroidery tag, if you are beginner and want to learn how to start embroidery, this pattern is just perfect for you!

This pdf pattern include step by step instructions and photo tutorial for your embroidery tag and also how to sew and finish all the pretty details!

Grab your favorite hot drink and use your new Cozy Cup or make a few of them to gift to your loves ones! Enjoy!

knitting cozy cup with embroidery letters coffee queen

Finished Size:
Wide: 3.5” (9cm)
Long: 9.5” (24cm)

Materials:
Yarn
35 yds of sock weight yarn
Shown in Liliacraftparty Yarn – Superwash sock – fingering weight yarn (100% Superwash Merino) 400m/437yds = 100g Coloway: Aztec Gold
Yarn available at www.liliacraftparty.com
If you wish to use any other color of Liliacraftparty Hand Dyed Yarns, see all colors available at www.liliacraftparty.com or contact me at liliavanini@live.com

Needles
US 3.25mm needles

Notions
Small piece of felt in light pink (or your favorite color)
Small piece of white or natural color cotton fabric
Sharp needle for embroidery
Embroidery Floss – Black
Black Pen or pencil
Yarn needle

Gauge:
32 stitches & 38 rows in stocking stitch = 4” (10cm)

Instructions:
CO 23 sts.
Work 4 rows of stocking stitch
Row 1 (RS): *k1, p1, repeat from* to last st, k1
Repeat row 1 until you have 9”(23cm) from cast on edge
Work 4 rows of stocking stitch
BO and weave in ends.

Embroidery Tag:
Cut a piece of the cotton fabric (natural color), approx. 2”(5cm)x 3”(8cm)
Cut a piece of felt fabric (pink color), approx. 1”(2.5cm) x 0.75”(2cm), fold this small rectangle in half and cut a heart form, place the small heart on white cotton and sew it with black thread and small stitches, as you see on the picture.
With black pen or pencil, write:
“Coffee Queen” and proceed with your embroidery, instructions on next page.

Embroidery:
Stem Stitch
We going to use Stem Stitch for our letter embroidery, this stitch is very easy, creates a thin line and can be used to outline embroidery shapes like letters, flowers, plants, and a variety of other applications

To work Stem stitch bring your needle up through the fabric where you want to start your embroidery (picture 1), *insert the needle one stitch length away from beginning point (picture 2), come back up in half between beginning and end of first stitch (picture 3), repeat from* (pictures 4, 5 and 6), following the form of the letters, this mean that you will have to follow a little curves to form the letters, do not be afraid to do it.

Place the tag on one side of cozy cup, fold edges inside and pin it (picture 1), with black embroidery thread work small diagonal stitches all around (picture 2)

Finishing: With small sewing stitches join the two ends corners, leave the opening as you see in the picture, introduce your cozy cup and enjoy your hot coffee or favorite hot drink!

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One Response

  1. Phyllis Garcia-Colay
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    Lilia,
    Thank you so much for sharing your talent. I really enjoyed making this cozy. I had to make some adjustments to fit my egg shaped cup but it looks great. I have pictures if you would like to see them, just email me. Have a very blessed day; and again I say thank you for sharing your talent.

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