Crochet Frankenstein Coffee Sleeve | Halloween Crochet

Updated: Feb 5

Hello, hi & welcome back! Today I'm excited to share my Frankenstein Coffee Sleeve Pattern! He is a cozy Halloween-themed sweater for your favorite mug! This pattern works up quickly and is the perfect creepy-themed gift (he's so cute though).

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Materials (affiliate links):

Stitches:

  • Chain

  • SC - Single Crochet

  • Drop Stitch (we will just be dropping to the row directly beneath the working row)


* indicates repeat until the end of the row.

*This pattern is designed to fit a standard Starbucks reusable mug.




Coffee Sleeve Base:

With purple, chain 35

Rows 1-4: SC in each stitch, chain 1 (34 stitches)

on the last stitch of the 4th row, switch to green leaving a long purple tail

Rows 5-13: SC in each stitch, chain 1 (34 stitches)

on the last stitch of the 13th row, switch to black leaving a long green tail

Row 14: SC in the first 3 stitches, drop stitch in the next*, chain 1 (34 stitches)

Row 15: SC in each stitch, chain 1 (34 stitches)

Tie off with a long black tail.



Join:

Turn the side you like best to the inside and stitch the ends together using the corresponding long tail colors. Tie off and trim any excess yarn. Turn right side out.




Face:

Secure the eyes; I used a wire cutter to snip the excess plastic from the eye posts. This helps the eyes to lay flatter against your mug.

Using a yarn needle and black yarn stitch on a cute little mouth.




Don't forget to pin this pattern for later!


I hope you have enjoyed creating with me!

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(You are welcome to make and sell items using my patterns but do not use my pattern and/or pictures and claim them as your own creations.Clearly credit the design to me and provide a link back to my pattern. Permission is not granted for mass production or factory manufacturing of any kind.)


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