CROCHET: Mustache Santa Coffee Sleeve (Christmas Coffee Cozy)

Updated: Feb 5

Hello, hi & welcome back! I'm excited to share my Mustache Santa Coffee Sleeve Crochet Pattern with you! This is an OG back from 2017 when I first started writing patterns so I thought it would be a fun throwback to get us in the Holiday Spirit! This pattern works up quickly and makes the perfect holiday sweater for your mug.

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  • Chain

  • SC - Single Crochet

  • DC - Double Crochet

  • TC - Triple Crochet

  • Slip Stitch

Mustache Santa Coffee Sleeve Base:

With red, chain 35

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

On the last stitch of the 4th row, switch to black leaving a long red tail.

Rows 5-6: SC 34, chain 1 (34 stitches)

On the last stitch of the 7th row, switch to red leaving a long black tail.

Rows 7-12: SC 34, chain 1 (34 stitches)

Tie off with a long tail and pull through the last chain 1 stitch to secure.

Santa's Belt Buckle:

With gold yarn and your tapestry needle, stitch on a cute square belt buckle in the center of the black rows. Tie off and trim any excess.


With white, chain 19

  • slip stitch, slip stitch, SC, DC, DC, TC, TC, DC, slip stitch

  • slip stitch, DC, TC, TC, DC, DC, SC, slip stitch, stitch

chain 1, tie off with a long tail and pull through that chain stitch to secure.


Using our tapestry needle and the long white tail, stitch on the adorable mustache in the center above the belt buckle. Tie off and trim any excess white yarn.

Turning the right side inward, we're going to use the corresponding color long tails to stitch the rough ends of our coffee sleeve together. Tie off and trim any excess yarn. Turn right side out!

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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