Updated: Feb 5
Hello, hi & welcome back! I am so excited to bring you my Harry Potter Coffee Sleeve Crochet Pattern! Nothing gets me more into the fall spirit than listening to the Harry Potter audio books in my car. Jim Dale does such an amazing job with all of the voices, I get lost in the story every time. This HP sweater for your mug will get you into the fall spirit too! (But really, Harry Potter is amazing year-round)
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Size G (6) Crochet Hook
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Worsted Weight Yarn: maroon, gold, cream, black
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Wire Cutter (optional)
SC - Single Crochet
SC Drop Stitch (we will just be dropping to the row directly beneath the working row)
*This pattern is designed to fit a standard Starbucks reusable mug. You can easily adjust your chain stitch amount to fit the mug of your choice and increase or decrease the pattern by that amount. For instance, if 28 stitches fit around your mug you will chain 29 and each row will be 28 stitches.
Coffee Sleeve Base:
For each color change, leave a long enough tail to use for stitching a seam.
*indicates repeat until the end of the row
With maroon, chain 35
Rows 1-2: SC in each stitch, chain 1 (34 stitches)
on the last stitch of the 2nd row, switch to gold
Rows 3-4: SC in each stitch, chain 1 (34 stitches)
on the last stitch of the 4th row, switch to maroon
Rows 5-6: SC in each stitch, chain 1 (34 stitches)
on the last stitch of the 6th row, switch to beige
Rows 7-16: SC in each stitch, chain 1 (34 stitches)
on the last stitch of the 16th row, switch to black
Row 17: SC, SC drop stitch* chain 1 (34 stitch)
Row: 18: SC in each stitch, chain 1 (34 stitches)
Trim yarn and pull through the chain stitch to secure
With black, chain 44
Slip stitch into the 20th stitch from the hook and tie off with a long tail. This gives us one of the 'lenses' to work with.
Using a yarn needle and the long tail, stitch on the glasses. You want to make each lens as round as possible and the bridge will be slightly curved.
We will have 20 stitches per lens and 4 stitches for the bridge.
Using a yarn needle and gold yarn, stitch a little lightening bolt scar on his forehead.
Turn the 'right' side of the coffee sleeve in (so the glasses and scar will be on the inside) and line up the rough edges where all of your tails are.
Using a yarn needle and the long tails, stitch the ends together.
Trim any excess yarn and turn right side out.
Secure two green eyelets and trim the excess post with a wire cutter so it will lay as flat as possible against the mug.
I hope you have enjoyed creating with me!
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