Christmas Craft Along: Coffee Cozy DIY

Hi Friends!!
Welcome to the second week of Christmas Craft Along! Last week you guys linked up the cutest projects! Lets do it again today!
Here’s mine:
Supplies List:
-A cardboard coffee cozy from your local coffee shop or Starbucks
-1/8 yard of fabric
-1/8 yard of felt or fleece
-1 button
-A piece of elasticPhotobucket
Stack your felt & fabric and cut using the coffee cozy as a pattern. Leave an extra 1/4″-1/2″ on the top and bottom (as pictured below).
Place the fabric & felt right sides together and sew around three of the four edges. Leave one side open and turn right sides out. Tuck the fabric under to hide the raw edges on the side that was left open for turning and press.
Make a loop with your elastic and place the ends in the center of your open end. Pin in place and top stitch over the fabric, elastic, and felt.
On the other end of your coffee cozy, hand sew your button on.
Wrap it around your hot (or cold!) drink & you’re good to go!
Isn’t this a fun & easy stocking stuffer?

Gift Tip: Giving Starbuck’s gift cards this Christmas?? Put the card inside the cup with some fun confetti/tinsel and put the coffee cuff on the outside. Cute, huh?

Link up any fun Christmas projects & spread the word my grabbing my button on the top of this post!


10 thoughts on “Christmas Craft Along: Coffee Cozy DIY

  1. I was just thinking about making a coffee cozy…and here’s your DIY! Definitely will have to give it a try soon. Any ideas for a manly version? I’m giving my brother-in-law a Starbucks GC for Christmas, and I’d love to make a guy-friendly version. I guess I could just do a solid fabric…

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