Crochet Batman Coffee Cozy Pattern

Crochet Batman Coffee Cozy Pattern

Hello fellow crafters! After a week of fighting with an injured eye and seeing mostly cloudy vision, I’m still at it, making my geeky coffee cozy patterns. You can never have too much coffee… Okay, there is such a thing as too much coffee. Don’t do that. It’s bad for you. But! A little coffee here and there is pretty tasty. And using a coffee cozy with it is awesome. At this point, I’m pretty sure all my coffee cozies are turning into a dress-up game with my coffees. Which is fantastic.

This week’s dc comic cozy is Batman! It was a request from my cousin Tony, a big Batman fan. After looking through the history of Batman logos, Tony chose the 1998 logo. We’re probably partial to that one because we grew up in the 90s, but that was a good time for Batman fans. We had comics, cartoons, the Tim Burton Batman movies! Good times πŸ™‚

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Materials

Materials:

  • Size β€œK” hook and a size β€œG” hook
  • Worsted Weight yarn with your chosen colors
  • Tapestry needle to attach the Batman logo

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Yarn I Used:

  • Caron Simply Soft in black
  • Caron One Pound in Sunflower (yellow)

 

Notes and Abbreviations

Notes:

  1. This cozy is made in 2 separate pieces: the black cozy and the yellow-black Batman logo.
  2. Numbers at the end of the instructions: In brackets β€œ[ ]” will be the total stitch count for that row/round.
  3. The first chain in each row/round does not count as your first stitch, so don’t skip your first stitch.
  4. In the cozy: There will always be 4 rounds before the first increase, and 4 rounds after the first increase, and 4 rounds after the second increase (not including the increase rounds, themselves).
  5. In the logo piece: the reason there will be alternating rows of BLO and FLO stitches is because of the constant color changes; to ensure the Batman design stays visible, keeping one line of each stitch in the front of the design achieves this.
  6. In the logo piece: there will be 3-stitch increases and 2-stitch increases, labeled as 3-st inc and 2-st inc.
  7. In the logo piece: some increases (2 sts in one st below) in the shield will be split in 2 colors, so the instructions will appear like this β€” β€œ1/2 inc in red, 1/2 in yellow”, which means the first st you do for the inc will be in red and the second will be in yellow.
  8. In the logo piece: some decreases will be 3 sts in one or 2 sts in one, labeled as 3-st dec and 2-st dec.

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Abbreviations:

  • St(s) = stitch(es)
  • Ch(s) = chain(s)
  • Sl st = slip stitch
  • Sc(s) = single crochet(s)
  • Rep = repeat
  • Rnd(s) = round(s)
  • Inc = increase
  • Dec = decrease
  • FLO = front loop only
  • BLO = back loop only

Batman Graph

Instructions for the Batman Coffee Cozy

Instructions for Black Cozy: (β€œK” hook)

1. Ch 22, sl st the ends together to create a loop. [21 sts]

2. Ch 1, turn. Sc 21 around, sl st to the first sc of the rnd. [21 sts]

3. Rep R2. [21 sts]

4. Rep R2. [21 sts]

5. Rep R2. [21 sts]

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6. Ch 1, turn. *Inc 1, sc 6.* Rep from * to * two more times around. [inc rnd to 24 sts]

7. Ch 1, turn. Sc 24 around, sl st to the first sc of the rnd. [24 sts]

8. Rep R7. [24 sts]

9. Rep R7. [24 sts]

10. Rep R7. [24 sts]

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11. Ch 1, turn. *Inc 1, sc 7*. Rep from * to * two more times around, sl st to the first sc of the rnd. [inc rnd to 27 sts]

12. Ch 1, turn. Sc 27 around, sl st to the first sc of the rnd. [27 sts]

13. Rep R12. [27 sts]

14. Rep R12. [27 sts]

15. Rep R12. End off. [27 sts]

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Instructions for the Batman Logo: (β€œG” hook; remember to keep all yarn-ends to one side of the project)

1. In yellow, ch 6, turn. Sc 1 in 2nd st from the hook. Sc 4 across. [5 sts]

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Row 1

 

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Row 1

2. In yellow, ch 1, turn. One 3-st inc in the first st in the FLO. Sc 1 in the FLO in the next st. In black, sc 1 in the FLO. In yellow, sc 1 in the FLO. One 3-st inc in the FLO in the last st. (Keep the yarn end towards you.) [9 sts]

Row 2 (front view)

Row 2 (current view)

Row 2 (reference view)

Row 2 (reference view)

3. In yellow, ch 1, turn. One 3-st inc in the first st in the BLO. In black, sc 1 in the BLO. In yellow, sc 2 in the BLO. In black, sc 1 in the BLO. In yellow, sc 2 in the BLO. In black, sc 1 in the BLO. In yellow, one 3-st inc in the first st in the BLO. [13 sts]

Row 3

Row 3

4. In yellow, ch 1, turn. Inc 1 in FLO (1/2 inc in yellow, 1/2 inc in black) in the first st. In yellow, sc 2 in the FLO. In black, sc 7 in the FLO. In yellow, sc 2 in the FLO. Inc 1 in FLO (1/2 inc in black, 1/2 inc in yellow) in the last st. [15 sts]

Row 4 (current view)

Row 4 (current view)

Row 4 (reference view)

Row 4 (reference view)

5. In yellow, ch 1, turn. Inc 1 in BLO (1/2 inc in yellow, 1/2 inc in black) in the first st. In black, sc 13 in the BLO. In 1 in BLO (1/2 inc in black, 1/2 inc in yellow) in the last st. [17 sts]

Row 5

Row 5

6. In yellow, ch 1, turn. Sc 1 in the FLO in the first st. In black, sc 15 in the FLO across. In yellow, sc 1 in FLO in the last st. [17 sts]

Row 6

Row 6 (current view)

Row 6 (reference view)

Row 6 (reference view)

7. In yellow, ch 1, turn. One 2-st dec in BLO in the first st. In black, sc 2 in BLO. In yellow, sc 3 in BLO. In black, sc 3 in BLO. In yellow, sc 3 in BLO. In black, sc 2 in BLO. In yellow, one 2-st dec in BLO in the last st. [15 sts]

Row 7

Row 7

8. In yellow, ch 1, turn. One 2-st dec in FLO in the first st. In yellow, sc 1 in the FLO. In black, sc 1 in the FLO. In yellow, sc 2 in the FLO. In black, sc 3 in the FLO. In yellow, sc 2 in the FLO. In black, sc 1 in the FLO. In yellow, sc 1 in the FLO. In yellow, one 2-st dec in FLO in the last st. [13 sts]

Row 8 (current view)

Row 8 (current view)

Row 8 (reference view)

Row 8 (reference view)

9. In yellow, ch 1, turn. One 3-st dec in BLO in the first st. In yellow, sc 2 in the BLO. In black, sc 1 in the BLO. In yellow, sc 1 in the BLO. In black, sc 1 in the BlO. in yellow, sc 2 in the BLO. In yellow, one 3-st dec in the BLO in the last st. [9 sts]

Row 9

Row 9

10. In yellow, ch 1, turn. One 3-st dec in FLO in the first st. Continuing in yellow, sc 3 in the FLO. One 3-st dec in FLO in the last st. [5 sts]

Row 10 (current view)

Row 10 (current view)

Row 10 (reference view)

Row 10 (reference view)

Finishing Up!

With your Batman logo finished, you’ll be using your tapestry needle and about 1 to 1 1/2 yards of yellow yarn to stitch it on to the cozy. Tuck in your yarn ends and stitch away!

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Line up the logo so that it is one row from the top and the bottom. And now you have a Batman coffee cozy! Remember to leave me any questions below. You can also find me on the Family Craft Studio facebook, instagram, and tumblr page. Happy crafting!

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