Crochet Football Field Coffee Cozy Pattern
Hello crafters! So…I can’t be the only one that obsesses about learning everything I can about new subjects that grab my interest…right? Well, as I’m sure you’ve guessed, this is what happened to me this week. My husband joined a fantasy football league along with his coworkers in his new job. Since this has piqued my curiosity about football, I went on a research-binge on American (and Canadian) football.
I know that wasn’t necessary, but I had too many questions! So here I was several hours of reading later and furiously stitching away to create a new coffee cozy design so I can gift them to my husband and his coworkers as they compete in their league.
Let’s get to it!
- Sizes “K”, “G”, and “D” hooks
- Worsted Weight yarn in desired colors
- Tapestry needle
Yarns I Used:
- Caron One Pound in Kelly Green (green)
- Loops & Threads Woolike in white
- Big Twist Yarns Premium in gingerbread (light-redish brown)
Notes and Abbreviations
- St(s) = stitch(es)
- Ch(s) = chain(s)
- Sl st = slip stitch
- Sc(s) = single crochet(s)
- Hdc(s) = half double crochet(s)
- Dc(s) = double crochet(s)
- Rep = repeat
- Rnd(s) = round(s)
- DNT = do not turn
- This cozy is made in 2 piece: the cozy (body) and the football applique.
- Numbers at the end of the instructions: In square brackets “[ ]” will be the total stitch count for that row/round.
- The first chain in each row/round does not count as your first stitch, so don’t skip your first stitch.
- An increase is 2 stitches made in the same stitch.
Crochet Football Field Coffee Cozy
Instructions for the cozy: (use green and white yarns; use the “K” and “D” hooks; use tapestry needle)
1. With the “K” hook, ch 11. Hdc 1 in the 2nd ch from the hook. Hdc 9 across. [10 sts]
2. Ch 1, turn. Hdc 10 across. [10 sts]
3-22. Rep R2. [10 sts]
23. With the white yarn and the tapestry needle, stitch across lines every 2 rows. This will create the yard lines. Note: the end zones are going to overlap at the seam.
24. Fold the cozy in half, with the back, messy side facing outward, and close the cozy, creating the seam.
25. With the “D” hook, crochet a row along each opening of the cozy. Note: this is good to tuck in yarn ends. End off.
Instructions for the football: (use gingerbread-colored yarn; use the “G” hook)
1. Ch 9. Sc 1 in the 2nd ch from the hook. Sc 1 in the next st. Hdc 1. Dc 2. Hdc 1. Sc 1. Sc 5 in the last ch, fanning around to work around the other side of the foundation chain. Sc 1 in the next st. Hdc 1. Dc 2. Hdc 1. Sc 1. Sc 4 in last st, fanning around back to the 1st st. Sl st to connect the rnd.
2. Ch 1, DNT. SC 1 in the first st. Hdc 2, sc 2, hdc 2. Sc 1. Sl st 3 in the 3 corner stitches. Sc 1 , Hdc 2, sc 2, hdc 2. Sc 1. Sl st 3 in the next 3 corner stitches, turning the piece as you go. Sl st to the 1st st. End off.
Instructions for the football details: (use white yarn; use the tapestry needle)
1. Hold the applique with one pointed end facing upward/away from you. Create the first white stripe by winding two strands over the same area.
2. Rotate the applique so that it has the pointed ends pointing to the sides. Create the center of the lace by stitching one strand across the center of the applique.
3. Rotate so the applique’s other point is facing upwards/away from you. Create the 2nd white stripe by winding 2 strands over the same area.
4. Add to the center lace by stitching across at least 4 strands to create the lace-look. End off.
5. With about 1 yard of the gingerbread-colored yarn and your tapestry needle, stitch the football applique onto your “field” cozy.
In the Field
And you’re done! With your cozy assembled, you can now use it with your coffee, tea, and cold drinks.