Baby Bean Stitch Coffee Cup Sleeve

Baby Bean Stitch Coffee Cup Sleeve

Baby Bean Stitch Coffee Cup Sleeve
Baby Bean Stitch Coffee Cup Sleeve

"Gauge approximately 7 rows in 2 inches; 4 baby bean stitch sets in 2 inches You can substitute any yarn and hook for this stitch pattern – just remember when you substitute if your gauge is different, the finished size of your project will also be different. This is the first of 3 stashbuster projects I will be sharing featuring the baby bean stitch. This fun textured stitch is easy to crochet and makes a lovely somewhat dense fabric. Let’s use up some of our leftovers! Have fun with your yarn, Rhondda"

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet Hook4.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge7 rows in 2 inches; 4 baby bean stitch sets in 2 inches

Finished Size8.5 inches by 3.25 inches

Materials List

  • Premier Yarns Sweet Roll

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Blame it on living in and near university towns, but Dear Hubby and I love hanging out at local coffee shops. Theres usually free wifi, plenty of older folks around, and we can linger over my herb tea and his coffee without danger of being tossed out! I usually bring my crochet Go Bag, and one of my favorite projects to make are cup cozies. This Bean Stitch variation is downloadable, but be sure to read the Special Notes. Theres a chart, too, to help with hook placement.

This is so cute and useful. I have made so many all ready. But then my grand daughter reminded me that cold drinks need sleeves also. Not only are they cold to hold, but they sweat as the ice melts. This would solve both problems at once. Thanks for sharing this.

Aren't granddaughters the best? They obviously take after their grandmas.

How cute is this?! I do not know why this is called the "baby" bean stitch as opposed to the bean stitch. Perhaps somebody knows the answer. In any case, craft fair ladies- here is a super offering for your table. It works up fast, takes a small amount of yarn (hence, not a lot of money), and you can sell it for a fair price!


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