Hootie Instant Pot Cozy

Hootie Instant Pot Cozy

Hootie Instant Pot Cozy
Hootie Instant Pot Cozy

"This little owl will bring a cheery presence to your kitchen counter. Its crocheted with worsted weight cotton yarn. While its not a beginning project, anyone who knows how to triple crochet, single crochet and read a crochet pattern can make it. It would make a great gift or for a charity gift sale. The body of the cozy is crocheted in a Triple Crochet Cluster pattern and the eye, ears, wings and forehead triangle are all completed in single crochet. The lace edging is a simple double crochet and single crochet pattern."

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge4 Cluster Rows = 3-1/2"

Finished SizeFits an Instant Pot

Materials List

  • Peaches and Creme Ocean Stripes Yarn.
  • Peaches and Creme Sea Green Solid Yarn
  • Peaches and Creme White Yarn
  • Peaches and Creme Black Yarn
  • Stitch Markers




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The project is a hoot! Im pretty sure everyone in my family--including my children and siblings--all have an Instant Pot now, and one of my nieces has actually requested one for her going off to college necessities. Mine doesnt see quite as much action as some of my daughters do, so Im working this silly thing up for myself. Yellow, white, and red trim I think!

This is down right adorable. I read the directions and it's very easy. There's nothing to a triple crochet. You just wrap the yarn one more time. People make it sound complicated but it's far from it. I want to make this for a kitchen wall hanging. It's so cute. Thank you.

The skill level for this pattern is shown as easy and you really need to know how to triple crochet, single crochet and read a crochet pattern. But a note before you begin, if you make this pattern you need to be a somewhat experienced crocheter. I would call this an Advanced Beginner Project.

Neato crochet project! So cute! While I do not have an instant pot, I am wondering if this could fit a smaller slow cooker, like a 2 quart size. This is adorable, creative,and colorful. Indeed, this would make an unexpected Christmas gift for a friend who has everything. Love those colors she chose, too.


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