One Hour Crochet Bowl Cozy

One Hour Crochet Bowl Cozy
One Hour Crochet Bowl Cozy

"I've been making lots of soup lately and microwaving leftovers for lunch. Those bowls sure get hot! A couple weeks ago I saw microwavable bowl cozies made out of fabric to save your hands from those hot bowls. It seemed to me that I could crochet and knit some, so I did!"


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

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

Finished SizeAdjustable to most bowls

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With summer arriving (someday) this would be great to hold cold bowls of ice cream.

So I have seen the cup cozys but this is the first time seeing the bowl cozy. What a great idea. I designer sure likes them according to the number of cozies she has photographed. It is recommended to use a microwave safe yarn if planning to place on the bowl prior to cooking, would that be a cotton yarn?

Cute, novel idea. Proof that necessity is the mother of all invention.

I remember when microwaves first came on the scene and one of the selling hypes was the dishes don't get hot. Oh really? Tell that to my hands! I end up using a glove type pot holder that somehow always ends up getting the front into the contents of the bowl.

I love easy and quick to make projects. My spare time is limited and anytime I can be creative and actually finish a project in an hour I feel like I have actually accomplished something. This would actually be useful for me also. I have always just grabbed a pot holder or mandala to hold under a hot bowl.

Now why didn't I think of this? What a great idea, this One Hour Crochet Bowl Cozy is! I love it, and it's a great way to help keep the soup or what ever warm longer. I love this and the written pattern is well done. After reading the pattern I was thinking a good way to make sure a cozy would fit many different size bowls is to weave in a length of yarn around the whole top of the cozy and just pull it up tightly. I so need to make these and I know they will be used.. A great use full cozy for sure!! Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet cozy pattern.

Oh this idea is so cool. I had seen this before but I never actually made it around to making one. I am going to do it this time. The weather here is cold for use and we have been eating a lot of soups and chowders. There is nothing better than warm conch chowder on a cool chilly day.

This is one of those why havent I made this yet? projects. Ive seen fabric versions of these in country themed chain restaurants and local Amish stores, but never a crocheted version. These are worked flat and then fitted to each bowl size. The instructions are fine, but it needs more pictures, especially for the finishing portion. Im wondering if the pinched sections can be tied instead of sewn, so they could store flat, too.

I must say that this is one of the most original design ideas I have ever seen. Who even thinks of this kind of thing?! It is one of those things that we all need but never think of it until it is too late and we are yelping trying to hold onto a hot bowl straight out the microwave. This would certainly work for a dish of ice cream, too.

I need one of these today. I was just thinking the other day how I need to create some sort of customized holder for my bowls and or plates for when I eat. We are a family of sitting in front of the tv eaters and never use our table. We usually hold our hot bowls and plates with potholders that I make, but this is so much better.

This is such a cool idea, pardon the pun! The holder looks attractive and is very practical too. I think a number of them in a set of complementary colours would make a great house warming gift. I have made two of these for myself and use them every time I use the microwave.

This is great! I'm twelve different kinds of pathetic so it's hard for me to hold hot bowls. I usually leave them sitting on the counter for a long time before they're even okay to touch. I think it'd be really cute to make a bunch of these in the colors of your kitchen! I'll have to give it a try once I learn how to crochet things that are three-dimensional...


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