Krazy About Koozies! 10 Free Crochet Patterns!

Krazy About Koozies! 10 Free Crochet Patterns

Instant gratification and a little bit of the amber brew is a must at times to keep the crochet flowing. I know working on the same project for days, weeks, or even months at a time can be a daunting task! If you’re like me, sometimes you need to take a break from a bigger project and make a few smaller, “I can actually make and finish something after all!” projects. I also have a love for all things Koozie! My poor cabinet is filled with them. Today we’re going to look at a round up of these awesome marvels of invention that keep both your beverage and hands the temperature they are meant to be.

1. Who Doesn’t Love a Little Beer with Their Patriotism?

Krazy About Koozies American Flag

Jennifer Poink’s Ravelry Download is free and soaring with the American Spirit!

 

2. Speaking of Beer… Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Krazy About Koozies St. Patrick's Day

May the luck of the Irish always be near with Strung Out On Fiber Art’s koozie pattern.

 

3. Beer Not Good Enough? Let’s Kick It Up A Notch!

Krazy About Koozies Basket Weave

This beautiful basket weave pattern can be adapted to “normal size” beverages as well as a mason jar! Oh, the memories of holding a mason jar around a bonfire on those chilly autumn evenings. Now you can hold that mountain lightning in style with Katie’s pattern on her blog Katie Cooks and Crafts.

 

4. Her Name Says It All!

Krazy About Koozies No Bees in My Beer

We’re going to step back down an alcohol level for this pattern, “No Bees In My Beer” by I Tangle My Yarn. I love this idea!

 

5. Who Doesn’t Love the Simpsons?

Krazy About Koozies Duff Beer

Annaweee’s Duff Beer Koozie is sure to spark that cartoon spirit within us all.

 

6. Avast Ye Matey’s! Talk Like A Pirate Day Shall Be Recognized!

Krazy About Koozies Pirate

September 19th is Talk Like A Pirate Day. Grab yer rum and mix ye a drink for the occasion. Yarnitect (Dana)’s Pirate Pattern also comes with a recipe for non-alcoholic strawberry lemonade.

 

7. What’s A Good Beer Without a Mug?

Krazy About Koozies Beer Mug

Having frozen mugs at home is not that common around here, but you can’t dismiss that undeniable luxury of having the coldest of the cold. This pattern allows you to have the best of both worlds. Keep your bottled beer cold with this Beer Mug Beer Cozy Pattern from You Should Craft.

 

8. Beer and the Outdoors Go Hand in Hand! (Pun Intended!)

Krazy About Koozies Beverage Mitten

Jennifer Gregory over at Niftynnifer’s Crochet and Crafts has this awesome Beverage Cozy Mitt pattern. Never drop your beer in chilly weather again!

 

9. Another “Can’t Have One Without The Other” is Beer and Football

Krazy About Koozies Football Applique

This Game Day Pattern by Swirls and Sprinkles opens up endless color combinations for any team imaginable. Her applique pattern looks like it would be mighty awesome on some other projects as well!

 

10. “Touchdown!”

Krazy About Koozies Touchdown

Not sure what team your gift receiver may be a fan of? Never fear, the pigskin koozie is here! Alicia Kachmar’s Touchdown Pattern may be one of my favorites on this list. That may be in part to her honoring the same team preference as I, but hey, who’s telling?

 

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Happy Hooking!

 

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