Cup Cozy – Valentine DIY

I discovered a new coffee shop last week! 

It’s called Gaia Java Coffee Company and it’s has the best cappuccino and lemon squares!

I made this DIY cup cozy which will go great with my takeout coffee cups from my new go-to coffee shop!

 

Cup Cozy for Valentine's Day from Setting for Four #diy #knitting #cup #cozy

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This is a great Valentine gift idea!

 

 

How to make:

Supplies:

Pink Yarn

White Felt

Embroidery Floss in Pink and light Green

Button

Tutorial:

Knit cup cozy ‘in the round’ with pink yarn. See my DIY Cup Cozy Tutorial.

Cut out a heart from the white felt to the size you want.

Stitch on the felt heart to the cup cozy with pink embroidery floss.

Sew button onto corner of felt heart.

Sew on ‘xoxo’ with green embroidery floss.

Mug cozy DIY:020

Mug Cozy for Valentine's Day from Setting for Four #diy #knit #mug #cozy

 

Knitted Cup Cozy from Setting for Four #valentine #craft #cup #cozy

What I love about the Gaia Java Coffee Company the most is that they have a jazz musician every Friday night!

I think I’ll take my hubs there for ‘date night’ this Friday and chillax listening to some jazz, sipping on some coffee, for an early Valentine’s Day date!

Are you doing something special for Valentine’s Day?

If you like cup cozies take a look at this DIY Mug Cozy!

Cup Cozy DIY from Setting for Four #knit #cup #cozy #diy

and this DIY Cashmere Cup Cozy!

DIY Cashmere Cup Cozy from Setting for Four

I hope you enjoyed my Easy DIY Valentine Cup Cozy Tutorial! Happy Valentine’s Day!

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Comments

  1. Kelly @ JAX does design says

    Cute! I don’t drink coffee, but I think this would make a pretty fantastic hot chocolate cozy :-)

    Where’s Gaia Java Coffee Company? I’ve never heard of it.

    No plans yet for Valentine’s Day. Last year hubby and I walked along the canal and had dinner at a place on Somerset. It was fun & different :-)

  2. Leisa B says

    How lovely! Such a cute idea–and so simple… I may make a few of these as Valentine’s Day gifts for some friends–thank you for the inspiration! :-)

  3. Rena C says

    This is so cute. I love that its pink.

    Not sure if anyone mentioned this to you but the pinterest button rollover is hiding your “Or follow along with me here !” I tried to like you on fb but I keep getting the pinterest button.

  4. Jana Smith says

    The link that is by the pink one leads to instructions for the mug one. Is there somewhere else you have the instructions posted? Soo cute! Thanks!

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