How to make a reusable coffee cup sleeve with a snap closure. This easy free pattern will help you make some easy gifts for the holidays!
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I was considering what to do for a cute and easy sewing gift, and decided a coffee cozy would be PERFECT. They’re simple to make, even for a beginner, and don’t take a lot of fabric.
For mine, I used a snap to close it, but you could also use a button. I like that they are a great way to protect your hands when you have a hot cup without using a disposable cardboard cozy.
Supplies to Make a Coffee Sleeve
- Flannel fabric
- Free coffee cozy pattern or make your own.
- Snaps and snap pliers (or use a button)
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How to Make a Coffee Cozy
Learn how to sew a coffee cozy in this video or scroll below for a photo tutorial.
Step 1: Cut two layers of flannel in the shape of your pattern.
Step 2: Face right sides together. Pin.
Step 3: Sew around, leaving an area to turn and top stitch.
Step 4: Turn. Iron.
Step 5: Top stitch.
Step 6: Add snap. This is a post about how to install snaps if you’re not familiar with the process.
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