My morning routine includes making some coffee in my quart sized IKEA French press, transferring it all to my big quart sized wide mouth mason jar, and taking it with me to drink at work. This worked great in the summer! But as soon as it started getting cold outside my coffee would be cold by the time I got to work. As a knitter I knew a quick knit travel cozy would do the trick, and now I’m drinking piping hot coffee despite my 25 minute walk to the office.
I added an A for Allyson to my Cozy using the Serif Uppercase Chart in the book Knitted Letters by Catherine Hirst and Erssie Major. Add your initials, some knit or crocheted flowers, a few buttons, some duplicate stitch embroidery, or just leave it plain. Whatever you do I know your morning beverage will be traveling in style!
Finished Size To cover a 32 oz wide mouth mason jar or similar jar. 8 ½” tall and 12” around.
Yarn Knits in Class Targhee Worsted, 100% Domestic Targhee Wool; 550 yds/8oz: 1 skein Truffle. Completed mason jar cozy uses about 140 yards of worsted weight yarn.
A small amount of contrasting color for letter chart, or other chart, drawstring and tassels, if desired.
Needles Set of 5 Size 6 (4 mm) double-pointed needles (dpn). Adjust needle sizes if necessary to obtain the correct gauge.
Notions Marker (m); tapestry needle.
Gauge 20 sts and 26 rows = 4″ (10 cm) in St st.
Notes Cozy is worked in the round from the bottom up.Pin It