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Crochet Happy Glamper Mug Cozy

Introducing the Crochet Happy Glamper Mug Cozy, the perfect accessory to add a touch of charm and coziness to your morning coffee routine. This delightful crochet creation is designed to fit snugly around your favorite mug, keeping your drink warm and your hands comfortable. With its vibrant colors and intricate stitch patterns, this mug cozy is sure to bring a smile to your face every time you reach for your cup. Not only does the Crochet Happy Glamper Mug Cozy add a touch of style to your morning routine, but it also makes a thoughtful and unique gift for friends and loved ones. Whether you're sipping your favorite tea or indulging in a cozy hot chocolate, this mug cozy is the perfect companion to keep your drink warm and your spirits high. So why settle for a plain old mug when you can elevate your beverage experience with the Crochet Happy Glamper Mug Cozy?


H Hook (5.0 mm)

I Love This Cotton by Hobby Lobby or similar cotton yarn


Yarn Needle to weave in ends


Fdsc — foundation single crochet

Ch — chain

Hdc — half double crochet

Sl St — slip stitch

St — stitch

If you can decipher my shorthand, you have the whole pattern right in this photo!?

Pattern Notes

  • I'm a lefty, so keep that in mind when viewing any of my in-progress photos.
  • Using the foundation single crochet makes the first round much stretchier than starting with a chain. It does, however, mean you'll have to use your beginning yarn tail to seam the small gap left in the first round where you join the first and last stitches, but I think it's worth leave a slightly longer beginning tail.

Crochet Pattern

  1. Fdsc 36. Join in round with a sl st to the first fdsc. Ch 1.
  2. Hdc in every st except the last. Ch 1, turn.
  3. Hdc in each st. Ch 1, turn.
  4. Repeat Step 3 for 5 more rows.
  5. Hdc in each st until you reach the end of the row. Then Ch 1 and sl st to the first st of the current row. This creates the gap for the cup handle and re-attaches in the round. Ch 1 (do not turn).
  6. Sc in each st around. Sl st to join (or use your favorite join method to finish).


  • Cut yarn and weave in tail.
  • Use your beginning yarn tail to seam the small gap left in the foundation stitches between the first fdsc and last fdsc. Weave in the remainder of the tail.

Variation Ideas

Have a different shaped cup? Maybe a different size? This pattern is super easy to alter to fit any handled mug!

  • If your mug is shorter, do fewer hdc rows.
  • Do more hdc rows if it's taller.
  • If your mug is bigger around, do more fdsc to begin before joining in the round… Do fewer if it is narrower around.
  • If it has slanted sides instead of straight sides like my mug, you can start out with the number of foundation single crochets that fit the bottom of your cup. Then, at the end of each row, you could do two half-double crochets in the last stitch before chaining and turning. Or do two hdc in the stitches at the beginning and end of each row. Or only every other row. It totally depends on the shape of your cup, but it's completely customizable.
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