Coffee Koozie Free Tutorial

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How would you like to make a quick and easy Coffee Koozie using a FREE pattern? The Coffee Koozie free tutorial would make a great gift!

This has to be the fastest little project I have ever made. When Fat Quarter Shop asked if I would like to take part, my answer was yes!

Coffee Koozie free tutorial

The first thing I did was pick out some batik fabrics…..that doesn’t surprise you, does it!

Coffee Koozie free tutorial

Next I sewed the pieces together.

Coffee Koozie free tutorial

There is a template in the pattern, I think I made this in less than 15 minutes!

Coffee Koozie free tutorial

Now I know this is supposed to be a coffee koozie and I will use it for that this fall but right now I’m constantly carrying around a glass of water so I can make sure to drink 8 glasses a day and this little koozie works perfectly for that!

Coffee Koozie free tutorial

I had to show you the backside, so cute!

Coffee Koozie free tutorial

Be sure to stop by Fat Quarter Shop’s blog to see other versions of this cute coffee koozie. Lots of bloggers took part in this!
You can get the FREE Coffee Koozie pattern here.
Coffee Koozie free tutorial
Kimberly Jolly from Fat Quarter Shop will also show you how to make this cute coffee koozie in less than 5 minutes! You can also watch the video on YouTube.

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  2. Deb@asimplelifequilts says:

    Thanks for sharing Connie! This will be perfect fun gift for my coffee loving friends. Love your colors.

  3. Que lindo, me encantó para el frio o el calor, así las manos están protegidas.

  4. It looks beautiful in batiks too!