This adorable Bear Soup Bowl Cozy was designed with my picky eater in mind, in hopes that fun soup bowl cozies would entice her to try more foods! My favorite part of making these was I could lounge in front of the tv, stitch these up, and be ready to have soup for lunch! The other great thing about this cozy is that it can really be used for anything you put in a bowl, including ice cream and cereal!
This Ice Cream Cozy is a fan favorite. You can finally enjoy your ice cream right out of the pint carton without having to transfer the ice cream, or even sorbet, into a bowl. Furthermore, it keeps your hands warm which is due to having used bulky and velvet yarn. It is super soft, functional and cozy. In addition, the Ice Cream cozy has a handle such that you can wrap it around your hands and the ice cream won't fall. And did I mention it is easy as it only uses single crochet stitches?
I’m of the belief that every person has that one food that they make best. Me? I’m a soup girl. I love how soup comes together. It's not super glamorous or showy. It just is. Just a little bit of this and a little bit of that. A good long simmer on a cold, winter afternoon. And then… it hits you. It makes me want to cuddle up under a blanket in my favorite chair. To fill up a soup mug with this delicious soup mug cozy and take a very long, deep breath. And suddenly all is right with the world. And it is good.
Microwaveable crochet bowl cozies had their moment in 2018 and I thought they were a brilliant idea. After searching for the perfect free pattern for a bowl cover that would fit my Corelle dinnerware I finally decided to just design my own. This simple bowl cozy pattern is easy enough for a beginner and will fit any standard size Corelle brand bowl. Materials One small 2.5 oz ball of cotton yarn (I used Peaches and Cream in Rosemary) 4.25 mm G hook Scissors Needle for weaving in ends Stitches used: magic circle half double crochet single crochet (front loop only)
I've been making lots of soup lately and microwaving leftovers for lunch. Those bowls sure get hot! A couple weeks ago I saw microwavable bowl cozies made out of fabric to save your hands from those hot bowls. It seemed to me that I could crochet and knit some, so I did!
- Designed by: Jennifer Pionk
If you’re looking for a new and fun project to make, you have to check out this cabled cosy drink mitt by Jennifer Pionk! It’s genius! Such a simple and fun project, that can be made in a heartbeat. What’s more, you can be pretty sure that your hands won’t be cold this upcoming winter time.
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