This easy cable crochet cafetiere cosy is the perfect accessory to the easy cable mug cosy that I released as a free pattern last week. It uses the same crochet cable stitch as the mug cosy so you can reference the youtube tutorial to check where you should place your stitches.
I made both cosies in this lovely mellow yellow Stylecraft Belissma but you can mix and matchto create a beautifully bright and warm coffee table.
2 x 1.5 cm diameter “handmade with love” buttons
It will fit a standard 2 cup cafetiere. (diameter approx. 10 cm, depth approx. 15 cm)
If you have a larger cafetiere, you can make this cosy fit by adding extra dcs at the start and finish of each row and/or by repeating cable pattern more times.
The pattern is written using UK terminology, for a conversion chart to US terminology click this link.
Dc – Double crochet
Fpdc – Front post double crochet
Fptr – Front post treble
Fpdtr – Front post double treble
Foundation: Chain 51.
Row 1: Dc in second chain from hook, then dc across. (50)
Row 2: 50fptr. (50)
Row 3: Dc, fptr over dc in row 2, dc, 4fptr over fptrs in row 2, dc, fptr over fptr in row 2, dc. 5 times. Turn. (50)
Row 4: Dc across. (50)
Row 5: Dc, fptr over fptr in row 4, dc, 4fptr over 4fptr in row 4, dc, fptr over fptr in row 4, dc. 50 times. Turn. (50)
Row 6: Dc across. (50)
The cable cross over occurs in Row 7.
Row 7: Dc, fptr over fptr in row 5, dc, skip 2 and work 2fpdtr over fptr in row 5, then work into the 2 fptr you skipped – 2fpdtr over fptr in row 5, dc, fptr over fptr in row 5, dc. Turn. (50)
Row 8: Dc across. (50).
Row 9: Dc, fptr over fptr in row 7, dc, 4 fptr over fptr in row 7, dc, fptr over fptr in row 7, dc. Turn. (50)
Tip: On row 9 when working the centre 4fptr, you may still be working behind the cable cross over, so pay extra attention to where you place your stitches.
Repeat Rows 4 to 9 tree times.
The top – These final rows make the edging the matching the edging at the bottome.
Row 1: Dc across. (50)
Row 2: Dc, fptr over fptr in row 9, dc, 4fptr over 4fptr in row 9, dc, fptr over fptr in row 9, dc. 50 times. Turn. (50)
Row 3: 50 fpdc. (50).
Join the top two stitches of each side.
Then position the buttons so that one is in the centre of the handle opening and another is below the handle. Sew the button into place.
For the button holes: For each button. In the opposite side to the button, make 1 dc, then ch 5 and slip stitch next to the dc. Finish off.
I hope you enjoyed this cafetiere pattern. Please share your makes with me on social media:
Tag me on Instagram [crochet_cloudberry]
Link your finished crochet square as a project to my ravelry page [Cat Venner]
Share on Facebook [@CrochetCloudberry]
Or just follow Crochet Cloudberry on Pinterest [Crochet Cloudberry]
This pattern is part of the winter hygge blog hop and pattern bundle run by Janne at Joy of Motion crochet. On 16th November 2020, you can download this pattern for free by using the code “November20”. Or if a blog hop is not for you can get all the patterns in a discounted pattern bundle. (affliate link)
As with all my free patterns please feel free to make and sell the crochet items, however, please credit me as the designer where possible and do not sell the pattern itself.