"Hi, my names Katie and I have a huge love for all things crafty. What started out with paper, glue and scissors has grown uncontrollably to hooks, needles and who knows what next!
When Deanne asked me to create something for Halloween, I knew it had to be a "Mug Cosie" inspired by Deanne herself. I fell in love with these from the Quirky Boots blog and learnt to crochet, just so I could make them myself!
So here it is, a spookylicious mug cosie to adorn any party table, fill with scrummy treats or just sit back and indulge while you wait for the door bell to ring...
I hope you enjoy this pattern, do share your creations with me as I'd love to see them. And please credit where credit is due.
Wishing you all a fabulously, "Quirky" and super creative Halloween.
Katie Berberich "
Spookylicious Mug Cosie
Fill with lolly pops or other treats for the perfect table decoration, a great addition to any Halloween Party. Or simply indulge in comfort, whilst you wait for the “Trick or Treat”.
a 7mm crochet hook….
Row 1 1 Double Chain (DC) into 2nd stitch from hook, DC into next 7 stitches.
Row 2 *Chain 2, Treble into next stitch, Treble into next 6 stitches (til end).
Row 3/4 Chain 1, DC into next 8 stitches (til end)*
Row 5-22 Repeat (*-*), finishing with 2nd row of Double Chains.
Row 23 Chain 25, join with DC into 1st stitch of last (DC) row, DC into next stitch, 1 DC into each 25 stitches to create the loop and join with 7th stitch from previous row.
Fasten off and tie in ends with a wool/tapestry needle.
Attach a blue button in the centre of row 4 and thread orange lace into a bow through the 3rd row of trebles.
Katie Berberich © 2011 www.am-i-a-dreamer.blogspot.com
**I'd like to say a huge thank you to Katie for taking the time out to join in my halloween blog week x**