It’s fall, and it’s the time of year that I love a warm drink. Let’s face it, I love coffee any time of year, but it’s especially delicious during the fall and winter when it’s cool outside. For those of you who aren’t sure if I’m a total nerd, I’ll let you know that I am by revealing that I keep a coffee sleeve in my purse. And I like to have a collection of them that depends on my mood. So the easiest way to do that is to make them myself! I think everyone should make a drink sleeve, and that includes you. For 14 DIY coffee sleeve ideas, scroll down!
Make a DIY Coffee Sleeve
This project gives you two options for making a sleeve from a sweater, and one is no-sew.
Use scraps from up to 12 different fabrics to make this whimsical cozy.
If you love sock monkeys as much as I do, then this pattern is a must do.
Turn an old sweater into a coffee sleeve wth some simple sewing.
If you want people to notice your sleeve, make it out of felt, in a raccoon shape and in bold colors.
These cozys are more awesome than a regular knitted cozy becuase of the addition of a storage pocket.
If you are a fan of pumpkin spiced lattes, this is the perfect sleeve for you.
Leather makes a perfect insulated sleeve that guys will love.
With some basic sewing skills, you can make this coffee sleeve – I especially love the bias tape on the top and bottom.
Did the dryer eat your laundry again? Turn a sock into a coffee cozy in a few simple steps.
Find out how at Lilyshop
Cut a piece of felt and have the kids embroider for a perfect gift for dad.
This pencil sleeve is totally amazing and perfect for the teacher in your life.
Hold your coffee without actually having to touch the hot cup.