Nothing says fall like a warm drink. Hot chocolate bars, pumpkin spice latte or apple cider – pick your poison and then whip up a DIY flannel and felt coffee sleeve to match. These coffee sleeves are so easy to make and can be as low sew as you want them. All you need is an old flannel shirt or some felt scraps.
The key to making these fabulous hot drink koozies is getting the size right. Most disposable cups are a standard size, as our the cardboard coffee sleeves the coffee shop gives out. Start with one of these as your “pattern” and from there the possibilities are endless. Will you use flannel or felt? Embroidered trim or plain? Stenciled leaf or decorative button?
Check out this episode of DIY This With Jennifer Perkins for the complete how to of making your own coffee sleeve from an old flannel shirt. I’ve got about a gazillion scarves I want to attack now for teacher gifts. These really are simple to make and look oh so cute.
I have a really important question for you before you go. Do you spell koozie with a K or a C? I’m asking for a friend.
Want more fall crafty inspiration? Keep Reading!
Trim the Tree in Tartan Plaid – These fun DIY ornaments are made with fabric scraps. After you make your flannel coffee sleeve, save some fabric for these festive Christmas tree decorations.
Foxy Felt Coffee Sleeve – Did you see the adorable fox coffee sleeve at the end of the video? Want some more felt inspiration? Pop over to Live.Craft.Love Once upon a time I hosted a fun monthly craft event for TOMS Shoes in Austin sponsored by Darice. Over on their blog I posted tons of pictures from the event to get you inspired!
Beard for a Day Coffee Mug – Want to test out the look of that perfect beard? Grab a marker and a coffee mug and I’ll show you how.
Very cute and great DIY gift idea.
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This is so cute! My husband went to a Waldorf school growing up and did a lot of felting. I’ve always to do it! Now I have some guidance, I’ll try it out. It looks great!