Bundle Up Your Hot Drinks in a DIY Felted Wool Cup Cozy

Oh my gosh, the first winter storm of the year. Beautiful white snow covering everything!


Definitely time to bring out those cute sweaters and bundle up. How about wrapping up your favorite winter drink cup in a cozy sweater, too?


Perfect for my coffee cup as we watch Cooper’s state playoff football game in Burns today. Eleven degrees here as I write, Brrrrrrrrrr! But it’s a beautiful, blue sky day and the temperature is supposed to get all the way up in the balmy 20’s. Please send out  good thoughts into the universe for the Union/Cove boys to play hard and win today at 1:00 Pacific time. Even though Burns is undefeated this season, our boys only have one loss and there is every reason they can win today and advance to the final rounds of the playoffs. Go Wildcats!!!

In other news:

Thank you for all of your pins and comments on last week’s Thanksgiving wreath project.


This week’s winner of The Refashion Handbook is….

Margaret Winters!

Please send your mailing address to bhunting@eoni.com and I’ll get it out to you ASAP.

The Refashion Handbook

To be entered to win next week’s book giveaway, just click here to take a look at the Cup Cozy Tutorial over at eHow, pin it to one of your Pinterest boards and make a comment. I’ll announce the winner here next Saturday.


Have a wonderful day!!!


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About The Renegade Seamstress

I'm a busy wife, mom, grandma, and teacher who loves to create. I've joined the refashion scene and I 'd like to share and connect with all those talented and creative people out there doing similar things.
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44 Responses to Bundle Up Your Hot Drinks in a DIY Felted Wool Cup Cozy

  1. Sonja says:

    Looks so cute!

  2. Mother Deer says:

    Cute idea! Good luck at the game 🙂

  3. M E Cheshier says:

    Love this idea!

  4. Nikitaland says:

    I pinned it! Yeah! What a cute idea, but then again, everything you do is wonderful! 🙂

  5. Robin D says:

    Awesome tutorial. Thank you. I have pinned it.

  6. Debbie says:

    What a cute and cozy idea, love the home and nature made buttons. I keep waiting patiently for my name to be drawn for your book😀

  7. Janice says:

    i made your wreath today but had do much extra fabric that I think I got the wrong fixed wreath. Can you post the size of the wreath in your instructions? Bought your book–love it!

  8. Just found your blog recently and Love it!!! This is such a cute idea! Thanks for sharing :). Karen

  9. debbielynne says:

    Pinned it – what a cute and easy DIY craft!

  10. Amanda says:

    The project is a MUST! This book looks fabulous!

  11. duchick says:

    I love giving new purpose to old things. It takes care of so many issues. Now felted wool is something I haven’t had the chance to work with and I’d love to give it a try! I’m going to put this on my next GoodWill shopping list. I pinned the post here on my sewing board: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/124974958385412789/

  12. Dawn Jones says:

    So very cute. I pinned it. Thanks for the chance to win!

  13. Tabitha Klucking says:

    I pinned it (as kluckingbear). I just love your projects!

  14. So cute…love the buttons your husband assissted in making. These would make great liittle gifts for the neighbors, friends you watch football with, or anyone you know that likes hot drinks. Next trip to the thrift store I’ll be looking for wool!!

  15. Trish F says:

    I pinned here: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/78461218483990086/. Thanks for the chance to win the book.

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