Reusable Fabric Sewn Coffee Sleeve

Reusable Fabric Sewn Coffee Sleeve


Reusable Fabric Sewn Coffee Sleeve

You may not be able to take your favorite mug everywhere you go, but you can indulge in a hot drink guilt-free with this reusable fabric sewn coffee sleeve. Like everyone, you've more than likely heard it shouted from the mountain tops to reduce, reuse, and recycle. For the coffee-loving environmentalist and the green crafter alike, a homemade coffee sleeve is the perfect way to indulge in your favorite hot drink while keeping your hands cool and your coffee accessories eco-friendly. It's always good to go eco-friendly in as many ways as you can

Primary TechniqueSewing

Difficulty LevelEasy

Sewn byBoth Hand and Machine

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Great green project, for the rare times I go,for coffee or tea, I do feel,guilty using the coffee sleeve for such a short amount of time, and this really solves the waste....a cute gift too, you could monogram an initial or name of the gift recipient on it for even more fun! For a girlier version, add some frills or lacy trim around the edges, say for a bridal shower gift, or favors for a shower or party for coffee or tea lovers! Thanks for a super idea!

I have a tone of fabric sitting collecting dust! (My skills have been doing the same unfortunately haha) after reading through the pattern I am super pumped to break out my machine! And those pins OMG! How adorable. I alot loooooved the fact that a simple hair tie was used for the elastic ring! Thank you for sharing this with us. I can't wait to start!


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