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Crochet Breast Cancer Ribbon Cup Cozy

Introducing the Crochet Breast Cancer Ribbon Cup Cozy, a unique and meaningful accessory that combines style with a powerful message of support. This cozy is not just your ordinary cup sleeve; it is a symbol of solidarity and a reminder of the strength and resilience of those affected by breast cancer. Handcrafted with love and care, this cozy features a delicate crochet pattern that beautifully showcases the iconic breast cancer ribbon. Crafted using soft and durable yarn, this cup cozy provides a comfortable grip while insulating your beverage, keeping it warm or cold for longer periods. The intricate crochet design adds a touch of elegance and sophistication to your favorite cup, making it a conversation starter wherever you go. Whether you're enjoying a hot cup of coffee in the morning or sipping on a refreshing iced tea in the afternoon, this cozy will not only protect your hands from the heat or cold but also serve as a constant reminder of the importance of breast cancer awareness.

Here’s what I used…

  1. White and pink yarn (My favorite brands are Lily Sugar N’ Cream Yarn or Bernat 100% cotton)
  2. 5 MM Hook


  • Starting with your white yarn, make a slip knot and chain 33
  • Slip stitch into the fist stitch you made, carful not to twist the chain
  • Half double crochet into each stitch until you get back around, slip stitch into the 2nd stitch up to secure your first round
  • Do this for one more round, then switch from white to pink yarn
  • Chain up 9, slip stitch into the 3rd stitch away from the chain space, do this all the way around
  • Chain up 5
  • Twist the first loop you made into a ribbon shape and single crochet 2 times into the chain space, then chain 1
  • Continue this all the way around
  • Slip stitch into the 4th stitch up (from our initial 5 chains)
  • Switch back to white yarn
  • Half double crochet into each stitch all the way around and slip stitch into the top stitch of your initial half double crochet to join the two sides together.
  • Do this one more time before finishing with your final slip stitch. Tuck in any loose ends

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