Crochet cozy for Beer bottles: Free pattern

Find here a Crochet cozy for beer bottles.  

The summer is almost back! That means is barbecue season here too! And who does not like to sit with friend and family and a delicious cold beer or cider! And why not to have cozy around the bottle to prevent your hands from getting cold and wet? This cozy makes a perfect gift too as it can be totally personalized.

My pattern is for the St Patrick cozy but let your imagination inspire you and make a unique cozy!

I also design a bottle and some labels that you can download and print. They make this little cozy even cutter and add a little something!

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Crochet cozy for beer bottle – St Patrick day


6” / 15 cm tall and 3.5″ / 9 cm wide when made with the indicated yarn.


• 1 type of yarn calling for 5,5 mm (US I-9) hook in 2 different colors
• Size D­3 (3.5 mm) crochet hook
• Size 7 (4.5 mm) crochet hook
• Tapestry needle

What did I use?

Worsted yarn in green and white
I used « I love this cotton ! » from Hobby Lobby in Bright green (color 54) and White (color 6)


• chain (ch)
• magic ring (mr)
• single crochet (sc)
• double crochet (dc)
• increase (inc)
• slip stitch (sl st)

Pattern: How to crochet a beer cozy?

Part 1 – The cozy:

Work in rounds, do not turn unless specified. If needed, use a stitch marker for the first stitch of each round.

With a Size 7 (4.5 mm) crochet hook and the green color:

  • Round 1: start 6 sc in a magic ring (6)
  • Round 2: inc 6 times (12 sc)
  • Round 3: [sc in next st, inc in next st] x6 (18)

Check your gauge and adapt if needed. Your circle must be around 1.25″ (3.5 cm) at this point. Don’t hesitate to contact me if you need some help.

  • Round 4: [sc in next 2 st, inc in next st] x6 (24)
  • Round 5: [sc in next 3 st, inc in next st] x6 (30)
  • Round 6: [sc in next 14 st, inc in next st] x2 (32)
  • Rounds 7 to 14: sc in all st (32)

Change to white color:

  • Rounds 15 to 25: sc in all st (32)

Change to green color:

  • Rounds 26 to 35: sc in all st (32)

Change to white color:

  • Rounds 36: sc in all st (32)

sl st in next stitch, cut and sew in the end

Part 2 – The clover:

With a Size D­ (3.5 mm) crochet hook and the green color:

  • Round 1: start 6 sc in a magic ring (6)
  • Round 2:  [sc in next st, 3 dc in next st] x3 (12)

sl st in first sc from the previous round, chain 4. Cut the yarn (keep a long tail to be able to sew the clover to the cozy). Sew the clover in the center of the cozy (in the white part).

You can also download this template for the bottle and some cute labels in order to have an original packaging. It is really simple but trust me, sometimes a cute packaging can make a big difference!


Download and print the two pdf documents. Cut the bottle and fold on both lines (it will help the bottle to stay in place in the cozy).



Cut the label or your choice et add a small piece of yarn to attach it to the bottle.

Congratulations, your cozy is ready to be used! If you made it, please be sure to tag @natalinacraft on social media with the hashtag #natalinacraft, I would love to see your work!

Do you want more free patterns? Keep in touch on my facebook page and my Instagram account for new patterns. My blog is new but more patterns will come!

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Crochet cozy for Beer bottles: Free pattern

10 thoughts on “Crochet cozy for Beer bottles: Free pattern”

  1. Oh I love this pattern! It’s so cute and functional. I think I’ll have to make it for my husband for next St. Patrick’s Day!

    1. Thank you very much! My husband loves it and my brother in law asked me to make one for him too!

      1. Very nice pattern! Easy to follow & love the pictures! I also loved the free printable tags & bottle! Thank you for this!

  2. Doris T Noblet

    My cardiologist and I were discusing the fact that I might make a trip to Ireland. Then, somehow, we discussed beer drinking. Anyway, he asked me to bring him a shamrock from Ireland. Since I’ll probably never make the trip, seeing this pattern that I could crochet for him would be the next best thing. Thank you so much!

    1. That is super sweet. I love this story! I hope he will like it and you will have a good laugh about it. Thank you!

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