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How to Make a Cup Cozy on the Sentro Knitting Machine

Good day, Crafties! I hope that all of your making has been happy!


Today's post/tutorial has been made possible by my dear supporters who've been shopping my merch. In January this year, I made good on a promise to revitalize my merch store once I hit 10k on YouTube. The overall input and support of my community has been great, as I've started to make sales there for the first time since 2018.


As you all know, I've been going through a dental ordeal since my accidental fall in September 2022, so this extra support has been essential to me. It is my hope that I'll be able to afford the oral surgery to replace my front tooth by the end of this year. I wouldn't be able to continue on with my content without y'all. So thank you again!


You can find my merch shop via the ' Merch ' tab at the top of this page.


Taking that into consideration, I thought I'd do a tutorial and maker notes on how to make cup cozies. As it were, my coffee cups are the most popular item in store so, why not make some cute accessories to compliment them? These quick items are great for stocking inventory and can be made really with any yarn that works in the Sentro knitting machine. So, without further adieu, let's dive in.


Materials Needed


Yarn - I preferred a wool for this and used Lion Brand's Fisherman's Wool in the colorway Brown Heather



4.00mm crochet hook


A Button


Scissors


Measuring Tape



Darning Needle


Maker Notes


First and foremost, your average coffee mug measures 8 inches in circumference. Considering the fiber used, I opted to knit 7 inches of fabric.


Though you'll only crank out 7 inches, the product will stretch an additional 4 - 5 inches.



This came up to 42 rows on my machine.


Pro-Tip: When using a 4 weight yarn on the Sentro, 1 inch = 6 rows. (7 x 6 = 42 rows)


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Happy Making!




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