Celebrate St. Paddy’s Day and keep your beer cold with an adorable bottle cozy — a leprechaun’s hat! Free crochet pattern and photo-tutorial.
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Get excited! I’m about to show you how to crochet your very own Leprechaun Hat Beer Cozy! It’s basically the world’s cutest and best St. Patrick’s Day craft.
If you want to keep your beer cold, represent leprechauns, and show everyone your St. Patrick’s Day spirit — read on my friend! 🍀
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St. Patrick’s Day is one of my favorite holidays (because of the beer) and it’s right around the corner!
My alma mater actually had a fake, early St. Patty’s day celebration called Unofficial (any University of Illinois alums out there?!) and it was AMAZING.
Basically, Unofficial was a full day of drinking, beginning with kegs & eggs and ending with a disappearing friend who fell asleep in a stranger’s car in a parking garage on campus and didn’t wander home until the next morning. Don’t worry, he’s fine.
If you have a day of drinking planned for St. Patrick’s day (it’s on Thirsty Thursday this year!), make sure you have something cute to keep your beer cold!
And no, I don’t mean one of those sh*tty cozies you get for free when you run a 5K. You know, the blue ones with some insurance guy’s logo?
It’s time to get out those crochet hooks and make yourself a custom Leprechaun Hat koozie for the big day!
I know you’re ready to rock, but make sure you’ve got the goods!! If not, head on down to JoAnn Fabrics for some supplies.
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Green, worsted weight yarn (I used Emerald from Big Twist)
A smidge of black and gold worsted weight yarn (I used Gold from Red Heart Super Saver and Black from Big Twist)
H 5.0mm crochet hook
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