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In this ‘soup-er’ collection of 10 free crochet soup bowl cozy patterns, you’ll find functional and fun cozies to use in your kitchen every day.
I never realized what an amazing addition to crochet soup bowl cozies could be to my kitchen. That is, until I made my first one. It was a game-changer!
No more racing across the kitchen from the microwave to the table with a hot bowl because my hands were burning. I think we’ve all been there, right? LOL.
At this point, having cotton bowl cozies readily accessible has become a staple in my kitchen. Everyone in my family now loves them and uses them all the time.
And who says you just have to use bow cozies for warm soups or a hot meal? You can also totally use them for ice cream. I sure do that. It’s important to keep your hands away from the heat or the icy cold temperatures.
I personally never used hot pads or pot holders that much. I always preferred a cozy as they typically have handles to carry the cozy with my bowl of chili, ice cream or a cereal bowl if I’m fancy.
Table of contents
- 10 Free Crochet Bowl Cozy Patterns
- THE CROCHET CLUB – CROCHET PATTERN, TIPS & TUTORIAL VAULT
10 Free Crochet Bowl Cozy Patterns
With this variety of microwave bowl cozy crochet patterns, you’re sure to find one that’s perfect for your style and needs.
Maybe you are looking for something functional – a soup bowl with handles, perhaps?
Or maybe you are looking for something fun and cute – a teddy bear bowl cozy, maybe?
With this ‘soup-er’ collection of quick and easy bowl cozy crochet patterns, you’re sure to find one to suit your fancy.
A note on crochet bowl cozies:
While I personally do not recommend microwaving ANY yarn, whether it’s cotton or acrylic, some people will say that microwaving cotton yarn is fine. I do know some that use cotton cozies in their microwave all the time without issue. So I would say to microwave a cotton cozy at your own discretion. But NEVER put acrylic yarn in the microwave as it could melt.
Details on Crochet Bowl Patterns
A typical cozy crochet pattern for a bowl is made medium worsted weight yarn and a 4 or 5 mm crochet hook (use the hook size mentioned in the pattern), but you can totally use lighter or heavier weighted yarn as well. The amazing thing is that most patterns only use one skein if it’s a solid colored pattern.
Furthermore, you’ll notice that most bowl cozies are made from the bottom up in continuous rounds starting with a magic circle or magic ring.
No matter which pattern you pick, they all make the perfect gift, can be made in a variety of colors, and can be made for a standard size bowl or a taller bowl. But the bowl sizes do matter, so some of the patterns below are for the standard size and some for larger bowls.
Maybe your next project will be a bowl cozy crochet pattern. Take a look and see if you find one that speaks to you and crochet a bowl cozy pattern for your favorite soup or even for Christmas.
Easy Crochet Bowl Cozy Pattern
This bowl cozy pattern has been a favorite in my household for a long time! It has also been a favorite of many of my followers as well.
This particular bowl cozy features square edges that you can use as ‘handles’. Since this uses just basic stitches, this makes a really simple and quick make if you need a last-minute gift which is also a great seller at craft fairs.
The free crochet pattern with video tutorial is AVAILABLE ON MY BLOG.
Large Bowl Cozy for a Taller Bowl
So this bowl cozy pattern is actually a modified version of the bowl cozy feature above. I had many requests to design a larger, deeper cozy for bigger bowls. This is the result.
This one will fit the bowls that are 7.5 inches in diameter. And just like the bowl cozy above, this also features square edges to use as handles.
FOLLOW THIS LINK for the free pattern with a detailed video tutorial on my blog.
Crochet Microwave Bowl Cozy with Pockets
My favorite feature of the bowl cozy is that it has pockets! Who says we can only have pockets on our jeans or sweaters? I think having a pocket on the bowl cozy is super handy. Use it for crackers or napkins.
This bowl cozy also features handles, which is another bonus for me. It definitely makes transporting my hot bowl a lot easier.
CLICK HERE for the free crochet pattern.
Bear Soup Bowl Cozy
Ok, but this bear bowl cozy is just adorable! What a fun way to serve a hot bowl of soup…or anything, really!
Do you have a picky eater? This may be a fun way to encourage them to eat their meals. You don’t have to serve a hot meal in the bowl cozy – you could serve any meal in this just because it’s cute!
You can find this pattern for free ON THIS WEBSITE.
Bobble Bowl Cozy
This bowl cozy features a series of bobbles for some added dimension. They also serve as a thicker barrier between the hot bowl and your hands.
The designer does give instructions on how to size this to fit your own bowls as well. This pattern is a free download on Ravelry.
FOLLOW THIS LINK for the free crochet pattern.
Flower Bowl Cozy
This flower bowl cozy is so bright and cheerful! These long winter days can be dark and cold. Use this pretty flower bowl cozy on a warm bowl of soup to brighten your day.
This free bowl cozy pattern is worked using two strands of yarn. The designer does give instructions on how to size this to fit your bow.
CLICK HERE for the free pattern.
Double Layered Bowl Cozy
This double-layered bowl features scalloped edges as well as handles.
I love that the scalloped edges kind of make it look like a flower. And bonus points for the handles! They definitely make transporting your bowl of soup easier.
Check out the free pattern ON THIS WEBSITE.
Simple Bowl Cozy With Handles
This simple crochet soup bowl cozy is worked using just basic stitches and features handles on either side.
Since this pattern is simple, it works up pretty quickly plus it’s a great stash buster! This pattern is a free download on Ravelry.
FOLLOW THIS LINK for the free crochet pattern.
The 15-Minute Soup Bowl Cozy
Just as it’s name e suggests, this bowl cozy can be worked up in just 15 minutes! If you’re looking for a quick gift or a stash-busting project, this is a great pattern for that.
This pattern is worked using two strands of yarn. Please note, that this pattern does call for acrylic yarn. If you plan on using this in the microwave, please be sure to use cotton yarn instead!
You can get this free crochet pattern BY CLICKING HERE.
Spiral Bowl Cozy
This bowl cozy features a fun spiral pattern. First, you’ll start by working joined rounds for the bottom, but then the rest of the bowl cozy will be worked in continuous rounds.
This bowl cozy is made using worsted-weight cotton yarn.
You can get the free pattern BY CLICKING HERE.
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THE CROCHET CLUB – CROCHET PATTERN, TIPS & TUTORIAL VAULT
You can have the most amazing pattern and yarn in the world, but if you don’t have the knowledge of how to crochet in a way that makes you proud, then all your work is for nothing.
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