Coffee Koozie Tutorial with Fat Quarter Shop - The Jolly Jabber Quilting Blog

Coffee Koozie Tutorial with Fat Quarter Shop

Coffee addicts and tea lovers, rejoice! We have an easy DIY Coffee Koozie tutorial for you today. This project is so easy and fun to make! Plus, it adds extra pizzazz to your coffee or tea tumblers. 
This tutorial requires a mini charm pack, thread (Aurifil of course!), a hairband (or 3″ length of elastic), and a button to make. Kimberly chose to use the Elementary collection by Sweetwater for Moda Fabrics
We also created koozies from other collections!
Coffee Koozies in the Into The Woods Collection.
Coffee Koozies in Miss Kate and Figures collections.
Are you ready to begin your project? Download our FREE Coffee Koozie pattern, pick up your favorite mini charm pack, and watch our video tutorial with Kimberly. 
We have a few coffee and tea lovers joining us today, and they are so excited to show you their Coffee Koozie! Head on over to their blogs to see their creations. 


Don’t forget to let us know what you think of the video and project! Be sure to share your creations on our Facebook and Instagram! Happy crafting everyone!


  1. I need this for my tea mugs! I like to use mini charm packs in patchwork bags. The small packs let me sample my favorite collections without taking up a lot of space which I love!

  2. Mini's are so fun ! I like to make zipper pouches with them. So excited to see my blog on here! Like a dream come true! Thank FQS!

  3. Thanks for another fun tutorial. I love your YouTube videos!! I want to use my mini charms to make some Miss Rosie Little Bites.

  4. I have never used minis but I am definitely making this koozie this week! It's so pretty and I think it will be perfect for this fall. Might make some for my sons to give their teacher too.

  5. First of all….the mini charm packs are great for pot holders, pillows, quilts that use small pieces, and a ton of other patterns. This koozie project is probably one of my favorites. I love the idea of putting the koozie on a cup and slipping in a gift card..or the small coffee packs and syrups to give as a gift. GREAT PROJECT!

  6. Another easy to follow video, thanks Kimberley. I love minis and original charms and have quite a collection. I'm seeing co-ordinating coffee koozie and mug rug sets!!

  7. Awesome video. I like the step by step visuals. I like to use mini charms for mug rugs. So now after watching this video, I need my cup of coffee!

  8. this is so fun, Kimberly!! I haven't used mini charms *yet* but this seems like the perfect project to start with using them – I have been wanting to make some of these for a while now. thanks for the great pattern and wonderful video as always!

  9. I haven't tried mini-charm packs; I haven't even tackled any mini-quilts yet! Thank you for the unique idea on how to utilize those small squares – keep the ideas coming!

  10. The minis have become one of my favourites for little quilts and table runners. I made a Christmas runner this month with a new Christmas line, sorry I forgot the name but I love how it turned out.

  11. What a cute idea! And useful too. Kimberly makes the best tutorials-step by step and so easy to do. A unique way to use the minis.

  12. I would love to get Elementary. I'd make a plus quilt. 5 packs would be just what I need.

  13. I always enjoy all of Kimberly's video turtorials. Mini charms are the only pre-but I haven't used. The Coffee Koozie is the perfect project to try them out on. These would make cute stocking stuffers.

  14. I always enjoy all of Kimberly's video turtorials. Mini charms are the only pre-but I haven't used. The Coffee Koozie is the perfect project to try them out on. These would make cute stocking stuffers.

  15. I have not used charm packs yet. I just received one a couple of weeks ago. I am debating between making them into mug rugs or incorporating them into a quilt.

  16. I've used mini charms to make small table toppers. After watching the video, which was great and Kimberly did an awesome job, I want to make a bunch of these Coffee Koozies for my family!!! I also learned a few techniques to use when !making other projects!!

  17. I have used the minis to make reversible patchwork drawstring bags and pincushions, but I plan to make many of these koozies for Christmas gifts! Thanks for the inspiration and instructions!

  18. I love the coffee koozie! I need to make a few for my tea mugs! I haven't used a mini charm pack yet but I do have a few projects planned…a mug rug, table topper, and a bag. Thank you!

  19. I love mini charms for all sorts of fun little projects, like mug rugs, mini quilts, runners. Now I am off to make your Coffee Koozie! Thanks for the pattern and great video tutorial!

  20. I loved making this project for my grandson's teachers. Quick and easy! But I used Moda Candy Bars instead if piecing squares. Made it simpler and faster. Thanks for this inspiration!

  21. I have never used precursor such as mini charm packs but once my stash is much smaller I plan to start. Of course if my resistance holds out. Ha! Love the project!!!