Free Pattern – Hot Geek Coffee Sleeve

Our local coffee shop has recently started selling reusable coffee sleeves as a way to get people to stop using the cardboard throw away ones. After seeing that they charge about $5.00 a piece for them I figured I could easily whip some up from scrap yarn. There was a lot of interest in this one I made for Matt so I thought I’d share the pattern.
8 - Hot Geek Coffee Sleeve
The design on this sleeve is binary code & spells out “hot” across each line. Its great for computer geeks (like Matt) & always a bit of a conversation starter when we pull it out at the coffee shop.

Hot Geek Coffee Sleeve

Four size 4 double pointed needles (or size needed to get gauge)
2 colors of scrap worsted weight yarn (I used Paton’s Classic Wool)

Gauge: 8 stitches per inch

Click on the chart to open it larger & then save it to your computer.

With background color cast on 74 stitches. Divide the stitches between evenly between three needles. Join together being careful not to twist, placing a maker between the last & first stitch. to mark rows.

Work 6 rows in p1k1 ribbing.

Work the binary code chart twice. Make sure to wrap yarns when changing colors to prevent holes.

Work 6 rows in p1k1 ribbing.

Bind off

Copyright 2010 Kathy Lewinski.
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