Monogrammed Coffee Insulator Wrap

Coffee cup insulator

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  • So I was pretty excited about the success of the and decided to make a monogrammed coffee insulator wrap for my sister Krista. Perfect for coffee/tea/cocoa drinkers and the eco-friendly, monogrammed insulator wraps are personal and practical. And not only is it a great way to cut down on waste but it’s also a great way to use up some extra fabric scraps.

    Just like the campfire cozy using your cardboard coffee insulator as a pattern cut out the patterned fabric, blue fabric, interfacing, and vinyl. Print your letter on your computer printer. I used Arial Black because it is nice and thick. Cut it out, then cut a square of blue fabric and regular interfacing and iron it on.

  • Sandwich the 1/8th thick insulating interfacing (it’s your ‘cardboard’) between the patterned fabric on top and blue fabric on the bottom. Sew binding tape on the top, bottom and sides. Sew bias tape on the sides, folding down a bit extra on both tops and bottoms. The trick is to fold it before you affix it; that way there are no raw edges. Shape it into a wrap and sew back and forth for security across the top and bottom. There you have your monogrammed coffee cozy insulator wrap.

    Our new Coffee Cup Insulator keeps your morning coffee warm and protects your hands from scalding heat. Fits most disposable paper and styrofoam cups.



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    Using your cardboard coffee insulator as a pattern cut out the khaki fabric, red fabric, interfacing, and vinyl. If you choose to use vinyl you will avoid some potential coffee stains; following the package directions iron the vinyl onto the khaki fabric. Lickity split.

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Just like the campfire cozy using your cardboard coffee insulator as a pattern cut out the patterned fabric, blue fabric, interfacing, and vinyl. Print your letter on your computer printer. I used Arial Black because it is nice and thick. Cut it out, then cut a square of blue fabric and regular interfacing and iron it on.