Flamingo Cup Cozy: The Flamin-To-Go Cup Cozy Pattern

Flamingo Cup Cozy on a white cup made with a free flamingo crochet pattern
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Flamingos are really popular this summer and I can’t resist them. I came up with the flamingo cup cozy because I wanted a cute cup cozy that was a little goofy at the same time. This is a beginner crochet pattern but you’ll need to know amigurumi basics like working in a continuous round and single crochet increasing to make the beak. So let’s cut the squawking and get down to making this cute flamingo cup cozy.

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The skills you’ll need in order to be able to complete this cozy are:
Chain, Single crochet, Half Double Crochet, Slip Stitch, Single Crochet Increase, working in the Back Loops Only (BLO) and colour changes. You’ll also need to know how to sew on some buttons and weave in your ends.

This cozy makes a great gift for others (and yourself! *wink*) and works up quick for markets, craft fairs and etsy shops.

An ad-free PDF version of this Flamingo Cup Cozy pattern can be found HERE on Etsy and HERE on Ravelry.

Skill Level:

  • Beginner


Flamingo Cup Cozy on a white cup with a wooden crochet hook and scissors in front of the cup



  • One Size

Finished size:

  • 2.5 inches tall x 4 inches wide. Measurements do not include beak.

Cup Cozy Gauge:

  • 6 rows x 9 stitches x 2” square

Beak Gauge:

  • Not important as long as the same tension is maintained throughout.

Flamingo Cup Cozy on a white coffee cup


  • The end of each row of the cup cozy is joined to the first stitch of the row with a sl st.

  • The beak is worked in continuous rounds.  Do not join at the end of each round.  A stitch marker is utilized to mark the beginning of each round and is moved up with each new round.

Flamingo Cup Cozy: The Flamin-To-Go Cup Cozy Pattern

Coffee Cozy Body

Using 4mm hook and Flamingo, CH 35 and join with a sl st to the first CH, taking care not to twist.

Row 1: CH1.  HDC in the first stitch and in each stitch around.  Join with a sl st. (35)

Rows 2 – 8: CH1.  HDC in the first stitch and in each stitch around.  Join with a sl st. (35)
FO and weave in ends.


Row 1: Using Black and 3.5mm hook, MC 6 (6)

Row 2: SC around (6)

Row 3: (SC 2, SCINC) x 2 (8)

Row 4: SC around (8)

Row 5: (SC 3, SCINC) x 2 (10)

Row 6: SC around (10)

Row 7: (SC 4, SCINC) x 2 (12)

Row 8: SC around (12)

Row 9: (SC 5, SCINC) x 2 (14)

Change to white
Row 10: In BLO, SC around (14)

Row 11: (SC 6, SCINC) x 2 (16)

Row 12: SC around (16)
FO leaving a long tail and sew onto the cozy.  Sew the beak onto the cozy.

The Flamin-to-go Cup Cozy - Free Crochet Pattern by The Loopy Lamb.  This fun flamingo crochet pattern is easy, quick and accessible for beginners.  

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Sew the eyes on to the cozy into the row above there the top of the beak is with 5 stitches in between them


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Like Cup Cozies? Try my Sloth Coffee Cozy Pattern or my Elgin Cup Cozy too.

Crochet Cup Cozy that looks like a flamingo on a white cup with a crochet hook and scissors laying in front of it.

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