Knit koozies have become quite popular in Houston in the last few months. After seeing some quite boring koozies at various local hotspots, I decided I should come up with some jazzier varieties. Since then I’ve made koozies with cables, lace, camo, school logos, and my most popular creation, Batman. I’ll disperse some of the other patterns in the blog in coming months, but for now, here is Batman.
Disclaimer: Feel free to make this pattern for your personal use, for your platypus, for charity, or to sell. The only thing I ask is that you please do not sell it on Etsy. If you are interested in purchasing a koozie from my Etsy store, you may do so here.
Yarn: Small amounts of four-ply black (B) and yellow (Y)
Needles: Four US Size 6 double pointed needles (DPN)
Cast on 48 stitches with B and distribute among three DPN
Row 1: Working in rounds, *Knit B (KB) 2, Pearl B (PB) 2, repeat from (*) until end (48 stitches)
Rows 2-4: Repeat Row 1
Row 5: KB 48
Row 6: KB 48
*Note* After joining the yellow, I twisted the yarn on the wrong side every two or three stitches. Long sections of yarn inside of the work make it difficult to place a glass inside.
Row 7: Join Y, KB 17, KY 14, KB 17
Row 8: KB16, KY 2, KB1, KY3, KB1, KY2, KB1, KY3, KB1, KY2, KB16
Row 9: KB15, KY 2, KB1, KY4, KB4, KY4, KB1, KY2, KB 15
Row 10: KB14, KY2, KB2, KY4, KB4, KY4, KB2, KY2, KB14
Row 11: KB13, KY2, KB3, KY4, KB4, KY4, KB3, KY2, KB13
Row 12: KB12, KY2, KB5, KY2, KB6, KY2, KB5, KY2, KB12
Row 13: KB12, KY1, KB22, KY1, KB13
Rows 14-15: Repeat Row 13
Row 16: KB12, KY2, KB20, KY2, KB12
Row 17: KB13, KY2, KB18, KY2, KB13
Row 18: KB14, KY2, KB16, KY2, KB14
Row 19: KB15, KY2, KB2, KY1, KB1, KY1, KB4, KY1, KB1, KY1, KB2, KY2, KB15
Row 20: KB16, KY2, KB1, KY4, KB2, KY4, KB1, KY2, KB16
Row21: KB17, KY2, KB1, KY3, KB2, KY3, KB1, KY2, KB17
Row22: KB18, KY12, KB18
Row 23: KB48
Continue in B
Row 24: *k2tog, K2, Repeat from (*) 12 times (36 stitches)
Row 25: *k2tog, K2, Repeat from (*) 9 times (27 stitches)
Row 26: *k2tog, K1, Repeat from (*) 9 times (18 stitches)
Row 27: *k2tog, K1, Repeat from (*) 6 times (12 stitches)
Row 28: *k2tog, Repeat from (*) 6 times (6 stitches)
To finish, pull a loop through all 6 stitches on needle and pull tight. Work in ends.
Time Required: 2 Movies
The knitting is very quick. Twisting the yarn behind the project is the largest time-suck.
Overall Experience: Excellent
This is a quick project. I carry one around in my purse to put on my glass when I go places. I think someone has asked me about it every time I’ve used it.