Nothing screams “summer!” like a nice cool drink on a hot day. Though we have plenty of coffee sleeves and drink cozies for the cold winter months, this is our first-ever DIY woven drink coozie tutorial! This project only requires a few materials and a little bit of time. We used a pink 4mm macrame cord, but any color will do. Pick a few colors that coordinate with your theme, and you have a fun and functional party favor for your guests to take home!
Take a look at what you’ll need below, then download our step-by-step tutorial to get started! Check out our collection of macrame cord colors here.
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If you’re familiar with our macrame projects and have a few under your belt, this woven drink coozie will be a breeze. If this is your first time, then consider this an intermediate craft. It will take a little time to get the weaving just right, so patience is key! If you make a mistake, just untie your knot and give it another try. If you’re not quite ready, check out these more beginner-friendly macrame offerings first.
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Skill level: Intermediate
Crafting tip: This weaving technique can be used over any form. We used a glass that was similar in size to a canned beverage so that it could be used as a coozie, but we think it would be so cute to weave over the lower section of a terracotta pot to dress it up a bit.
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