Cast Iron Cozy Crochet Pattern

Omelet, anyone?

I love cooking with cast iron. Yes, I cook eggs in mine. No, they do not stick because a properly seasoned cast iron skillet is the best and most natural non-stick pan there is. That, and I’m not afraid of a little bacon grease or butter.

I converted to cast iron a few years ago and I will never go back!

I created this handle cozy so I stopped burning my hand on my hot handles.

This method should fit any size handle. This particular skillet is pretty small (6″).

You can find the Cast Iron Cozy pattern you are looking for here on Craftsy for $2.00.

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Comments

  1. Does the yarn absolutely have to be cotton?

    • The Firefly Hook says:

      Hi Kelly,
      I don’t think it has to be cotton, but I would advise against using any type of acrylic yarn because it will melt if it gets too hot. I would recommend cotton, wool, linen, or any 100% natural fiber. I hope this helps!

      Happy crocheting,
      Abbey

  2. Hi! And thanks for the pattern and instructions. I saw the post on one of the cast Iron web pages and had to come check it out! 🙂

    • The Firefly Hook says:

      Hi Nancy!
      That’s wonderful. I hope you enjoy making and using them!

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Abbey

  3. DAWN RENEE says:

    Be prepared to have a lot of people coming to your site. I was so excited when I saw this post that I shared it to 2 major cast iron groups on Facebook!! Thank you so much a lot of us were looking for a pattern.

    • The Firefly Hook says:

      Hello Dawn,

      Thank you so much for stopping by! And thank you for sharing our pattern with your cast iron groups. Cast iron is wonderful:)

      Warmly,
      Abbey

  4. What a fantastic idea! Thanks for the free pattern!

    • As a cast iron lover, I can’t believe I made it all these years without a cozy for the handle! It’s brilliant!

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