No Sew Coffee Sleeve

I have a super easy tutorial – perfect for Father’s Day – to share with you today!  All you have to do is rummage through your closet to create this No Sew Coffee Sleeve from Dad’s Old Shirt!

DIY Coffee Sleeve from Dad's Old Shirt from for @the36thavenue #fathersday #DIY #upcycle

Or as I like to call it – a “Cuff”ee Sleeve! {How lame am I? wink, wink}

It is sooooo easy to make your own! Wanna learn how?

Here’s how to make your own No Sew Coffee Sleeve from Dad’s Old Shirt!


Old button down shirt


Coffee cup

Disclaimer: Ladies, you will want to check with your husbands before cutting apart his old shirts {even if he hasn’t worn them in five years and there is dust on them}. They get a little upset when they see their shirt cut to pieces on the dining room table. Don’t say I didn’t warn you! hee hee

Step one: Find an old shirt.

DIY Coffee Sleeve from Dad's Old Shirt from for @the36thavenue #fathersday #DIY #upcycle

Step 2: Cut off the cuffs from old shirt.


Step 3: Trim cut cuff.


The cuff fits perfectly on those Eco-friendly coffee cups that you can find in any store these days!

Super cute and kinda manly!

DIY Coffee Sleeve from Dad's Old Shirt from for @the36thavenue #fathersday #DIY #upcycle

If you are looking for more Father’s Day Ideas – I’ve got ’em!

Salt Dough Hand Prints for Father's Day from #fathersday #kidscraft

Salt Dough Hand Prints for Father’s Day

Letter Art for Dad via #fathersday #photography

Letter Art for Dad

What are you making for Dad this Father’s Day?




  1. says

    Sorry, I am sharing my comment from your Intentional Blogger post over here…I don’t like that it posts comment to google+

    Thanks for your honesty about your frustration with blogging, Jill. I know many others feel the same way. I am just getting onto Instagram, so you might be the first person I follow :)

    • Jill @ Create.Craft.Love. says

      Awwwww~ Thanks so much for the sweet comment, Susan! Would love for you to follow me on Instagram! What’s your handle?

  2. says

    this is a clever idea Jill! & it looks very nice too! :-) you are right I should ask hubby first or maybe not! 😉 he will just be wondering what am I doing cutting his shirt! :-)
    wish you a great Father’s day weekend Jill


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