Hey there, my crochet friends! I’m so excited to share my latest creation with you all – the fantastic Mason Jar Cover Pattern!
This little gem was born out of the need to find a perfect spot for my lentils 🙂 but guess what? It’s not just limited to that! These adorable cozies have so many purposes and make awesome, versatile gifts for your crafty friends.
Let me show you some other fantastic uses.
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This Crochet Mason Jar Cover / Cozy pattern is great because:
It Uses Washable Cotton Yarn: The pattern uses washable cotton yarn, making these covers not only durable but also easy to maintain. You can keep them clean and fresh for repeated use.
Looking for a Quick Project: With its simple design and small size, this pattern works up fast, making it a perfect last-minute gift idea or a quick home decor update.
Crocheting in the Round: If you’ve been wanting to learn how to crochet in the round, this pattern is an excellent opportunity to do so. It’s a great skill to add to your crochet repertoire.
Reduces Plastic Use: By using these reusable crochet covers, you can reduce the need for disposable plastic containers, making them an eco-friendly choice.
It is Perfect for All Jar Sizes: The pattern is adaptable to fit various jar sizes, from small spice jars to larger mason jars. You can easily create a set of covers to suit your needs.
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So how can a Crochet Mason Jar Cover help you?
- Utensil Holder: Keep your kitchen utensils organized and easily accessible by placing them in a cute mason jar with one of these cozy covers. It adds a touch of charm to your kitchen countertop while keeping your cooking tools within reach.
- Desk Organizer: Tired of your pens, markers, and scissors cluttering your workspace? Transform a mason jar into a stylish desk organizer using the cover, and keep your essentials neat and tidy.
- Candy Jar: Hosting a party or having a sweet tooth? Fill a jar with colorful candies and use the cover to keep them fresh and tempting. Your guests (or yourself!) will be delighted by the charming presentation.
- Craft Supplies: Whether it’s buttons, beads, or small crafting supplies, mason jars with these covers are perfect for organizing your creative materials. You’ll love the way they brighten up your crafting nook!
- Bathroom Storage: Use the mason jars with covers to store cotton balls, Q-tips, or hairpins in the bathroom. It adds a touch of elegance to your vanity while keeping essentials within easy reach.
Pattern Designed By: Sandra Stitches This pattern is copyright protected; it is unlawful to distribute this pattern in any form (free, sale or trade).
Let’s get to the pattern, shall we?
- Drops Paris 100% cotton,
- Hook:G-6 / 4 mm
- Yarn Needle, Scissors, Measuring Tape
- One size – measure depends on the jar of your choice This sample is 12” circumference X 4” height
- Ch = Chain
- Sc = Single Crochet
- Dc = Double Crochet
- Sl St = Slip Stitch
- This pattern is worked in rounds.
- Ch1 does not count as 1st st
- But the Ch3 at the beginning of the round does count as a stitch
Chain 4, Slst to 1st Ch to form a round, or use the magic circle
Round1: Ch3, Dc 13 in the circle , Slst to 1st Ch of beginning(14)
Round 2: Ch3,, Dc1 in same st, Dc 2 in next st, Dc2 in next and around to end of round, Slst to 1st Ch of beginning (28)
Next Round 3: Ch3,, Dc1 in same st, *[Dc1 in next st, Dc2 in next st]* repeat form *to* to end of round, Slst to 1st Ch of beginning (42)
Round 4: Ch3,, Dc1 in same st, *[Dc1 in next st, Dc1 in next st, Dc2 in next st]* repeat form *to* to end of round, Slst to 1st Ch of beginning (56)
Round 5: Ch1, Sc1 in 1st st from hook, *[skip 2 st, Dc5 in next st, Skip 2 st, Sc1 in next ]* repeat from *to* , Slst to 1st Ch of beginning (56)
Now Round 6: Slst to 3rd st of 5 dc from prev round, Sc1 in that st, skip 2 st, Dc5 on top of Sc from prev round, *[skip 2 st, Sc1 in next st, skip 2 st, Dc5 in next st]*, repeat from *to* , Slst to 1st Ch of beginning (56)
Then Rounds 7-12: repeat rounds 4+5
Round 13: Ch1, Sc1 in 1st st from hook, Sc1 in next st and around to end of round, Slst to 1st Ch of beginning (56)
Rounds: 14+15: Repeat round13
Last Round 16: Ch1, Sc1 in same st, Ch3, skip 1 st, Sc1 in next st, *[Ch3, skip 1 st , Sc1 in next]* repeat from *to* to end of round,Slst to 1st Ch of beginning (56)
Secure yarn, cut and weave in ends.
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More reasons to start working on a Crochet Mason Jar Cover
Cost-Effective: This pattern requires only a small amount of yarn, making it a budget-friendly project without compromising style and creativity.
It is also so much Fun and Relaxing: Crocheting these covers is not only rewarding but also a relaxing activity that allows you to unwind and de-stress while creating something beautiful.
But that is not all these crochet mason jar covers are Great for Craft Fairs: If you’re into selling your crafts, these Mason Jar Covers can be an attractive addition to your craft fair booth, appealing to a wide range of customers.
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