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Crochet Mason Jar Covers

Leyla
Leyla
Jun 10, 2024 09:28 AM
Crochet Mason Jar Covers

Elevate the charm of your mason jars with these intricately designed crochet covers. These covers add a touch of elegance and uniqueness to your jars, making them perfect for special occasions or everyday use. The crochet patterns come in a variety of styles, from simple and classic to more intricate and detailed designs, allowing you to choose the perfect cover to suit your personal style and preferences. Not only do these crochet mason jar covers look beautiful, but they also serve a practical purpose by protecting your jars and helping to keep their contents fresh. Whether you're using them to store homemade jams, spices, or as decorative pieces around your home, these covers are a stylish and functional addition to your kitchen or living space. Handmade with care and attention to detail, these crochet covers are a lovely way to add a touch of handmade charm to your everyday life.

Cotton Mason Jar Covers
to fit quart-sized canning jars, preferably widemouth! :D
Supplies:
100% cotton worsted weight yarn - approximately 25 yards each of two different colors (I used a variety of Lily's Original Peaches N Cream 100% cotton yarns)
Size G crochet hook
Yarn needle
Scissors

**I changed color every row, alternating between the two colors, and carrying the non-working yarn up the inside of the piece as I went to avoid having to cut and weave in ends. I have not included this in the pattern for ease of reading the pattern.**

R1: In a magic loop, make 6 sc, pull loop tight and sl st to first sc to join round (6 st)
R2: ch 1, 2 sc in each st, sl st to first sc to join round (12 st)
R3: ch 1, (2 sc in next st, sc) 6 times, sl st to first sc to join round (18 st)
R4: ch 1, (2 sc in next st, 2 sc) 6 times, sl st to first sc to join round (24 st)
R5: ch 1, (2 sc in next st, 3 sc) 6 times, sl st to first sc to join round (30 st)
R6: ch 1, (2 sc in next st, 4 sc) 6 times, sl st to first sc to join round (36 st)
R7-19: ch 1, sc in each st around, sl st to first sc to join round (36 st)

Fasten off. Weave in ends. Put it on a mason jar and you don't have to worry about using a coaster

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