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Free Crochet Pattern – Windowpane Mason Jar Cover

 

 

 

 

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Free Pattern from calicrochet.com – Windowpane Mason Jar Cover

 

 

Happy February to all!

I’ve got a really FUN, FAST, EASY, & FREE Crochet Pattern  for you today.

I decided to name it the, “Windowpane Mason Jar Cover” because it is so similar to the windowpanes in my home. I designed this crochet cover pattern to fit around a pint size Mason Jar. This pattern is great for beginners and it’s perfect for a quick, last minute gift.

So, go grab a 5mm crochet hook and some yarn and in no time you will create your own Windowpane Mason Jar Cover!

 

 

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Crocheted with 100% cotton yarn – Lily Sugar’ n Cream

 

Free Crochet Pattern – Windowpane Mason Jar Cover

This crocheted cover was designed to fit around a 12 ounce, pint size Mason jar.

Skill Level:   Easy

Finished size:   When completed and lying flat, it measures 5 inches tall and 4 ½ inches in diameter.

Yarn:    Lily Sugar’ n Cream 100% Cotton (One 120-yard skein of Sugar’ n Cream makes 4 Mason jar covers)

Hook:   5.0 mm hook or hook to fit gauge
If your work is too loose, use a smaller size hook to tighten gauge or if your work is too tight, use a larger size hook to loosen gauge.

Notions:   Yarn needle, tape measure, scissors, stitch marker, and a 12-ounce Mason jar.

Gauge:   Your completed second round should measure approximately 2 ½ inches or 6 cm across.

Notes:

  • This Mason jar cover is crocheted in completed rounds starting at the bottom of the Mason jar and then continuing up the sides.
  • If you are a beginner, you can put a stitch marker on the 3rd chain of the first ch 3 in rounds 1-2 to show you where to slip stitch to close the round.
  •  For rounds 3- 8, you can put the stitch marker on the 3rd chain of the chain 5’s to show you where to slip stitch to close the round.
  •  For rounds 9-11, you can put the stitch marker on the first sc after the ch 1 to show you where to slip stitch to close the round.

List of Abbreviations:

chain = ch – yo, pull through loop on hook

slip stitch(es) = sl st(s) -Insert hook in st or sp, yo, pull through st and loop on hook

single crochet = sc – Insert hook in st, yo, pull through st, yo, pull through both loops on hook

double crochet = dc -yo, insert hook in st, yo, pull through st, [yo, pull
through 2 loops] twice

single crochet 2 together = sc2tog – Insert hook into st, yo, and pull through st, insert hook into next st, yo, and pull through st, yo, pull through all 3 hooks on hook

round(s) = rnd(s)

space(s) = sp(s)

yarn over hook = yo

skip = sk
Instructions:

Base
Begin with a magic circle or ch 4, join with a sl st to the first ch to form a circle.

If you need help on how to make a magic circle here is the link to one of my favorite tutorials    http://www.mooglyblog.com/the-magic-circle/

Rnd 1:  Ch 3, (this ch-3 counts as first dc), 12 dc in circle, sl st to first dc to join. (12sts)
Rnd 2:  Ch 3, (this ch-3 counts as first dc), dc in same st as sl st, 2 dc in each dc around, sl st to first dc to join. (24sts)

 

Sides
Rnd 3:  Ch 5, (counts as first dc and first ch-2), skip next dc st, dc in next dc, ch 2, [skip next dc st, dc in next dc, ch 2), 10 times, sl st to 3rd ch of ch 5 to join. (12dc’s and 12 ch-2’s) (36sts)
Rnds 4-8: Ch 5, (counts as first dc and first ch-2), sk the next ch-2 sp, dc in next dc, ch 2, [sk the next ch-2 sp, dc in next dc, ch 2), repeat 10 times, sl st to 3rd ch of ch-5 to join. (12dc’s and 12 ch- 2’s) (36sts)

 

Top Edging
Rnd 9:  ch1, sc in same st as sl st, 2sc in next ch-2 space, [sc in next dc, 2 sc in ch-2 sp), repeat 11 times, sl st to first sc to join. (36 sts)

Rnd 10: (decrease round) Ch 1, sc in first sc, sc2tog, (sc in next sc, sc2tog), repeat 11 times, sl st to first sc to join. (24sts)
Rnd: 11: Ch1, sc in each st around, sl st in first dc to join. (24sts)

Fasten off, and weave in ends. Turn inside out so right side is facing outward. Turn Mason jar upside down, and use two hands to pull the cover over it.

Congratulations, you are done!

 

I hope you enjoy crocheting this Windowpane Mason Jar Cover. I would love love love to see a photograph your masterpiece! Please feel free to post pictures on my Facebook page:

https://www.facebook.com/cali.crochet.handmadewithlove

or leave a comment if you can be so kind.

Thank you to Angie from https://www.etsy.com/shop/angiehcrochet and

Patrice from http://www.yarnoverpullthrough.com for testing my pattern.

Thank you to Sara, Patrice and  the others from CreateCrochetPatterns.com for their amazing step-by-step e book that I downloaded and followed to write this crochet pattern. This e book was so helpful to me!

You are welcome to sell finished items made from this pattern  but please give credit to me by posting a link to the pattern in your listing. You are also welcome to share this pattern with others by linking  it to this page.

 If you are here, you are so awesome!

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