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Thursday, March 7, 2013

Jar Cozy with Pattern


I haven't done much crocheting recently. I'm still under the weather, currently awaiting a tooth extraction tomorrow morning. Ugh. But here's another pattern I originally posted in July 2012. Enjoy and I hope to have something new for you next week. Right now I'm off to grab another ice pack and my lovely tube of Orajel.




Mason Jar Cozy Pattern
** I used 100% cotton yarn called "I Love This Cotton"
** Size I crochet hook
** scissors
** embroidery needle

Gauge is not important to this project. As long as it fits the jar you're working on, you're good!

Abbreviations: Here is a link to the stitches used in this pattern.
** DC = Double Crochet
** TC = Treble Crochet
** SC = Single Crochet
** SS = Slip Stitch
** yo = yarn over
** HDC = Half Double Crochet

Pattern
This pattern fits a 16oz Aunt Nellie's Pickled Beets jar.
I would love to see pics or hear comments from anyone that makes this pattern!


Round 1: Using a Magic Circle, chain 2 (counts as first DC), DC 11 times join with a SS at the top of the first chain 2 stitch <total of 12 DC>

Round 2: Chain 2 (counts as first DC), DC in same space; 2 DC in each stitch around, join with a SS at the top of the chain 2 stitch <total of 24 DC>

Round 3: Chain 3 (counts as first TC), TC in each stitch around, join with a SS in the top of the chain 3 stitch.

Round 4: Chain 1 (counts as first SC), SC in each stitch around, join with a SS in the chain one stitch.

Round 5: Chain 2 (counts as first DC), yo, DC in the stitch behind the chain 2 stitch; **yo, (working to the left now) skip the next stitch, DC in the next, yo, DC in the stitch behind**. Continue from ** to ** around. Join with a SS in the first DC.

Round 6: Chain 1, SC in each stitch around, join with a SS to the first chain.

Round 7: Chain 2, ** chain 1, skip the next stitch, DC in the next. ** Continue from ** to ** around. Join with a SS to the first chain 2 stitch.

Round 8: Chain 2, HDC in each stitch around. Join with a SS to the first chain 2 stitch.

Round 9: Edging: ** Chain 3, SC in next stitch **. Continue from ** to ** around. Join with a SS in the top of the first chain 3 stitch.

Tie off and weave in loose ends.

Belt: Cut 3 strands of yarn approximately 20 inches long. Weave through Round 8 HDC stitches. Tie off in a bow and trim any extra yarn to the length of your choice.
 
 **Use caution when lighting candles and never leave one burning unattended**

2 comments:

  1. Thank you for sharing this pattern. I like the black one with the light shining out. I also like how you used it to store your hooks. Might make one this weekend to share with you. :)

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