HOW TO MAKE… CRO­CHET JAR COV­ERS

Mollie Makes - - Introducin­g -

the tri­an­gle de­sign. The pat­tern is a re­peat of 7 sts, so re­peat the colour se­quence 7 times around. Ss to first st of Round 43 to close. Break yarn and fas­ten off. Sew in any loose ends. Pull the cover onto to the jar and, us­ing a length of Yarn A, work a run­ning stitch around the top row. Pull the yarn tight around the top of the jar, then knot to se­cure and trim the loose ends.

Flow­er­pot

Rounds 1-8 us­ing Yarn C, re­peat Rounds 1-8 of the small jar Round 9 work­ing in back loops only, 1dc in each st around [48sts] Rounds 10-11 (inc, 23dc) twice [52sts] Rounds 12-27 inc, 1dc in each st around [68sts] Round 28 us­ing Yarn B, inc, 1dc in each st around [69sts] Rounds 29–31 inc, 1dc in each st around [72sts] Rounds 32-37 1dc in each st around To cre­ate an even, round fin­ish, al­ter­nate the points in each round where you in­crease your stitches. When in­creas­ing at two points, use a piece of con­trast­ing yarn to show where you made the in­crease, then fold your work in half to find its op­po­site point. Round 38 *ch101, 1dc into 3rd ch from hook work­ing the st around the cur­tain ring, 1dc in each ch back to rim of flower pot, 23dc in rim; re­peat from * twice, ss to first st of round Break yarn and fas­ten off. To make the tas­sel, take a length of each yarn colour and wrap it around your hand sev­eral times. Re­move the bun­dle from your hand, then with the yarn still folded dou­ble, wrap a length of Yarn B around one end and knot to se­cure. Cut the loop at the other end, then trim the yarn ends to neaten. Us­ing a yarn nee­dle, sew the tas­sel to the base of the pot cover, then place the flow­er­pot inside to fin­ish.

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