Festive covers for your mason jars.
Skill Level | Easy
Finished Size | Fits 800 mL Ball Wide Mouth Mason Jars
Bring a rustic and cozy look and feel to your mason jars with our crochet mason jar covers. Use a single color or combination of colors to customize your decor for each holiday season.
If you’re looking for a quick and easy project you can use throughout the year, you’re in the right place. Crochet mason jar covers in a variety of colors and change them out throughout the year.
With this project you’ll get lots of practice with the double crochet stitch in the round and see how adding a chain in between them can create a little window. Each mason jar cover works up in less than an hour and with only 65 yards of yarn.
Before you begin, review this page entirely so you understand the full scope of the project. We prepared a list of recommended supplies and abbreviations you’ll need to get started as well as a video tutorial and written instructions to walk you through this crochet mason jar cozy from start to finish.
- Approx 65 yds; Lily’s Sugar ‘n Cream Yarn (Colorways pictured: Ecru, Red and Bright Navy)
- 5 mm hook
- 4.5 mm hook
- Yarn Needle
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- Ch Chain
- Dc Double Crochet
- Hdc Half Double Crochet
- Sc Single Crochet
- Sk Skip
- Slst Slip Stitch
- Sp Space
- St(s) Stitch(es)
12″ circumference; 6″ tall
First 3 rds = 3″
Rounds 1 through 15 of this pattern should be worked with the 5 mm crochet hook. Switch to the 4 mm crochet for the 16th and final round. This pattern requires you to start the round with the magic ring. If you’re unfamiliar with this technique, check out our guide here.
Additional Notes: Chain three at beginning of round counts as a double crochet. Chain two at the beginning of round counts as a half double crochet stitch. Chain four at beginning of round counts as a double crochet and one chain.
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Round 1: Create a magic ring with 10 Dc. Join with a slst to first st. (10 sts)
Round 2: Ch 3. 2 dc in every st. Join with slst to 3rd ch. (20 sts)
Round 3: Ch 3. *2 dc in next st. 1 dc in next st. Rep from * to end of round. Join with a slst to 3rd ch. (30 sts)
Round 4: Ch 2. 1 hdc in next st. *2 hdc in the next stitch. 1 hdc in the next 2 sts. Rep from * to last st. 2 hdc in last st. Join with a slst to 2nd ch. (40 sts)
Rounds 5-6: Ch 3. 1 dc in every st. Join with a slst to 3rd ch. (40 sts)
Round 7: Ch 4 . Sk 1 st. *1 dc in next St. Ch 1 sk next st. Rep from * to end of round. Join with a slst to 3rd ch. (20 dc sts, 20 ch)
Round 8: Ch 3. *1 dc in next ch-1 sp. 1 dc in next st. Rep from * to last st. 1 dc in next ch-1 sp. Join with a slst to the 3rd chain. (40 sts)
Repeat: Rep rounds 7 and 8, three more times.
Next Round: Ch 3. 1 dc in every st. Join with a slst to 3rd ch. (40 sts)
Repeat: Rep last round once more with the 4.5 mm crochet hook.
Step 1: Fasten off and weave in ends.
Step 2: Make a cut of yarn that’s approximately 24″ long. With yarn needle, weave yarn in and out of last rounds stitches. This will create the drawstring closure to tie at the back for an even better fit.
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