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    Crochet Candle Jar Cover FREE PATTERN

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    Recycling is a fun and creative way to give a second life to objects that we no longer use and prevent them from ending up in the trash. If you like crochet and you like to recycle, an excellent idea is to create a crochet candle jar cover. This piece is perfect for giving a decorative touch to your candles and reusing glass jars that you no longer need. 

    In this article, we will show you how you can create your own crochet candle jar cover from recycled materials, such as old t-shirts or leftover wool.

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    In addition, we will share patterns and techniques so you can customize your project according to your tastes and needs. Discover how you can combine crochet and recycling to create a unique and original piece that is not only beautiful, but also sustainable.


    ✅ Pc: Chain stitch.

    ✅ Pb: Low point.

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    ✅ Mpa: Half high point.

    ✅ Pr: Slip stitch/Slip stitch.

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    Materials _

    ✅ Lilac color – 1 ball.

    ✅ Vanilla color – 1 ball.

    ✅ Tangerine Color – 1 ball.

    ✅ Jade green color – 1 ball.

    ✅ J/10 size hook (6mm).

    ✅ Glass jar 7″ (18 cm) high and 5¼” (13 cm) in diameter.


    ✅ Cover measures approximately 61/8″ (15.5 cm) high x 16″ (40 cm) circumference.


    ✅ 1 motif = approximately 5 ¼” x 5 ¼” (13 x 13 cm).


    Floral patterns

    Knit 7 rows, following the diagram. The numbers indicate the beginning of the laps. Work the first round around a magic ring. Begin rounds 2, 3, 4, 5 and 7, each with 1 sl st in the indicated color. On round 2, work the sc between the hdc of round 1. Close each round with 1 sl st.

    Reason 1: Round 1 in Lilac, round 2 in Vanilla, round 3 in Tangerine, round 4 in Lilac, rounds 5 + 6 in Tangerine, round 7 in Vanilla.

    Motif 2: Round 1 in Vanilla, round 2 in Tangerine, round 3 in Lilac, round 4 in Vanilla, rounds 5 + 6 in Lilac, round 7 in Tangerine.

    Motif 3: Round 1 in Tangerine, round 2 in Lilac, round 3 in Vanilla, round 4 in Tangerine, rounds 5 + 6 in Vanilla, round 7 in Lilac.


    First knit 3 motifs as described above. Next, match the reasons. To do this, place 2 motifs together, with the right sides facing each other. Sew the motifs along one side, from sc corner to sc corner (see thin arrows in diagram), with an overcast stitch. When sewing the motifs together, take only the outer loops of the stitches from the last rows.

    Sew the 3 motifs together, to form a row, then sew motif 3 to motif 1, to form a ring.

    Following the diagram, work rounds a to ch along the top edge, working round a with Jade and rounds b and c with Tangerine. Begin pattern as shown, repeat pattern continuously and close each round with 1 sl.

    On the bottom edge, work 2 rounds with Jade. She works the first round the same way as round a on the top edge.

    On the 2nd round, work the shrimp stitches (= sc, worked from left to right). Start with 1 sc and work the sc around the sc from the previous round.

     Crochet Cover Pattern

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