Dainty Clustered Mason Jar Cover

Dainty Clustered Mason Jar Cover

Dainty Clustered Mason Jar Cover

Using mason jars to organize your home is a great way to keep buttons, cotton balls, to even dry beans in the pantry. Decorate and embellish those jars with crocheted covers. In this version, dainty clusters provide texture and make for a lovely pattern repeat. Adorn with a crochet rose and leaves, or as desired!

Dainty Clustered Mason Jar Cover

Dainty Clustered Mason Jar Cover

sm-ballthreadsm-ballthreadsm-ballthreadRated: Easy – Intermediate

Pattern Information
Medium:100% cotton thread, size 10
Hook:Aluminum size E/4 (3.50 mm)
Finished Size:5 1/2″ T
Gauge: 4 rows pat rep = 1″
Other Materials
  • Tapestry needle
  • 1 wide mouth quart mason jar
  • 1 3/4″ dia button or jeweled brad
  • Glue gun/glue
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Dainty Clustered Mason Jar Cover

Dainty Clustered Mason Jar Cover

Dainty Clustered Mason Jar Cover

Designed by: Cylinda Mathews
 

Materials:

  • 2 (150-yd) balls 100% cotton thread, size 10 (main color – MC)
  • Sm amt (2 balls) 100% cotton thread size 10 ea (contrasting color – CC & green)
  • Crochet hook size E/4 (3.50 mm)

Other Materials:

  • Tapestry needle
  • 1 wide mouth quart mason jar
  • 1 3/4″ dia button or jeweled brad
  • Glue gun/glue

Skill Level: Easy – Intermediate
 
Finished Size: 5 1/2″ T
Gauge: 4 rows pat rep = 1″
 
Special Stitches:
 

2-Dc Cluster (yo, insert hook in indicated st, yo, pull up a lp, yo, draw through 2 lps on hook) twice, yo, draw through all lps on hook to complete the st.

 
Pattern tested and model made by: Cylinda Mathews
 
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Designer Note: Hold 2 strands of thread held together throughout work.

 
Cover: (Using MC)
 

Rnd 1) Starting at bottom: form a magic lp; ch 3 (counts as first dc now and throughout), (15 dc) in ring; draw the tail tight to close center; join with a sl st to top of first st (3rd ch of beg ch 3): 16 dc.

 

Rnd 2) Ch 3, dc in joining; * (2 dc) in next dc; rep from * around; join with a sl st to top of first st: 32 dc.

 

Rnd 3) Ch 3, (2 dc) in next dc; * dc in next dc, (2 dc) in next dc; rep from * around; join with a sl st to top of first st: 48 dc.

 

Rnd 4) Ch 3, dc in next dc, (2 dc) in next dc; * dc in next 2 dc, (2 dc) in next dc; rep from * around; join with a sl st to top of first st: 64 dc.

 

Rnd 5) Ch 3, dc in next 30 dc, (2 dc) in next dc, dc in next 31 dc, (2 dc) in last dc; join with a sl st to top of first st: 66 dc.

 

Rnd 6) Starting up side: ch 1, (sc, ch 4, 2 dc cluster) in joining see special sts, sk next 2 sts; * (sc, ch 4, 2 dc cluster) in next dc, sk next 2 dc; rep from * around; join with a sl st in first sc: 22 clusters/22 ch 4-sps/22 sc.

 

Rnd 7) Sl st in ch 4 sp; ch 1, sc in same sp, ch 2; * sc in next ch 4 sp, ch 2; rep from * around; join with a sl st in first sc: 22 ch 2-sps/22 sc

 

Rnd 8) Ch 1, (sc, ch 4, 2 dc cluster) in joining; * (sc, ch 4, 2 dc cluster) in next sc; rep from * around; join with a sl st in first sc: 22 clusters/22 ch 4-sps/22 sc.

 

Rnds 9-23) Rep rnds 7 & 8 ending with rnd 7.

 

Rnd 24) Sl st in ch 2 sp; ch 1, sc in same sp, (5 dc) in next ch 2 sp; * sc in next ch 2 sp, (5 dc) in next ch 2 sp; rep from * around; join with a sl st in first sc: 11 scallops with 5 dc ea/11 sc. Fasten off; secure ends.

 
Rose(s): (Using CC)
 

Ch 5; join with a sl st in first ch to form a ring.

 

Rnd 1) Ch 6 (counts as first dc plus ch 3); (dc, ch 3) 5 times in ring; join with a sl st to top of first st (3rd ch of beg ch 6): 6 dc/6 ch 3-sps.

 

Rnd 2) Forming 1st rnd petals: ch 1, sc in joining, (5 dc) in next ch 3 sp; * sc in next dc, (5 dc) in next ch 3 sp; rep from * around; join with a sl st in first sc: 6 petals with 5 dc ea/6 sc.

 

Rnd 3) Ch 3, working behind petals, sc around corresponding dc post on rnd 1, ch 4; * sc around next dc post on rnd 1, ch 4; rep from * around; join with a sl st in first sc: 6 ch 4-sps.

 

Rnd 4) Forming 2nd rnd petals: sl st in ch 4 sp, (ch 1, 7 dc, ch 1, sl st) in same sp; * sl st in next ch 4 sp, (ch 1, 7 dc, ch 1, sl st) in same sp; rep from * around; do not join: 6 petals with 7 dc & 2 ch 1-sps ea.

 

Rnd 5) Ch 3, working behind last rnd of petals, sc around corresponding dc post on rnd 1, ch 5; * sc around next dc post on rnd 1, ch 5; rep from * around; join with a sl st in first sc: 6 ch 5-sps.

 

Rnd 6) Forming 3rd rnd petals: sl st in ch 5 sp, (ch 2, 9 trc, ch 2, sl st) in same sp; * sl st in next ch 5 sp, (ch 2, 9 trc, ch 2, sl st) in same sp; rep from * around; do not join: 6 petals with 9 trc & 2 ch 2-sps ea. Fasten off; secure ends.

 
Leaves: (Using green) (make as many as desired)
 

Row 1) Ch 11; (working under top lp of ea ch across – this creates a tighter center), sc in 4th ch from hook, hdc in next ch, dc in next 5 ch, hdc in last ch, ch 2, sl st in same ch, (working on opposite side of beg ch in bottom lps), ch 2, hdc in same ch, dc in next 5 ch, hdc in last ch, ch 2, sl st in same ch, ch 1, sl st in top of leaf. Fasten off; secure ends.

 
Variations:
 

The rose and leaves can be worked with a single strand of thread using your favorite hook size for size 10 thread for a daintier and more delicate cover embellishment. Repeat the same for leaves if desired.

 
Finishing:
 

Pull over a quart mason jar and glue the rose, leaves and brand or button, if desired, to the crochet using the photograph for placement.

 

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