Carolina Mason Jar Cozy Pattern

I wrote this pattern over a year ago so I thought it was time I finally published it to the blog! This cotton cozy brightens up any mason jar glass & I think it may make a great addition to your Spring craft show lineup. Hope y’all enjoy!

Materials:

  • G Hook (4.25mm)
  • Cotton Yarn (I use I Love This Cotton, less than one skein needed)
  • Scissors
  • Yarn Needle

Notes:

  • We will be using the Third Loop Half Double Crochet stitch for this design. (I’ve also seen this stitch called the “Half Double, 3rd Loop,” “Knit Stitch,” & the “Camel Technique.”)
  • This cozy will work up the same way as one of my bows if you’re familiar with that pattern. The exception will be that we will use 3rd Loop HDC vs HDC, BLO.
  • Crochet in a continuous round.
  • Do not chain one before beginning a new round.

Abbreviations:

  • Ch (chain)
  • St (stitch)
  • HDC (half double crochet)
  • 3rd Loop HDC

Pattern:

  • Ch 35
  • Join last st with first st by using a slip st
  • Round 1: HDC around the ch for a total of 35 st
  • Rounds 2-12: 3rd Loop HDC, 11 rounds
  • (Do not chain one before going into the first st. Work in a continuous round.)
  • Slip st into last st to finish.
  • Sew in ends.

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Thanks for trying my pattern!

-Kimberly

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