Jar Cover with Drop Over Lace


Jar Cover with Drop Over Lace

Jar Cover with Drop Over Lace
Jar Cover with Drop Over Lace

"How pretty are these Victorian Heirloom Jar Covers? They are super fast and easy to crochet. Most crochet artist’s can have one made in a little over 30 minutes. It will fit a pint jar. I love making things that are useful and that can fancy up the house, and especially if it reminds me of a time gone by. There are so many uses for these elegant jar covers. They can hold make up brushes, cotton balls, or bath salts. I think they would be pretty on the kitchen table with a bunch of freshly picked wild flowers. The “Victorian Heirloom” jar cover features a drop over lace edge that has a crochet chart for you to follow, and yes the lace is easy too!"


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook, L/11 or 8 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished Size6.5" tall with 2" drop over lace

Materials List

  • Worsted Weight Yarn (Red Heart Super Saver)
  • Pint Jar
  • Yarn needle to weave in ends
  • Scissors


Holding two strands of Red Heart Super Saver in colors of your choosing. Approx. 100 yards of MC and small amount of CC approx. 30 yds; CC 2 approx. 10 yds.


There are photo tutorials to help you make the High Back Post Half Double Crochet. It creates a unique ridge, and turns the stitches so that they are going strait up the side of the jar.


You will drop one strand of yarn, and use the smaller hook to execute the drop over lace edge. There is a chart to help you execute the lace edge.

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Glass or plastic jars can be a great asset. They can hold lots of things and be useful instead of being tossed out. This project can help you make those jars look more attractive if you want them to be part of the decor. These would be cute as gift jars as well.

I love recycling jars. They can be found all over my home from the bathroom to the kitchen. I have taken the opportunity to cover or paint a few of them but for the most they are just bare. Some of them are visible and would look so much better in a cover with drop over lace. I love this project.

These jar covers are very cute and would have so many different uses, especially in the bathroom to hold all the little things that clutter up your vanity. I also like the toilet paper cover. I stack my paper on the tank lid and this would help that area look better and prevent the rolls from falling off. Is there a link for the pattern for the tissue cover?

I have a confession to make about projects like these. I can a lot, so I have plenty of Mason jars, but Im not willing to sacrifice a perfectly good jar on this. But its perfect for repurposing similarly sized jars that cant be used for canning. I love that little lace detail on the top, too. It really gives it a distinctive look, and the designer provides instructions for both pint and quart size jars.


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