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Pineapple Mason Jar Covers

By: Kati Brown from hookedbykati.com
Updated July 09, 2018
Pineapple Mason Jar Covers
Pineapple Mason Jar Covers

"Pineapple Mason Jar Covers are a great way to spice up a picnic or a backyard bar-b-que. They are fast, easy and can be made up quickly as a last minute addition to your summer decor. And they fulfill many purposes! Put your utensils in them and use them as a functional centerpiece. Put a tea light in the bottom and use them for evening lighting. Or even put in a fancy straw and a tiny umbrella and drink your favorite fruity beverage in style."

Easy

Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

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

Crochet GaugeCheck you gauge by setting the jar on the base of the work. It should just barely cover the bottom after round 3.

Finished SizeFits standard pint jar

Materials List

  • G hook
  • Worsted weight yarn, less than 50 yards, in yellow and green
  • Tapestry needle

Instructions

Written in US terms using Craft Yarn Council abbreviations.

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This is a sun-shinny project. These mason jar covers will brighten up any space that these can be placed in. I love the idea for utensils holders. It is b-b-Que season. At my home, these would get a full work out this year. I need to get started so I can have them ready for the next gathering.

Pineapples have been a popular symbol of hospitality since Colonial days. I recently watched a documentary on early kitchen gardens, and I was amazed at the lengths gardeners went to in order to produce just a few pineapples each year. Now I can buy them on sale for 99 cents! Glad this project is so much easier to work up.

Between mason jars and granny squares, I don't know which one I like best. I know you are wondering what does one have to do with the other. Well, any project centered around mason jars or granny squares usually gets a thumbs up from me. This is going to the top of the list for mason jar activities. I have no idea where I can display these but I will find some where to use them. Thanks for the inspiration.

I love frogs! They are so cute in the picture as a prop for the Mason jar covers. Its the time of the year for outdoor entertaining. These covers will add a little decorative touch to the plain clear glass jars. We live in Florida so we entertain outdoors almost year round and the pineapple blend perfectly with most of our themes.

These Pineapple Mason Jar Covers are so cute and a great way to dress up our patio table. The written pattern is easy to read and follow so these should work out nicely. A great way to use up some of my yellow and green yarn. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet jar cover.

Does it say anywhere in the pattern details exactly how many pineapple jar cozies I can make with the yarn noted? Is it just one? I could literally make a dozen of these for my outdoor table. I love looking at these! How about using these on your dressing table, to hold all your makeup brushes? Can someone create a pattern that mimics a pink flamingo? Because that is the perfect partner for the pineapple.

OOo! A flamingo! Great idea! As for how many this makes, I think you could get at least a dozen out of one skein each color of Red Heart Super Saver yarn.

I wanted to update this. I am making these for an upcoming fair and I got 12 jars out of a Caron One Pound, which is much bigger than a RHSS, so the RHSS would probably only make 6.

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