Welcome Home Pineapple Jar Cover

Welcome Home Pineapple Jar Cover

Welcome Home Pineapple Jar Cover
Welcome Home Pineapple Jar Cover

"Wouldn’t this be pretty on your table, out on the porch, while the children are in the yard catching fireflies? A welcoming pineapple for your table. You could make several and place them around on your banister, or make them to hang for hooks to light up your night. I love the wrapped DC stitch and the lacey design. Drop a battery operated tealight candle into the bottom and it will throw beautiful shadows all around. It’s the second in a series of three crochet patterns for you to enjoy this summer."

Difficulty LevelIntermediate

Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

Finished Size3" across the bottom/ 6" tall

Materials List

  • Peaches ’n Cream 100% Cotton yarn MC = Approx. 100-125 yds; CC = Approx. 40 yds. and 1 pint jar. NOTE: I recommend using Cotton Yarn if you will be using a candle, as acrylic yarns can and will melt.
  • Pint Jar
  • Battery Operated Tea Light

Instructions

This is worked from the bottom up, with close attention to the High Post Back Half Double Crochet stitch. There are photos to help you along. There is a chart to help you understand the wrapped DC stitch sequence.

Assembly

Pattern Notes: 1: Beginning CH 1 or Beginning CH 2 of each round, does not count as a stitch unless otherwise stated Special Stitch Wrapped DC = DC in CH 3 SP (2x), DC around 2 DC just made. Wrapped DC made

Edging

The pineapple crown is easy with a chart to help you along.

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I love projects where I can repurpose things I already have. This pattern calls for a pint jar and I have several that arent safe for canning. The only Special Stitch is a Wrapped Double Crochet, but it doesnt sound that complicated. This would be great for a craft sale as you could sell just the covers and let the customer supply their own jar.

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