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Jar Lid Covers

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Show your kitchen some crochet love! Use this free crochet pattern to make adorable covers for your jars. They add cute flair and style to your counter tops!

Crochet Jar Lid Covers
This image courtesy of www.karpstyles.com

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Crochet Hook: 4.5 mm hook

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

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Wow! This gives a new definition to the huge, old school storage jars of our grandmothers. I recall now how many big, beautiful jars I have disposed because sometimes I thought I have no use for them. These Jar Lid Covers are a great idea to make your collection of jars so appealing. it adds an aesthetic appeal to the rather drab and boring jars line up in the kitchen cupboard of jars kept in the bathroom. I can't wait to do this. This will also make a great gift for mom's birthday, mother's day, Christmas, a sister's birthday, for any occasion actually. I'm sure mom or sister has a collection of jars will appreciate this so much. Thanks for the free pattern.

These are just the cutest things. I am going to use old jars that I have around the house, such as a mayo jar or a pickle one. Then I want to fill them with something like MM's or pepper mints , peanuts, pasta, anything. Then make one of these gorgeous toppers and it's all set as a Christmas gift. They are great to have on hand incase of an emergency gift exchange!

Jackie, just an fyi - for this Jar Lid Cover pattern, you may want to check the text in Rnd 7,8,9,10 so it will say at the end to "sl st to first st to join". Not a big deal but if someone new see this, they may be confused.

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