Simple Mason Jar Topper


If you saw my post yesterday, you might have seen the little crochet jar topper I made.  Well, today I'm sharing the pattern with you!  Not that it's much of a pattern, it's pretty simple, but it'll save you from having to figure it out yourself ;)  This should fit most narrow mouth jars.


  • Any worsted weight yarn (I used Lily Sugar n Cream in "Sunshine")
  • Size "I" crochet hook
  • Dc - Double Crochet
  • Ch - Chain
  • Sc - Single Crochet
  1. DC 14 into a magic loop, slip to join, ch 2 and turn 
  2. Dc into same, 2 dc in each remaining stitch, slip to join, ch 1, turn
  3. Sc in the back loop only in each stitch, slip to join, ch 2 and turn
  4. *Skip stitch, sc*, repeat from * to *, slip to join, ch 2 and turn
  5. Dc in each stitch, slip to join, bind off and weave in ends
  6. Braid some yarn and weave it through holes formed in row 4
  7. Tie in a cute little bow =)
*Note: It may be a little tight at first, but it'll stretch.  If you find you need a bit more room, just add a row of single crochet between rows 2 and 3.

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