Crochet Mason Jar Tumblers & Coasters

Crochet coastersHere’s an adorable crochet pattern for a quick project! These mason jar cozies are great for using with tealights for a wintery decor DIY.

Use these crocheted mason jar cozies for small plants!These also work great for presenting gifts such as homemade jams & jellies. Use them to decorate any small mason jar that you use for holding pens, plants, etc!

Use these crocheted mason jar cozies for small plants!Materials:

-Sport/DK weight yarn. (I recommend not choosing a cotton yarn because it doesn’t stretch as well as wool or acrylic yarns do.)
-3mm crochet hook

Abbreviations:

inc – double crochet increase, 2 dc stitches in the same stitch.

Pattern:

Round 1: Ch 4, sl st in 1st ch to make a loop. Ch 3, 12 dc in loop. Sl st in 3rd ch.

Round 2: Ch 3, 1 dc in that same stitch, 2 dc in each stitch around. You should have 24 stitches around.

Round 3: Ch 3, 1 dc in same st. *1 dc, inc* repeat around. You should have 36 stitches.

Round 4: 1 sc in each st around.

Round 5: Ch 4, skip 3 stitches, 3 dc in the 4th stitch. *ch 1, skip 3 st, 3 dc. Repeat from * 6 more times. Ch 1, skip 3 st, 2 dc in the 1st ch st (1st of the 4 ch that you made at the beginning of this round), sl st into the 3rd ch.

Round 6: Ch 4, 2 dc in space. *Ch 1, 3 dc in next open space. Repeat from * 7 more times. Ch 1, sl st into 3rd ch. 

Round 7: Ch 4, skip 3 st, 3 dc in space. *Ch 1, 3 dc in next open space. Repeat from * 6 times. Ch 1, 2 dc in space, sl st into 3rd ch.

Round 8: Repeat rounds 6 & 7, 3 times.

Round 14: *Sc in space, 3 sc* repeat around. (36 st)

Use these crocheted mason jar cozies for small plants!A set of these charming clover shaped coasters would make a great handmade gift!

Materials:

-worsted weight yarn in 2 colors.
-4mm yarn hook

Abbreviations

inc – double crochet increase, 2 dc in the same stitch.

Pattern (Small Coaster):

Slip knot onto hook, ch 4. Sl st into first ch to make a loop.

Round 1: Ch 3, 11 dc in loop. (12 st) Sl st into 3rd ch.

Round 2: Ch 3, 1 dc in same st. Inc (2 dc in each st.) around. (24 st) Sl st into 3rd ch.

Round 3: With second yarn color, Ch 1, *1sc skip 2, 11 dc (in the same stitch), skip 2* Repeat from * 4 times. Join with sl st in 3rd ch from round 2.

Round 4: (1 sc, *2sc, 1sc. Repeat from * 4 times, sl st) Repeat ( ) 4 times, tie off and weave in ends.

Pattern (Large Coaster):

Slip knot onto hook, ch 4. Sl st into first ch to make a loop.

Round 1: Ch 3, 11 dc in loop. (12 st) Sl st into 3rd ch.

Round 2: Ch 3, 1 dc in same st. Inc (2 dc in each st.) around. (24 st) Sl st into 3rd ch.

Round 3: Ch 3, 1 dc in same st, *inc, inc, 1dc. Repeat from * around.

Round 4: With second yarn color, Ch 1, *1sc skip 4, 10 tc (in the same stitch), skip 4* Repeat from * 4 times. Join with sl st in 3rd ch from round 2.

Round 5: (1 sc, *inc. Repeat from * 10 times) Repeat ( ) 4 times, tie off and weave in ends.

To ensure that your coasters retain their shape and flatten, you need to block them. Simply spray them with water and pin them to an ironing board in the desired shape. Let them dry this way overnight.

Use pins and an ironing board to block small crochet projects!Use these crocheted mason jar cozies for small plants!Crochet Party!Whip up a set of these as a special gift for that coffee or tea lover in your life! The mason jar cozies work well for jar tumblers too! -Holly

Credits // Author: Holly Neufeld, Photography: Sarah Rhodes. Photos edited with A Beautiful Mess actions.

  • It’s better to show video of this in writings no body understands ☹️

  • I recently learn how to do crochet and simply love it. Great post! xo

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  • Mason jars need to stay warm in the winter too! -Audrey | Brunch at Audrey’s

  • I love these! What a great way to use up old yarn, but now I just need to learn how to crochet! 🙂

  • We put flowers in them, but you can use them for virtually anything. You might check etsy.com 🙂 -Jacki

  • Do you put Coffee Beans or ground coffee in the jar? Do you know anyone who can sell these designed cozies? I do not crochet and have no patience for same in time for Christmas?

  • These are so cute! I made some similar jar cozies a few years ago and I love the cozy vibe they give off. Maybe I should make some again? Been really into crocheting recently!

  • These are beyond cute! Love it. I’m definitely wanting to make some for Christmas gifts.

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  • Yaay, thanks for the pattern. I love to crochet, actually it’s one of my hobbies. 🙂
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  • These are adorable. Reeally like them!

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  • I’ve been knitting and crocheting for many years now, it’s refreshing to see other young gals getting into the craft with me! Thanks for the patterns, I love creating new goodies!

  • I am so glad you are doing PATTERNS on the blog now!! The 2015 planner I just had to buy, Happy Mail, You are sucking me back in… totally going to make these for gifts this Christmas!

  • I have the blanket with that pattern on it that I got on etsy from The Buttercup Boutique!

  • I absolutely love this!! I’ve been using mason jars to hold coffee as gifts this year, and this is a great way to dress them up!
    http://kaitawake.blogspot.ca/2014/12/diy-roast-your-own-coffee-for-christmas.html?m=1

  • Check out http://www.ravelry.com – it’s an enormous knitting/crochet/weaving community.

  • Love this tutorial.. but can I ask where that pattern with the tee pee’s is from!? SO CUTE!

  • Those are so cute! I would love to be able to knit! Do you maybe know a good site that teaches you how to do it?

    Greetings from Italy

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    Bambi

  • Thank you so much for clear instructions. It’s easier than I thought it would be.

  • So excited to try these patterns! I’ve made some crocheted drink cozies before, but I really love the spacing in this pattern. Yay for quick and cute projects!

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