OK…… so this is something I’ve been wanting to make for a while, so I thought on this very dull, cold and rainy morning in August that I’d finally spend a bit of time making a crochet plant pot cover.
This is a super quick and easy Plant Pot cover, using Single and Half Double crochet to give a nice close texture – this is a super quick to make – and a perfect advanced beginners project.
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How long does it take to crochet a Plant Pot Cover?
These are a really quick make – because they use Super bulky yarn!
You can expect to have this finished, with the ends all sewn in within 30 minutes!
Other Super Bulky Yarn Patterns
If you are looking for quick quick crochet projects
What Stitches do you need to know?
As I’ve said before this is an advanced beginners project. There are a couple of slightly “trickier” bits, but with my tutorials – they will be super easy!
You need to know how too:
Crochet Pattern Options
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To make a crochet plant pot cover
10mm crochet hook
needle (for sewing in ends -These are perfect for super bulky yarn)
A tuna tin/ can (washed and dried)
A 10cm plant pot.
Abbreviations: US Terms
CH – Chain
SC – Single crochet
FPHDC – Front post Half Double crochet
HDC – Half Double Crochet
SS – Slip Stitch
To crochet a plant pot cover
Start with a magic ring, chain 1.
Round 1: 8SC in the magic ring, SS to the top and pull tight.
Round 2: 2 SC in each stitch, SS
Round 3: CH2, 1 FPHDC in each stitch, SS to join
Round 4-10: 1 HDC in each, SS to join
Round 11: Join the cream on the last YO from round 10. 1HDC in each stitch, SS to join.
Round 12: 1 HDC in each, SS to join and fasten off.
An extreme close up……..
Here it is…….. So who’s going to make one?
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