SMALL ACCESSORIES STORAGE SET

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SMALL ACCESSORIES STORAGE SET

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Small Accessories Storage Set – Free Crochet Pattern

This Small Accessories Storage Set is just perfect as an up-cycle project. Plus the bonus it provides storage for all those little itty bits like buttons, snaps, needles, ribbons and all sorts!!

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Easy
Basic stitches, simple shaping and finishing.
Concentration required.

Notes on the yarn – You can use any yarn really – cotton will also work great!

Materials:

  • 3 x Small Purity Bottle ( any small bottle 6 cm in diameter)
  • Double knitting light worsted yarn in 4 colors, pink, purple, green and cream (approx 25gr for each color)
  • Crochet hook 3,5mm
  • Yarn Needle
  • Stitch Marker

Abbreviations:

sc – single crochet
dc – double crochet
dc-cluster – double crochet cluster
sl st – slip stitch
mm – move maker (stitch marker)
ff – fasten off

Gauge: 8 stitches (5 cm)  and 4 rows (2 cm)  – Not necessary to keep strict tension, as long as Bottle Cover fits snugly around bottle success is achieved.

Finished Size:

Basket – 12 cm in diameter and 6 cm in length
Bottle Cover – 6 cm in diameter and 6 cm in length
Bottle Lid – 7 cm in diameter and 2 cm in length

Notes: Any small bottle 6 cm in diameter and 6 cm in length will work. But bigger bottles sizes are easily adjusted by just adding rounds at the bottom (increase 6 stitches with every round) and adding rounds in length until desired size is made.

Example: Bottle Cover – After rnd 6 – Increase like follows: *Work 2 SC in first ST and 1 SC in each of the next five STS.  Repeat from * around (42 SC). MM

Bottle Lid – After rnd 4 – Increase like follows: *Work 2 SC in first ST and 1 SC in each of the next seven STS.  Repeat from * around (54 SC). MM

NOTE: This pattern was originally released as a contributor post of The Stitchin Mommy in May 2015

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This is a great project to use up old Purity or small jar bottles!

INSTRUCTIONS:

Bottle Cover:

With pink/green or purple yarn and 3.5mm hook

This part is made by working in continuous rounds, so you may want to use a stitch marker to keep record of your current rnd.

Rnd 1: With yarn, CH 2. Work 6 SC in second CH from hook. Place a stitch marker in the last SC to designate the end of the rnd.

Rnd 2: Work 2 SC in each ST around (12 SC). MM

Rnd 3: *Work 2 SC in first ST and 1 SC in next ST. Repeat from * around (18 SC). MM

Rnd 4: *Work 2 SC in first ST and 1 SC in each of the next two STS.  Repeat from * around (24 SC). MM

Rnd 5: *Work 2 SC in first ST and 1 SC in each of the next three STS. Repeat from * around (30 SC). MM

Rnd 6: *Work 2 SC in first ST and 1 SC in each of the next four STS.  Repeat from * around (36 SC). MM

Rnd 7: For this rnd only work in the back loops. Work 1 SC in each ST around (36 SC). MM

Rnd 8 -20: Work 1 SC into each ST around (36 SC). MM

Rnd 21: SL ST into each ST around. FO and weave in ends.

 

Bottle Lid:

With pink/green or purple yarn and 3.5mm hook

CH4, join with a SL ST to form a ring.

Rnd 1: CH3 (counts as 1DC), 2DC-cluster into ring, CH1, *3DC-cluster into ring, CH1. Repeat from *4 more times, join with a SL ST into top of 1st cluster

Rnd 2: SL ST into 1st CH1 space, CH3, 1DC (counts as 1st cluster), CH1, 2DC-cluster into same space, CH1, *work [2DC cluster, CH1, 2DC-cluster] into next CH1 space, rep from *to end. Cut yarn and join cream yarn with a SL ST into top of 1st cluster.

Rnd 3: SL ST into 1st CH1 space, CH3 (counts as 1DC), 2DC-cluster into same space, CH2, * 3DC-cluster into next CH1 space, CH1, rep from *to end. Join with a SL ST into top of 1st cluster.

Rnd 4: CH1, *work 2SC into top of cluster, work 2SC into CH2 space, repeat from * until end (48 SC).

Rnd 5: For this rnd only work in the back loops. CH1, work 1 SC in each ST around (48 SC).

Rnd6-7: CH1, work 1 SC in each ST around (48 SC).

Rnd 8: SL ST into each ST around. FO and weave in ends.

 

Basket:

With cream yarn and 3.5mm hook

This part is made by working in continuous rounds, so you may want to use a stitch marker to keep record of your current rnd.

Rnd 1: With yarn, CH 2. Work 6 SC in second CH from hook. Place a stitch marker in the last SC to designate the end of the rnd.

Rnd 2: Work 2 SC in each ST around (12 SC). MM

Rnd 3: *Work 2 SC in first ST and 1 SC in next ST. Repeat from * around (18 SC). MM

Rnd 4: *Work 2 SC in first ST and 1 SC in each of the next two STS.  Repeat from * around (24 SC). MM

Rnd 5: *Work 2 SC in first ST and 1 SC in each of the next three STS. Repeat from * around (30 SC). MM

Rnd 6: *Work 2 SC in first ST and 1 SC in each of the next four STS.  Repeat from * around (36 SC). MM

Rnd 7: *Work 2 SC in first ST and 1 SC in each of the next five STS.  Repeat from * around (42 SC). MM

Rnd 8: *Work 2 SC in first ST and 1 SC in each of the next six STS.  Repeat from * around (48 SC). MM

Rnd 9: *Work 2 SC in first ST and 1 SC in each of the next seven STS.  Repeat from * around (54 SC). MM

Rnd 10: *Work 2 SC in first ST and 1 SC in each of the next eight STS.  Repeat from * around (60 SC). MM

Rnd 11: *Work 2 SC in first ST and 1 SC in each of the next nine STS.  Repeat from * around (66 SC). MM

Rnd 12: *Work 2 SC in first ST and 1 SC in each of the next ten STS.  Repeat from * around (72 SC). MM

Rnd 13: *Work 2 SC in first ST and 1 SC in each of the next eleven STS.  Repeat from * around (78 SC). MM

Rnd 14: *Work 2 SC in first ST and 1 SC in each of the next twelve STS.  Repeat from * around (84 SC). MM

Rnd 15: For this rnd only work in the back loops. Work 1 SC in each ST around (84 SC).

Rnd 16-18: Work 1 SC in each ST around (84 SC).

Join green yarn with a SL ST into next SC

Rnd 19: CH3, 2DC-cluster into same ST as 3CH, CH2, skip 2 STS, *work a 3DC-cluster into next ST, CH2, skip 2 STS. Repeat from * until end. Join pink yarn with a  SL ST into top of 1st cluster.

Rnd 20: CH3, 2DC-cluster into same ST as 3CH, CH2, skip 2 STS, *work a 3DC-cluster into next ST, CH2, skip 2 STS. Repeat from * until end. Join purple yarn with a  SL ST into top of 1st cluster.

Rnd 21: CH3, 2DC-cluster into same ST as 3CH, CH2, skip 2 STS, *work a 3DC-cluster into next ST, CH2, skip 2 STS. Repeat from * until end. Join cream yarn with a  SL ST into top of 1st cluster.

Rnd 22: CH1, work 1 SC into top of cluster, work 2 SC into 2CH space. *Work 1 SC into top of next 3DC-cluster, work 2 SC into 2CH space. Repeat from * until end. SL ST into 1st SC.

Rnd 23-24: CH1, work 1 SC into each SC until end. SL ST loosely into each st around. FO and weave in ends.

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3 Comments

  1. Ok, got it! They are baby food jars..:) We have Gerber brand here in the US.
    Now the size makes sense, silly me!
    Thank you!

  2. Author

    Hi!

    I can totally understand that you think they might be bigger – but those were the sizes of the covers – they fit the really small purity baby jar bottles, lol

  3. Hi Joanita,
    first off I Love your patterns and that you share your talent with us.
    I do have a question about the “finished size” of these cute jar covers.

    Finished Size:

    Basket – 12 cm in diameter and 6 cm in length
    Bottle Cover – 6 cm in diameter and 6 cm in length
    Bottle Lid – 7 cm in diameter and 2 cm in length

    12 cm = 4.7 inches
    6 cm = 2.36 inches
    7 cm = 2.75 inches
    2 cm = .79 inches

    They look bigger in the photo.
    Thank you!!!!

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