Chunky Bowl Cover Free Crochet Pattern

Chunky Bowl Cover Free Crochet Pattern

Naked bowls are so yesterday. Create your own version of this Chunky Bowl Cover Free Crochet Pattern and display it in your kitchen. One skein crochet patterns are perfect for anyone who's short on time or low on funds. In no time at all, you can crochet a bowl cover that really stands out. What makes this project especially unique is the super bulky yarn. There's nothing delicate about this free crochet pattern - it's durable and versatile. If you're feeling extra ambitious, use multiple skeins of yarn and create a one-of-a-kind color scheme. You can even crochet a bowl cover that matches your kitchen decor.

Difficulty LevelBeginner

Crochet HookP/16 or 11.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

Materials List

  • 1 skein Bernat Mega Bulky Yarn
  • Crochet Hook P 11.50 mm
  • Scissors

Instructions

  1. Attach yarn to your crochet hook. Chain 5 and form a ring with the stitches by slip stitching into the first stitch.

  2. Chain 3, Double crochet 12 stitches into the ring and join with a slip stitch into the top of the Chain 3.

  3. Chain 3, then Double Crochet in the same stitch as the Chain 3. Double Crochet twice into each stitch all the way around.

  4. Chain 3, Double Crochet in the same stitch as the Chain 3. *Double Crochet twice in the next stitch. Double Crochet once in the next stitch. Repeat from * all the way around. Join with a Slip Stitch to the top of the Chain 3.

  5. Chain 1, Single Crochet into the back loop of the next stitch and continue all the way around. Slip Stitch to the beginning of the Chain 1. Note: This will create the ledge, perfect for the bottom edge of the bowl.

  6. Single crochet all around the edge of the bowl, joining with a slip stitch. Repeat to create a second row.

  7. Chain 3, Double Crochet in the same stitch as the Chain 3. Double Crochet into each stitch all the way around. Join with a Slip Stitch to the top of the Chain 3.

  8. Chain 1, Single Crochet into the back loop of the next stitch and continue all the way around. Slip Stitch to the beginning of the Chain 1.

  9. Single Crochet all around the edge of the bowl, joining with a Slip Stitch.

  10. Using the remaining yarn, thread it through the top edge of each stitch, wrapping it around and over the next stitch. Hide the end of the yarn by threading it down  through the stitches along the side of the bowl and trim. Turn the bowl inside out and form into desired shape.

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This is such a great idea. Decorative bowls can be quite pricey and as is mentioned in an earlier comment, you can change it around for all the different holidays. I think I will make a cover for the plants I bought. Pots can be pricey as well. Yarn - I have plenty of that

Having a bowl COVER is the least expensive way to change up your table setting for just about every kind of holiday or change of paint color you can imagine. Much cheaper than buying new bowls, creating a crocheted bowl COVER is just the thing i need in my life right now. I could go crazy with parirotic versions, holiday colors, and festive color schemes like for a birthday or graduation.

This is such an inexpensive way of keeping up with the current trends without breaking the bank. Here is a great pattern you can do to keep things fresh in your home for each season. You can create this pattern in different colors to go along with each season, and just change out the basket, using the same bowl. Put different items in the bowl that go along with the current season, and you are on fashionable trend. Thanks so much for this pattern!

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