Cabled Jar Cozy Knitting Pattern (Free)

Cabled Jar Cozy Knitting Pattern (Free)

These beautiful wraps are easily adjusted to fit jars of any circumference – just ensure that the knitting fits around the jar when slightly stretched, and end the knitting one row before the final pattern row (the final pattern row will be worked during the grafting process) Simple! Cable Knitting Pattern

Cabled Jar Cozy Knitting Pattern (Free)

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YOU WILL NEED
Hayfield, Aran With Wool (80% acrylic, 20% wool, 100g/210m) 1 ball of Softmint (741) – A pair of 4½ mm needles – A 4.5mm crochet hook
Cable needle – Tapestry needle
Several short (2m) lengths of scrap yarn in contrasting colour and similar weight (for provisional cast on)
Jam jar (approx 22cm circumference) Large jar (approx 35cm circumference)

TENSION
Yarn used knits as aran to this tension: 17 sts and 26 rows to measure 10x10cm (4x4in) using 4½ mm needles over st st (allow 2 extra sts for cable)
SIZE
Small cover 24cm circumference
Large cover 37cm circumerence

ABBREVIATIONS  (Cabled Jar Cozy Knitting Pattern (Free)
C4B Sl next 2 sts onto cn and hold at back of work, K2, then K2 from cn – C4F Sl next 2 sts onto cn and hold at front of work, K2, then K2 from cn
C8B Sl next 4 sts onto cn and hold at back of work, K4, then K4 from cn – T3B Sl next st onto cn and hold at back of work, K2, then P1 from cn
T3F Sl next 2 sts onto cn and hold at front of work, P1, then K2 from cn – T4B Sl next 2 sts onto cn and hold at back of work, K2, then P2 from cn
T4F Sl next 2 sts onto cn and hold at front of work, P2, then K2 from cn

PROVISIONAL CAST ON

Make a slip knot using scrap yarn and place it on the crochet hook. Hold the crochet hook in your right hand and the knitting needle in your left hand. Position the crochet hook over the knitting needle and carry the working yarn underneath the needle then over the crochet hook. *Use the hook to pull the working yarn through the loop on the hook. Move the working yarn back underneath the knitting needle then over the hook. Repeat from * until the required number of sts has been cast on. Cut the yarn and pass the tail loosely through the loop on the hook, then tie a knot in the end of the yarn – this is the end you will use to begin unravelling the provisional cast on later.

KITCHENER STITCH

To graft the ends together using Kitchener stitch for a completely seamless finish, you need to adjust the method based upon the current stitch type you are grafting and the type of stitch that follows it. For these wraps there are four variations:

Put needle purlwise into first st on front needle and pull yarn through. Put needle knitwise into first st on back needle and pull yarn through.

Where a K st is followed by a K st:

Step 1 Put needle knitwise into 1st st on front needle and sl st off needle. Step 2 Put needle purlwise into next st on front needle and pull yarn through. Step 3 Put needle purlwise into 1st st on back needle and sl st off needle. Step 4 Put needle knitwise into next st on back needle and pull yarn through.

Where a K st is followed by a P st:

Step 1 Put needle knitwise into 1st st on front needle and sl st off needle. Step 2 Put needle knitwise into next st on front needle and pull yarn through. Step 3 Put needle purlwise into 1st st on back needle and sl st off needle. Step 4 Put needle purlwise into next st on back needle and pull yarn through.

Cable Knitting Pattern

Cable Knitting Pattern

Cabled Jar Cozy Knitting Pattern (Free)

A solid-colour yarn is the best choice to show off these intricate-looking twists.

Where a P st is followed by a P st: Step 1 Put needle purlwise into 1st st on front needle and sl st off needle.
Step 2 Put needle knitwise into next st on front needle and pull yarn through.
Step 3 Put needle knitwise into 1st st on back needle and sl st off needle.
Step 4 Put needle purlwise into next st on back needle and pull yarn through.

Where a P st is followed by a K st: Step 1 Put needle purlwise into 1st st on front needle and sl st off needle.
Step 2 Put needle purlwise into next st on front needle and pull yarn through.
Step 3 Put needle purlwise into 1st st on back needle and sl st off needle.
Step 4 Put needle knitwise into 1st st on back needle and pull through.

CABLED JAM JAR WRAP   
Cast on 18 sts using 4.5mm crochet hook and contrast yarn using the provisional cast on method (see above). Join in main yarn and work throughout
in this yarn.

Row 1 K3, P2, K8, P2, K3. Row 2 K5, P8, K5.
Row 3 As row 1. Row 4 As row 2.
Row 5 K3, P2, C8B, P2, K3. Row 6 As row 2. Row 7 As row 1.

Row 8 K5, P8, K5.
Rows 1–8 form cable pattern. Repeat these rows a further 7 times, ending with a row 7 of patt. Starting at the knotted end, unravel the provisional cast on, and place the sts onto a 4½ mm needle. Fold the knitting in half and hold the two needles parallel, with the last row worked at the back and the unpicked cast on at the front, the working yarn should be hanging down at the right on the back needle. Break yarn leaving a long length (1m) and use Kitchener st to graft the two sets of sts together (see instructions above).
Fasten off.

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LARGE CABLED JAR WRAP
Cast on 34 sts using 4.5mm crochet hook and contrast yarn using the provisional cast on method (see above). Join in main yarn and work throughout
in this yarn.

Row 1 K3, P2, (K2, P3) twice, C4B, (P3, K2) twice, P2, K3. Row 2 K5, (P2, K3) twice, P4, (K3, P2) twice, K5.
Row 3 K3, P2, K2, P3, T3F, T4B, T4F, T3B, P3, K2, P2, K3. Row 4 K5, P2, K4, (P4, K4) twice, P2, K5.
Row 5 K3, P2, T3F, P3, C4F, P4, C4F, P3, T3B, P2, K3. Row 6 K6, P2, K3, P4, K4, P4, K3, P2, K6.
Row 7 K3, P3, T3F, (T4B, T4F) twice, T3B, P3, K3. Row 8 K7, P4, (K4, P4) twice, K7.
Row 9 K3, P4, C4B, (P4, C4B) twice, P4, K3. Row 10 As row 8.  Cabled Jar Cozy Knitting Pattern (Free)

Row 11 K3, P3, T3B, (T4F, T4B) twice, T3F, P3, K3. Row 12 As row 6.
Row 13 K3, P2, T3B, P3, C4F, P4, C4F, P3, T3F, P2, K3.
Row 14 As row 4.
Row 15 K3, P2, K2, P3, T3B, T4F, T4B, T3F, P3, K2, P2, K3.
Row 16 K5, (P2, K3) twice, P4, (K3, P2) twice, K5.

Rows 1–16 form cable pattern. Repeat these rows a further 5 times, ending with a row 15 of patt. Starting at the knotted end, unravel theprovisional cast on, and place the sts onto a 4½ mm needle. Fold the knitting in half and hold the two needles parallel, with the last row worked at the back and the unpicked cast on at the front, the working yarn should be hanging down at the right on the back needle. Break yarn leaving a long length (1m) and use Kitchener st to graft the two sets of sts together (see instructions above).
Fasten off.

Cable Knitting Pattern

Cable Knitting Pattern

Cable Knitting Pattern

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