These adorable crochet wine covers look just like little gnomes! The crochet buffalo plaid color work gives it a very festive, holiday look. Make a few for holiday gifts this year!
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This will be the first Plaid Week where I don’t have a plaid pattern each day. It took a while to come to terms with the fact I simply cannot do all the things I want to do right now. I am still very pleased to see the change up pace this year. It has been very fun to see and share all the user submissions for the Plaid Week.
It might just become a new Plaid Week yearly tradition!
So even though we don’t have a lot of NEW content this year, I am hoping sharing the user projects my show you something from my archives you haven’t seen for a while!
I was quite happy with how these little gnome bottle covers turned out. They are rather quick, and would make cute neighbor gifts this year!
I personally love the plaid look of the bottom part, but honestly, you could work it in a solid color too.
The pattern includes large block plaid, small block plaid for a regular size bottle and a small block pattern for a mini bottle of Martinelli’s (because mini is just SO cute!)
CROCHET WINE COVERS – CROCHET PATTERN
What you need:
– 4mm Hook
– 1 ball each of Heartland in Redwood(Red), Black Canyon(Black), Mount Rainier (Gray)
– 1 ball each of Premier Anti Pilling Worsted in Snow White (White), Burgundy (Wine)
– Fluffy White Yarn (WeCrochet Biggo in Bare)
– Hot Glue Gun
Abbreviations: US Terms
Sc –single crochet
Dc –Double Crochet
Sl st –Slip Stitch
FPDC – Front Post Double Crochet
St – stitch
HOW TO GET THIS GNOME WINE COVER PATTERN:
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