Happy Friday! The weather in my neck of the woods has been unseasonably warm, it’s been unbelievable. A trip to the park left us all wore out but happy to be soaked in warm sunshine. It’s hard to believe that the Holidays are just around the corner. I am holding off to get my tree out until after Thanskgiving, but these little pops of holiday cheer make me so happy! These adorable crochet candle cozies are a cute and quick way to bring some holiday color to your decor.
Crochet Candle Cozies
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Gauge: 15 dc = 4″
Warning: DO NOT burn the candle with cozy! These are for decoration but could be flammable if you like the candle. If you want the ambiance of lit candles, please use the LED light candles for your cozies.
Special Stitch: Dc Double Crossover (you can find the video here)
This stitch looks really fancy and lovely, but don’t be scared! It’s just double crochet stitches. Be sure to watch the video! It’s easy once you understand the method.
Ch 22 (multiples of 4 + 2). Make your chain longer to make your cozy taller. Work more rows to make it fit a wider candle.
1. Dc in 2nd ch from hook. Dc in each st across. Turn. (20 sts)
2. – 16. Ch 2. *Sk 2 sts. Dc in next 2 sts. Yarn over, cross across previously worked dc and insert hook into first skipped st. Complete dc. Yarn over, cross across 2 dc, insert hook in 2nd skipped st. Complete dc.* work 5 times. Turn.
17. Ch 1. Dc in same st. Dc in next 2 sts. Sk 2 sts. Dc in next st. Dc 9. Ch 2. Sk 2 sts. Dc in next 3 sts. (20 sts)
Break yarn, weave in ends.
Using needle and thread, attach buttons on the opposite end as the button holes.
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