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Crocheted Knob Pot Cover

Posted on January 1, 2010

T-Yarn Knob Cover As promised in my last post, here is my crocheted knob pot cover pattern. This project was worked using recycled t-shirts cut into t-yarn or tarn. Tarn is the material created by cutting the t-shirt into a long strip about 3/8″ to 1/2″ wide and then is gently stretched so the tarn curls in on itself. Here is my tutorial for making what I call curled t-yarn.

Rug Yarn Knob Cover For those people who would like to crochet this knob cover using rug or chunky yarn, here is a picture of my lid cover crocheted using some black rug yarn. I have included the option for crocheting with rug yarn in the free pattern below.

Depending on your knob size, you may need to adjust your stitches in the crochet pattern posted. The important thing is to check the fit of your cover as you crochet the rounds so your knob cover fits snugly and doesn’t slip off.

I just love my knob cover and use it all the time on my old glass crockpot lid. It is so nice now to just slip the cover over the knob and I can lift the lid without having to worry about it being too hot or slipping out of my hand.

I hope you enjoy this free pattern and want to take this opportunity to say Happy New Year.
Have a wonderful 2010 everyone!

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Crocheted Knob Pot and Lid Cover Pattern

Materials needed:
Small amount of tarn (t-shirt yarn) cut into 3/8-1/2” inch wide strips and gently pulled to curl your tarn

Option: Rug yarn or a chunky yarn can be used in place of tarn see pattern changes at the bottom.
Hook: “H” U.S. size metal crochet hook

Finished knob cover is 1-3/4” wide at top and 3” wide at base

Rnd 1
Using t-yarn / tarn or rug yarn make a magic circle and Sc 7 times into circle. Do NOT turn your work in this project. Mark so you know where the round starts as you do not join in this project unless specially told to but rather just continue working in rounds.
Rnd 2
Work 2 Sc in ea st around. (Remember don’t turn or join.)
Check your knob cover to make sure the size is right for your pot or knob. Adjust your stitches as needed for larger or smaller knobs.
Rnd 3
Sc in each st around.
Tip: For a smaller knob, I worked 1 SC Tog (1 dec made) over the next two sts on round 3 and repeated this for round 3 as needed. Just check your fit for the knob you are covering and adjust your stitches as needed.
Rnd 4
Ch 3, 2 Dc in same st, *3 Dc in next st*. Repeat between * around. Join with Sl St to top of Ch 3. FO and weave under ends.

Rug or Chunky Yarn Option:
Rnd 1-2 – Work same as above
Rnd 3 – *Work 1 Sc Tog over the next 2 sts (1 dec made.)* Repeat between * to end of rnd.
Rnd 4 – *Work Sc in next st, then 1 Sc Tog over the next 2 sts (1 dec made.)* Repeat between * to end of rnd. Check fit of your knob cover and adjust your stitches as needed.
Rnd 5 – Ch 3, work 2 Dc in sm st. *Work 3 Dc in next st*. Repeat between * to end of rnd. Join with Sl St to top of Ch 3. FO and weave under ends.

If you have any questions or find discrepancies in this pattern, please email me using contact tab above.

Abbreviations:
Beg – Beginning
Ch – Chain
Dec – Decrease
Ea – Each
FO – Finish Off
Rnd – Round
Sc – Single Crochet
Sk – Skip
Sl St – Slip Stitch
Sm – Same
St – Stitch
Tog – Together
T-Yarn – T-Shirt Yarn

This pattern is copyrighted by Cindy of My Recycled Bags {dot com} and may only be used for private individual use. No commercial sales or use of this pattern or photos are permitted. Links to this pattern are acceptable and appreciated. ©2009-2010

****Please do not copy my patterns on your blog site or post my patterns on Internet sites. I do not allow my patterns to be republished without expressed written permission. Posting of my patterns, without written permission is in violation of my copyrights and is content theft.

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7 Responses to “Crocheted Knob Pot Cover”

  1. Erik Homemade
    Jan 02, 2010

    Cindy!
    What a wonderfully practical and delightful idea! I NEED one of these for my slow cooker lid! Thanks for the great idea!!


  2. Indrani
    Jan 03, 2010

    Great idea! How nice of you have shared this. Recycling things like this can save this world.

    Wish many more ideas this year! :)
    Have a Very Happy and safe 2010!
    .-= Indrani´s last blog ..Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year! =-.


  3. drenka
    Jan 03, 2010

    Such a clever idea! I have allways wondered what to do with the hot knob , and here is the answer!
    .-= drenka´s last blog .. =-.


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  5. Condo Blues
    Jan 06, 2010

    When I first looked at the photo I thought it was a crocheted cupcake :) Too many sweets over the holidays I guess.
    .-= Condo Blues ´s last blog ..Save Money! Find and Fix Air Leaks and Drafts =-.


  6. Lois
    Nov 27, 2012

    Excuse my ignorance. What is a magic circle?


  7. Cindy
    Nov 28, 2012

    Lois – A magic circle is just a way to make a ring that slips closed so you can tighten it later for a smaller hole. I added a link in the post and also sent you an email with a You-Tube tutorial link.



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