{FREE} 3 Jersey Be Good Plant Cozy Knitting Patterns

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Seed Stitch Plant Cozy

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Available Sizes: One

Pattern Format: Written Pattern, No Chart

Pattern Language: English

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

PDF Format: Printer & Mobile Friendly

 

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Techniques:

Knit Flat {Back & Forth}

Knit & Purl Stitches

Clean edge

 

Material:

Yarn Weight: Super Bulky

Yardage: 25 – 35 yards {23 – 32 meters}

Suggested Yarn: Wool and the Gang Jersey Be Good T-Shirt Yarn

Needle Size: US 15 {10mm} Knitting Needles

 

Details:

Measurements: 4″ Wide x 11″ {10cm x 28cm}

Gauge: 9 STS & 9 rows per 4” {10cm} square, knit in the pattern below

 

Notes:

Reversible.

CO edge is the width.

Knit using the Seed Stitch.

 

Pattern, Knit Flat {Back & Forth}:

CO 9 STS {or any odd number}

Row 1: WYIF S1PW *P1, K1* P1, WYIF S1PW

Row 2: K1TBL *P1, K1* P1, K1TBL

Repeat rows 1-2 until it measures 10” {25 cm} or desired length. I knit mine until it was about 2-3” {5-8cm} too small and I stretched it to make it fit. I wanted the stitches to be further apart.

Tip: Place a stitch marker on the ODD side, so you know which side to slip STS and which side to knit. :) {It doesn’t matter which side you put the stitch marker on as long as you’re consistent with which side you knit and which side you slip the first stitch.}

BO on an even row: K1TBL *P1, K1* P1, K1TBL

Sew the Seam:

Sew the CO & BO edges together to create the circumference.

I seamed it together while it was wrapped around the planter instead of seaming it and then trying to slip it on the planter.

Weave in the ends.

 

Garter Stitch Plant Cozy

About:

Available Sizes: One

Pattern Format: Written Pattern, No Chart

Pattern Language: English

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

PDF Format: Printer & Mobile Friendly

 

Techniques:

Knit Flat {Back & Forth}

Knit Stitches

Clean Edge

 

Materials:

Yarn Weight: Super Bulky

Yardage: 25 – 35 yards {23 – 32 meters}

Suggested Yarn: Wool and the Gang Jersey Be Good T-Shirt Yarn

Needle Size: US 15 {10mm} Knitting Needles

 

Details:

Measurements: 3 1/2″ Wide x 9 3/4″ {9cm x 25cm} {before sewing seam}

Gauge: 8 STS & 8 rows per 3 1/2” {9cm} square, knit in the pattern below

 

Notes:

Reversible.

CO edge is the width.

Knit using the Garter Stitch.

 

Pattern, Knit Flat {Back & Forth}:

CO 8 STS {or any even number}

Row 1: WYIF S1PW, K6, WYIF S1PW

Row 2: K1TBL, K6, K1TBL

Repeat rows 1-2 until it measures 9 3/4” or desired length. I knit mine until it was about 1/4” too small and I stretched it to make it fit. I wanted the stitches to be further apart.

Tip: Place a stitch marker on the ODD side, so you know which side to slip STS and which side to knit :) {It doesn’t matter which side you put the stitch marker on as long as you’re consistent with which side you knit and which side you slip the first stitch.}

BO in all knit STS.

Sew the Seam:

Sew the CO & BO edges together to create the circumference.

I stretched this one, so the stitches are further apart so I seamed it together while it was wrapped around the planter instead of seaming it and then trying to slip it on the planter.

Weave in the ends.

 

Stockinette Stitch Plant Cozy

About:

Available Sizes: One

Pattern Format: Written Pattern, No Chart

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

PDF Format: Printer & Mobile Friendly

 

Techniques:

Knit Flat {Back & Forth}

Knit & Purl Stitches

Clean Edge

 

Materials:

Yarn Weight: Super Bulky

Yardage: 25 – 35 yards {23 – 32 meters}

Suggested Yarn: Wool and the Gang Jersey Be Good T-Shirt Yarn

Needle Size: US 15 {10mm} Knitting Needles

 

Details:

Measurements: 3 1/2″ Wide x 10″ {9cm x 26cm} {before sewing seam}

Gauge: 8 STS & 8 rows per 3 1/2” {9cm} square, knit in the pattern below

 

Notes:

Not reversible.

CO edge is the width.

Knit using the stockinette stitch.

 

Pattern, Knit Flat {Back & Forth}:

CO 8 STS {or any even number}

Row 1: WYIF S1PW, P6, WYIF S1PW

Row 2: K1TBL, K6, K1TBL

Repeat rows 1-2 until it measures 10” or desired length. I knit mine until the CO and BO edges touched when I put it around the planter.

Tip: Place a stitch marker on the ODD side, so you know which side to slip STS and which side to knit :) {It doesn’t matter which side you put the stitch marker on as long as you’re consistent with which side you knit and which side you slip the first stitch.}

BO in all knit STS on an even row.

Sew the Seam:

Sew the CO & BO edges together to create the circumference.

I seamed it together while it was off the planter and then slipped it on the planter.

Weave in the ends.

 

Abbreviations:

* – * – repeat between *

BO – bind-off in pattern

CO – cast-on {long-tail cast-on method}

K – knit stitches {K1 means to knit 1 stitch}

K1TBL – knit 1 stitch through the back loop

P – purl stitches {P2 means to purl 2 stitches}

S1PW – slip one stitch purl-wise

STS – stitches

WYIF – with yarn in front

 

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