Crochet Hanging Glass Jar Lantern Holder

May 29, 2018

Today I've uploaded a video tutorial showing how to make this gorgeous lantern holder. The one I make in the video is perfectly sized for a Bon Maman preserve jar, which could hold a battery tea light or fairy lights or a real tea light or even be filled with wax and wicked. Just be careful of where you are hanging it if you are using real flame and also make sure that the handle is longer so that the flame is further away from the branch that the whole thing is suspended from.


I used a 3.5mm hook and Drops 100% recycled cotton yarn for this video but you can change that and adapt the pattern to suit your yarn, your hook and your jar. It's quite simple to do so.


This project starts with a magic ring and rows of DC (TR in UK terms) and then goes on to use the shell stitch to give the gorgeous lacey pattern which allows light to seep through in beautiful patterns.


The written pattern is available on this website in the filing room section or you can click here.


For the video click  here.


Any questions do let me know either in the comments here or the comments below the video.


Happy crocheting!


Andrea x

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