These Crochet Bowl Covers are Microwave Safe and ideal for when you need to reheat soups or leftovers in your microwave.
They’re an easy Free Pattern and don’t they look brilliant. Make them complement your crockery. The pattern uses just two simple stitches – chain and double crochet and no more burnt hands!
Jessie At Home recommends that you start off by making the cozy until it fits around the bowl with the short sides going up to the right height.
Once the crochet bowl cover is the size you need just cut the yarn, and weave in the ends. The crochet bowl covers are easy to wash and dry too. Just throw them in the washer and dryer.
We’ve also found a handy video tutorial that shows you how to crochet Mason Jar and Kitchen Storage Jar Lids.
Be sure to view it below. It includes instructions for both right-handed and left-handed crocheters.
Crochet Bowl Covers Video Tutorial
These Mason Jar Lid Covers will come in so handy around the home or in the kitchen and they’re perfect for gifts too.
This video is for Right Handed Crochet plus you can also view a Left Handed version. Click Play above to view ^
These pretty flower topped Jar Lid Covers look stunning and they’re sure to get you inspired! They’ll fit both normal sized and wider sized Jars. View the Free Pattern here
These cute little Crochet Floral Covers are ideal for storing your craft supplies and leftover yarns. The smallest one is perfect for hooks and the larger ones for knitting needles.
This Crochet Jug Cover will make a lovely gift! It’s an easy to follow Free Crochet Pattern and glass beads are used as or that finishing touch.
How clever is this Crochet Cake Dome project! A Cake Tin and Soup Plate are used to create the dome. It’s a Free Pattern with detailed photos.
We’ve found a very versatile Wide Mouth Jar Crochet Cover free pattern here for you – it can be used as a jar lid cover or a Doily.
Here’s another idea you will love! Check out our popular Elastic Reusable Bowl Covers Post. You can view all the details here