Poinsettia Tealight Cozy
This is my first written pattern. If you make a Poinsettia Tealight Cozy and have any questions, please let me know and I'll try to help you. This pattern is free, if you make this cozy please credit me for the design.
Skill level- Intermediate
Worsted weight yarn in Red and Green
Crochet Hook size H 5.0 MM
Battery operated tea light
st=stitch ch=chain sl st=slip stitchtc=triple crochet
sc=single crochet dc=double crochet dtr=double triple crochet
blo=back loop only flo=front loop only hdc=half double crochet
Starting with Red
Row 1- Make a magic ring, ch3 in ring, 11 dc in ring. Join with sl st to ch3. 12 st
Row 2- *Ch5, sk 1 dc, sc in BLO of next st, repeat from * around. Join with sl st. 6 loops
Row 3- *sc into next loop, hdc, dc, tc with picot, dc, hdc, sc*- 7 stitches in loop.Continue
*to * in each loop around. Join with sl. Fasten off and weave in ends.
Row 4- Join yarn with sl to a front loop left open in Row 2, ch3 then dc in each stitch. 12
stitches. Join to ch3.
Row 5- ch 3, dc in next 11 stitches. Join with sl st to ch3. Row 4 and 5 make the little
circle holding the tealight.
Row 6- We are now working behind the petals in Row 3. Join with sl st in a skipped back
loop in Row 2, sc in same st. *Ch 6, sc in next skipped back loop.* Continue * to *
around join with sl st in first sc. 6 loops
Row 7- With right side facing work in next loop,* hdc, dc, tc, dtc, picot, tc, dc, hdc.* sc in
sc between loops in Row 6. Continue * to * around. Fasten off.
Row 8- We are now working behind the petals in Row 7. Join green with a sc around a sc
in Row 6. (bpsc) Ch 10, sk next sc in Row 6, sc around next sc in Row 2, ch 10, sc in next
sc in Row 6, ch 10, sc around next sc in Row 2, ch 10. Join with sc in first sc. Fasten off.
You have 4 loops evenly spaced below the 2 tiers of red petals.
Row 9- With right side facing work in next loop- hdc, 2 dc, 2 tc, 2 dtr, picot, 1 dtr, 2 tc, 2
dc, 1 hdc, sc in sc from Row 8, continue * to * in all 4 loops. Join with sl st. Fasten off.
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Which color of yarn do we start the pattern off with, red or green??ReplyDelete
After reading through the pattern, I'm pretty sure we start with red.ReplyDelete
Yes, you start with Red. I've added that info in the pattern, thanks!ReplyDelete
You did awesome!! I followed it exactly and it looked just like yours. I see many of these in my future. Thanks for such a simple and great pattern. Would make great teacher gifts for their desk!ReplyDelete
Do you fasten off after row 5?ReplyDelete
Yes, you would fasten off after row 5, you wouldn't really be able to carry the red down behind the petals.Delete
Would you consider making a video and posting to YouTube? I'm having some difficulty with the pattern, but I think this is beautiful and want to make it so badly!ReplyDelete