This crochet mason jar cover is a quick evening project that makes an impressive gift or holiday setting accent. The pattern includes details on how to resize it with a different hook or yarn for any size of jar you have - with an extra few minutes into working out the size needed, you can easily customize this to cover jam jars, unique thrift store finds, or random jars around your house - that make thoughtful gifts when paired with an LED tea light candle. This project uses one colour and is worked from the top down. The pattern uses basic stitches with only a bit of wonkiness here or there - perfect for a beginner who has a good concept on the basics. I set out to design this mason jar cozy after finding an interesting stitch pattern that reminded me of horseshoes. I thought the arches and gaps in the pattern would make for very interesting light patterns on the wall - and it turned out great! PLEASE NOTE: This listing is strictly for a pattern, not a finished product. The sample is made with Red Heart Super Saver, but any worsted weight yarn will work. A yarn on the thinner side (Caron Simply soft, etc) will give a more delicate look. ---------------------------------------------- Supplies Needed: 50-60 yards of yarn, worsted weight or aran. 6 mm (J) hook Yarn needle (for sewing in ends) Difficulty Level: Advanced Beginner: Simple stitches, basic construction, worked in the round, front post stitches. This pattern is written in US terms, abbreviated style (using abbreviated terms such as sc, hdc, etc.).