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Chunky Knit Planter Cover

By: Caitlin from
Chunky Knit Planter Cover
Chunky Knit Planter Cover
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This Chunky Knit Planter Cover is a truly unique DIY home decor idea. Using chunky yarn and size 11 needles, you can create this nifty planter cover in whatever color suits your home decor. The bulky yarn ensures this free knitting pattern will be done in a flash, while the stockinette stitch pattern guarantees a clean, smooth look. All you have to do is follow the row-by-row instructions in this easy knitting pattern to create an interesting new addition to your knit home decor collection. 


Knitting Needle Size11 or 8 mm

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

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This is a truly inspired idea. I would make them in a terra gotta color. But for Christmas time maybe reds and green with tiny ball ornaments hanging on the top lip. It would really dress them up and perk up the holiday feeling. Thank you for the pattern and the inspiration.

This is seriously so cute! I have a few plants that are in pots that I just don't like. This is a perfect way to cover up the ugly!!

I can't decide whether this is really cool or rather strange, but I think I'll make one before I decide for sure. I have a few houseplants in pots that could stand some sprucing up I just never thought to make a knitted cover for them. It might be fun to knit a bunch of them for various holidays.

This is a different idea that can be used to spruce up those planters you are tired of looking at. It can also be dolled up with a little knit in pattern or an attached motif. A self striping yarn would look really festive or holiday colors

What a clever idea! Plants don't always come in the most attractive pots, so this knit cover is a great solution.


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