DIY Knit Planter Cover

DIY Knit Planter Cover @themerrythoughtI’ve attempted knitting before and quickly discovered that I don’t have the patience for it. My cousin, Kailey, is one of the most patient humans I know and happens to do a lot of knitting and crocheting so I like to give her projects to make for me from time to time. Last March I asked her if it would be possible to make a knit cover for a planter and she whipped one up the next day and sent me written instructions on how to make it. I loved it and told her I wanted to share it on the blog at some point. So 11 months later, I finally got around to taking photos of them. Ha! I have a few other projects in the works with her that I’m excited to share!DIY Knit Planter Cover @themerrythoughtWhat you need:
-Chunky Yarn
-Size 11 Knitting Needles
-Tapestry Needle
-6″ Tapered Planter

How to make it:
Cast on 24 stitches using the crochet cast on method. (Increase or decrease based on circumference of the base of your planter.)

1st row – knit 24
2nd row – purl 24
3rd row – knit 24
4th row – purl 24
5th row – knit 24
6th row – purl 24
7th row – knit 24
8th row – increase once, purl rest of row 25 stitches
9th row – increase once, knit rest of row 26 stitches
10th row – purl 26
11th row – knit 26
12th row – increase once, purl rest of row 27 stitches
13th row – increase once, knit rest of row 28 stitches
14th row – increase twice, purl rest of row 30 stitches
15th row – increase twice, knit rest of row 32 stitches
16th row – increase once, purl rest of row 33 stitches
17th row – cast off leaving long end for sewing together

Sew the two edges together using tapestry needle.
DIY Knit Planter Cover @themerrythoughtDIY Knit Planter Cover @themerrythoughtDIY Knit Planter Cover @themerrythoughtKeep those plants cozy! 😉

xo. Caitlin (& Kailey!)

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