crocheted coozie pattern to fit a standard mason jar
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A Quick and Fun Mason Jar Coozie Crochet Pattern

Mason jars are the ultimate reusable kitchen item. From pantry storage to beverage container, they do it all. This coozie fits a standard 16 oz. mason jar perfectly. The cushion of a coozie keeps glasses from clanking together, and if used as a cold beverage container, it absorbs condensation that forms on the outside. Best of all, this is a FREE mason jar coozie pattern!


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Stitches, Yarn & Hook

This pattern uses an H (5 mm) hook and is worked in the round with a medium weight yarn (I used Loops & Threads Impeccable). Stitches used include:

  • single crochet (sc)
    • including single post stitches
  • single crochet decrease (sc dec)
  • slip stitch (sl st)
  • puff stitch (puff)
    • insert hook, pull up loop
    • yarn over, insert hook, pull up loop
    • yarn over, insert hook, pull up loop
    • yarn over, insert hook, pull up loop
    • yarn over, pull through all 8 loops
    • chain 1
    • skip next stitch


Crochet Pattern

7 sc into magic ring or slip knot (7 sc):


2 sc in each stitch around (14 sc):


[1 sc, 2 sc in next stitch], repeat around (21 sc):


[2 sc, 2 sc in next stitch], repeat around (28 sc):


[3 sc, 2 in next stitch], repeat around (35 sc):


round of slip stitches (35 sl st):


round of single crochet (35 sc):


round of single crochet, with 2 sc in last stitch (36 sc)

round of single crochet (36 sc)

7 rounds of puff stitches, each round has 18 puffs:


round of single crochet (37)

round of single crochet (37)

round of single crochet with decrease at end

round of side post single crochet:


This crocheted mason jar coozie pattern works up quickly and would make a great gift for an iced coffee lover. I use mine to keep condensation from puddling on my desk, as well as to keep jars from clanking together when we go camping. The puff stitches also add some grip to slippery glass.


Happy Crocheting!


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