Canning Jar Top Patterns
Canning Jar Top Patterns
Canning Jar Top Patterns

Canning Jar Tops

Most of our audience know that Diva Dan is a foodie. He prepares every meal and is adventurous when it comes to pulling recipes from magazines and the internet. Truthfully, most of the time I have no idea which vegetable or whatever is in the food. It just tastes yummy!

Daniel loves to can. I know… where does he find the time! He loves the idea of either growing some of the vegetables and fruits on his own but most of the time, he supports the local farmers and buys it from them.

As he puts it, canning is a lot of fun but it’s also a lot of work. Boiling the jar to ensure it gets a solid seal is his least favourite part. However, we don’t mind eating the canned jams and more that he makes. Oooooh so tasty!

If you have never canned before, you can check out this article called, How to Can – Getting Started. Everything Diva Dan knows is from what he learned through videos and articles.

Many people give their canned jars away as gifts. The free pattern above has three versions of canning lids which include strawberry, grape and oranges. However, you can change up the fruits or use beads or more. The creativity is up to you.

Get the free pattern, it’s called Canning Jar Toppers. If you do one, be sure to post them to The Crochet Crowd Facebook for us to see! We love to check out your creativity. If you start making them now, you will have them ready for the fall so you can can-away and then pop on your finished jar toppers right away!

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10 thoughts on “Canning Jar Top Crochet Patterns

  1. Due to peripheril neorapathy I can’t crochet anymore but I love these jar toppers. Is there anyway I could buy a couple?

  2. I love these and can’t wait to make some. I can each year: strawberry jam (berries from our garden); applesauce, apple butter, cherry jam, brandied cherries; piccalilli, pickles, salsa, peaches. We use the canned goods regularly, but there are always so many jars, I give them as gifts, too.

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