Crochet Simple Toilet Roll Cover
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Toilet Paper Cover Crochet Pattern
Vibrant Toilet Paper Cover

Vibrant Toilet Paper Cover Pattern

This Crochet Toilet Paper Cover is considered a double roll. The brand underneath is actually Cashmere. The roll measurements are 4″ wide by 4.5″ diameter. I created this to give my porcelain a bit of colour without having to heavily accessorize the top of the toilet tank. The yarn is doing all of the colour transitions and therefore making you look like an artist when you have completed your project. I used a smaller than normal crochet hook for this gauge of yarn. I did that so it’s nice and tight and the toilet paper being white will not be seen through it.

Free Pattern: Toilet Roll Cover Pattern


Yarn List 1 Ball – Bernat Mosaic (Discontinued) or equivalent.

Hook 5 mm / H Hook


Beg = Beginning Ch = Chain Hdc = Half Double Crochet Rep = Repeat Sl st = Slip Stitch St = Stitch

Size: 4.5” dia x 4” high Instructions

Easy to make toilet paper roll cover.

Note: Ch 2 at beg of rnds does not count as a stitch.

Rnd 1: Ch 3, hdc 12 times into the first ch, to create a full circle.

Rnd 2: Ch 2, 2 hdc into each st around. Join with sl st to beg hdc.

Rnd 3: Ch 2, 2 hdc in same st as join. Hdc in next. *2 hdc in next stitch, hdc in next. Repeat * around. Join with sl st to beg hdc.

Rnd 4: Ch 2, 2 hdc in same st as join, hdc in next 2 sts. *2 hdc in next st, hdc in next 2 sts. Repeat * around. Join with sl st to beg hdc.

Rnd 5: Ch 2, 2 hdc in same stitch as join, hdc in next 3 sts. *2 hdc in next st, hdc in next 3 sts. Repeat * around. Do not join with sl st as we are going to start continuous rnds from here. Mark last stitch with a stitch marker. Rnd 6: Working in back loops only, hdc in each st around back to the stitch marker.

Rnd 7 – 16: In regular stitches, hdc in each stitch around. Use a standard toilet roll to measure how many rotations you should do. Finishing: When satisfied with the height, last 6 stitches will be as follows. 3 sc, then 3 sl st. Fasten off and weave in your ends.

by Michael Sellick, The Crochet Crowd ©2012