Very Easy To Do! Crochet Candle Cozy Pattern Tutorial

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Add a Rustic Touch to Your Home with This Simple Crochet Candle Cozy Pattern

This cozy candle was the perfect extra touch to bring the space together, with that touch of rustic farmhouse charm.

The pattern works quickly and easily in continuous rounds for a flawless finish. Using the half-double crochet slip stitch in the back loop just adds a nice texture and finish to the overall look.

As a last-minute addition, she made a bow for them.

She chose to use *WeCrochet's* Dishie Yarn on mushrooms for two reasons! 1- She really liked the idea of the color of the rope to give it that country house look, and 2- there was a little leftover from the Rowyn Tote Bag!

These are perfect cozies to make with leftover yarn!

The cozy candle added a lovely rustic touch to the space, complementing the overall aesthetic. The process of creating the cozy was also carefully thought out to ensure a flawless finish.

The pattern used for the cozy was designed to work quickly and easily in continuous rounds.

This approach allowed for a seamless finish, which was further enhanced by the use of the half double crochet slip stitch in the back loop, adding a unique texture to the cozy.

To add even more charm to the cozy, a bow was added as a last-minute touch. This element helped to enhance the overall aesthetic appeal and bring the piece together.

The creator of the cozy also made a deliberate choice in selecting the yarn for the project.

Images and pattern courtesy of Through The Loop Yarn Craft

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Source: Through The Loop Yarn Craft

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