A Sweeping Mop Cover Pattern – Rookies Learn Series
A Sweeping Mop Cover Pattern
This reusable mop cover
Yarn: 100% Cotton – Lily Sugar’N Cream (Or any other 100% cotton yarn you like)
Hook: Size: I/9 – 5.50mm
There are no abbreviations in this pattern. I have written this pattern for the beginner crocheter, and I want this process to be as stress-free and fun as possible! Let’s get started making our mop cover!
Row 1: Make 1 Half Double Crochet in 2nd chain from your hook, and in every stitch across.
Chain 1 and turn your work. .(15 Stitches)
Row 2: Half Double Crochet in each stitch across. (15 Stitches)
Note: Make sure that you’re always starting your first stitch of the next row in the top of the last stitch from the previous row. This will ensure that you have the correct number of stitches at the end of each row, and they are straight and even. (See below for picture example)
Row 3-35: Repeat Row
At this point, you have a long narrow rectangle. How do we make a mop cover out of this?
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Fold each short end up and over, counting over 14 rows, attach each end with a pin, or scrap piece of yarn. (This helps keep them secure so you can stitch them down). When you get the markers in place, you’ll start working on closing up your mop cover.
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Check out the video tutorial here:
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You are welcome to use your finished products in whatever way you want, including selling the
finished product. I do ask for a shoutout as the pattern designer if you chose to sell your finished item.