These quick and easy fabric jar covers make mason jar gifts very attractive and cute.
The video tutorial below and DIY instructions explain how.
Glass Mason Jar
6” circle of fabric for regular mouth jar or
7” circle of fabric for wide mouth jar
24” piece of ribbon (¼” or 3/8” wide)
Trim – such as lace or rick rack
Rubber band or Hair Ties
Iron the fabric to get rid of creases and wrinkles.
Look around the house for a round item which measures about 6” if covering a regular mouth jar or 7” if covering a wide mouth jar.
Place the fabric, wrong-side up, on a flat work surface. Place the round item on the fabric and trace a circle with a pen.
With a scissor, cut out the fabric circle.
Sew the trim along the raw edge of the fabric circle using a zigzag stitch.
Center the fabric over the top of the jar. Secure in place using a rubber band or hair tie. Adjust fabric if necessary.
Place ribbon around the lid and tie a bow.
These easy to make jar covers are a great way to make the jams, jellies or preserves look special for gift giving.
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