Santa Toilet Cover Crochet Pattern
SKU: PA953 - 01
Original Crochet Design by: Maggie Weldon
Skill Level: Easy
Size:Toilet Cover fits most standard household toilets. Kleenex cover is for square tissue boxes.
Worsted Weight Yarn,
Bulky Weight Yarn
Crochet Hook: Sizes F-5 (3.75 mm), I-9 (5.50 mm) and N (10.00 mm) or sizes needed to obtain gauge.
Gauge: With I hook and one strand, 6 dc and 3 rows = 2"
With N hook and 2 strands, 1 rnd = 2"
Crochet Pattern For Santa Toilet Cover Crochet Pattern
Decorating for the holidays is a favorite activity for many people. Now you can decorate your bathroom with the Santa Toilet Cover crochet pattern set. This creative original design by Maggie Weldon is just what you need to get into the holiday spirit this season. Every room will have a festive feel, and this cute set will bring a smile to the face of everyone that walk into the bathroom. The pattern includes instructions for the toilet seat cover, toilet tank cover and a Kleenex box cover. The ensemble placed on the toilet will give you a larger than life Santa. The toilet tank cover is the Santa head and face, while the Kleenex box cover placed on top of the tank is a cute hat on his head. This crochet pattern is sure to be entertaining!
The Santa Toilet Cover crochet pattern uses both a worsted weight and bulky weight yarn to complete. Make sure you choose a washable yarn to keep this set clean, pretty and sanitary in your bathroom. This adorable set is a fast crochet project, and rated as an easy crochet level. You might want to start this project now so it is ready to decorate your bathroom when the holiday season rolls around. The crochet pattern is sized to fit most standard toilets. The Kleenex box cover is sized to fit a square box so it has the appearance of a hat. Take the actual measurements of your toilet seat and tank before starting the project to make sure you won't have any problems fitting this festive guy on his throne.
One day I could hear my son Aaron laughing hysterically in the next room or our office. Then I heard him say "MY MOM DESIGNED THAT CROCHET PATTERN?!!!" I was cringing, not knowing what he was looking at. When he told me it was the Santa Toilet Cover I laughed right along with him. Isn't that the point of it sometimes? - just make people laugh and it's all worth it : > What do you think?