I made these as solar covers for my son’s teachers at the end of school. They turned out so cute. I attached a note that read, “thank you for being a BRIGHT spot in Hayden’s life”. I wanted something they would use and I think they loved them. He is in the Spanish dual immersion program and one teacher refers to them as frogs and the other as owls. One teacher is also a cheerleader advisor at our high school and their mascot is a bee.
About the Pattern
Yarn: small amounts of cotton or acrylic worsted weight yarn in 1-3 colors
Crochet Hook: H
Miscellaneous: yarn needle; 2 small black buttons per cover; sewing needle and black thread; small, rounded solar lamp as shown below (bulb part is 7-8″ circumference and approximately 2″ tall)
I bought the solar lights at Walmart for $1.99 each.
Pattern includes all variations, plus a bag option to use for water bottles or other things.
One of my testers, Shaunna Hallsson, slid one over her daughter’s ponytail. How cute is that!
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