To fit a plant pot 11.5” circumference, 3.5” height.
This pattern uses double moss stitch to create a nice bobbly juicey strawberry look. I used 3.5mm double pointed needles to knit it in the round, but if you prefer to knit flat then just swap "K" for "P" and vice versa on even rows and then matress stitch up the side. To be honest, the double moss stitch can be quite fiddly on dp.
Starting with red DK wool...
Cast on 40 on dp needles
rows 1-3 Knit
row 4 [K3, KFB] to end (50 stitches total)
rows 5-6 [K1, P1]
rows 7-8 [P1, K1]
rows 9-10 [K1, P1]
rows 11-12 [P1, K1]
rows 13-14 [K1, P1]
rows 15-16 [P1, K1]
row 17 [K1, P1]
Now you start to bring the green wool in for the leaves...
row 18 [K1, P1, K1 red, K1 green]
row 19 [P1, K1 red, K2 green]
row 20 [P1 red, K3 green]
row 21 [K1 red then K3 green]
row 22 [K1 red then K2, KFB in green]
Now lose the red wool and keep going in just green...
row 23 Knit
row 24 [K1, KFB]
row 25 Knit
row 26 bind off
Thread bind off end through bind off loops as a drawstring to hug top of pot.
Duplicate stitch some seeds in yellow, you can go for random location or every 6 stitches, 6 rows apart. You don't need to worry too much about weaving ends in as wrong side is hidden by pot and it quite a static item.
Et voila, a strawberry plant pot cosy to keep your strawberry plants nice and warm!
Patterns I love that helped give me some inspiration to put this pattern together include: