A touch of summer evening. Without the mosquitos.
Dimensions: To fit your roll of toilet paper. The sample measures 4.75" in diameter by 4.75" high (12cm by 12cm)
Supplies:Needles: To give you a fabric you like with the yarn you're using. The cover is worked entirely in the round, so you're looking for DPNs or circs or both.
Yarn needle: To weave in ends
Stitch markers: scraps of yarn in a contrasting color work nicely. You'll want one to mark the start of the rounds and 8 more (different style) to mark the pattern repeats
Toilet paper roll: Yep. This is another example of couture toilet roll fashion. Custom made to fit that particular roll.
Yarn: White, beige, and brown.
If your roll of toilet paper is larger, you may need more yarn.
This is worked from the bottom up. While gauge is less important than getting a fabric that you like, you need to know your gauge so you know how many stitches to cast on. (For this sample, I cast on 54 st, at a gauge of 4sts/in. This fit nicely over a relatively small roll of toilet paper.)
Marshmallow toilet paper roll cover:
Sides and top:
With white, cast on enough stitches (on a circular needle or onto dpns) to go around the roll of toilet paper. Join without twisting, and knit until piece is about an inch longer than the sides of the roll.
Graham cracker mat
With beige, cast on a odd number of stitches, about as wide as you want the mat to be. (The sample was 25 sts, making a mat just over 6" wide.)
With brown, cast on an even number of stitches, about as wide as you want the mat to be. (The sample was 20 sts, making a mat about 5" wide.) Place a stitch marker between the two middle stitches.
Block pieces as desired. Assemble s'more: graham cracker, chocolate, marshmallow. Admire.
So there you have it. A toilet paper cover that's just a bit of summer, even on the coldest day.