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Easy Crochet Hot Pads Worked With Two Strands of Yarn. Best Modern Hot Pad Crochet Pattern. Diagonal Hotpad - Mielke's Fiber Arts. Best Modern Hot Pad Crochet Pattern. Gold & White Potholder Free Pattern – Maggie's Crochet. Click the banners below for more popular patterns, available via mail or download!

Gold & White Potholder Free Pattern – Maggie's Crochet

Gold & White Potholder Intermediate Skill Size: 9" across. Materials:Worsted Weight Cotton Yarn;Gold (MC) - 2 ½ oz, 120 yd (70 g, 108 m);White (CC) - 1 oz, 48 yd (28 g, 43 m); Yarn Needle. Crochet Hook:Size G-6 (4.00 mm) or size needed to obtain gauge. Gauge: Rnds 1-2 = 3" across. Abbreviations JOINING WITH SCWhen instructed to join with sc, begin with sl knot on hook, insert hook in st or sp indicated, yo and pull up a loop, yo and draw through both loops on hook. Special Stitches. Pretty Petals Potholder. Star Spangled Trivet & Hot Pad. What do you call that thing you put under hot dishes to protect the table?

Star Spangled Trivet & Hot Pad

Trivet? Hot pad? The world seems divided! But united we stand, and the Star Spangled Trivet (or Hot Pad!) Is ready to stand up to whatever you dish out – and look festive while doing it! Disclaimer: This post includes affiliate links. Ribbed Potholder. Mosaic Potholder. The Mosaic stitch pattern (that’s what I call it, but it’s really just a combination of single crochets and spike stitches) has been so fun to design with.

Mosaic Potholder

It started with the Mosaic Baskets and soon became a Floor Pouf and a Bucket Bag, too. It’s one of those patterns that produces a fabric that looks good in so many different forms. My latest addition to the Mosaic collection is the Mosaic Potholder (or trivet, or hotpad, depending on what you call it). I used all cotton (because heat melts acrylic), and stuck with my formula of light background + dark, thinner mosaic to produce this beautiful kitchen helper that, at least in my opinion, looks like it could hang out on the shelves at Target next to all the other farmhouse-chic decor. I’m way too time-starved to make more than one of anything these days, but I can just imagine how beautiful a set of two or three of these, in different complimentary colors, would look in my kitchen.

Farmhouse Potholder. Herringbone Half Double Crochet worked in the round provides one of my favorite crocheted textures.

Farmhouse Potholder

I used it in the Carlyle Slouch + Cowl set and the Herringbone Baby Hat, and it’s making an appearance again in this doubly-thick, modern potholder. The color-blocking gives you endless possibilities for a more colorful potholder, but this pattern would look just as chic in a solid color, especially if presented in a set of two or three potholders of complimentary shades.

Prefer a PDF? This pattern is also available as an ad-free, printable PDF! You can purchase the individual pattern, or get it as part of a 4-pattern bundle. View on Ravelry Difficulty: Easy Finished Size: 7.75″ x 7.75″ Hook: E (3.50 mm) or whichever hook is needed to obtain correct gauge Yarn: Approx. 160 yards (80 yards per color) of cotton in a medium (#4) weight. Malia Potholder. Ah, Malia.

Malia Potholder

You are so versatile. You’ve been everything from clothing accessories to holiday decor to purses. I can’t get enough of you. So, old friend… welcome to my kitchen! With a double layer of thickness and a seam that hides inconspicuously on the folded edge, this potholder design is such a beautiful addition to your home. If you’re like me and you’re always looking for ways to add more of your crochet obsession to your decor, potholders (or trivets or hotpads, depending on where you’re from) are a quick and easy way to do it. Ideal Delusions: Kitchen Kolors Trivet. This is an amazing stashbuster and the color changes in this pattern are what make each trivet unique.

Ideal Delusions: Kitchen Kolors Trivet

MaterialsApproximately 3 1/2 oz worsted weight yarn in colors of your choice. Susan Bates Hook size I or J NOTES: Center wheel and Foundation chain row requires about 11 ½ yards I start with a magic circle or loop (there are many free tutorials on the internet) because I do not like the ridge and/or the hole in the center, left by a chain ring start, if you don’t mind them, Ch 5, sl st in first stitch to form circle.Rnd 1: Ch 3, 19 dc in ring, sl st in top of ch 3, ch 1, do not turn. Foundation Round: Rnd 2: Sc in joining and next sc, (*ch 21, being very careful not to twist the chain, sc in next 2 sts) repeat from *, ending with a sl st in first sc, ch 1 do not turn. (10 chain loops with 2 sc between each loop) At this time the piece will automatically start to fold in the correct finished position. The popcorn center is ezcellent if you wish to make your trivets look like flowers. Pot LID GRABBER HAT Crochet Pattern.

Pot LID GRABBER HAT Crochet Pattern Crochet pattern courtesy of Crochet 'N' More Click below to learn more about CNM: Copyright Tisa Enterprises, All Rights Reserved To print a new copy visit: The following pattern is my original design.

Pot LID GRABBER HAT Crochet Pattern