Kitty Cat Pot Cover
If you have ever burned yourself on a hot pot handle on the stove, you know exactly why you need this Pot Handle Cover! It is great for seasoned cooks, or even just to have around in the kitchen.
The name says it all with this Handy Pot Handle Cover. Basically, if you are ready to rid yourself of pesky burns from your older pots, this is the right kitchen crochet pattern for you. This is such a quick fix for a serious problem- not only is it annoying when your pots get too hot to hold, but it can also be dangerous! Fix this in a simple way by working up an easy solution that doesn't take very much time at all. It'll be worth the hassle when you can move more freely about the kitchen all because of a simple crochet pattern.
Washing dishes will be a delight with this crochet scrubby by your side! This intermediate crochet pattern uses nylon netting to scrub away at pots and pans.
From the blogger: It's time to think about unique gift ideas, and homemade gifts are the best! These are my version of crocheted pot scrubbies made from nylon netting. They make fabulous handmade gifts! I plan on adding them to gift bags along with measuring spoons, cooking utensils, pot holders, and a recipe book. The nylon netting can be found at your local fabric store. One half yard of netting per scrubby is more than sufficient. Make something unique!
V Stitch Waffle Pot Holders - Free Pattern. These V Stitch Waffle Pot Holders are a beautiful addition to your kitchen. The thick texture of this stitch will protect your hands when moving hot pots from one place to another. They make beautiful gift sets paired with utensils or spice mixes. Use your scrap yarn leftovers from bigger projects to make a beautiful set of potholders and gift them to your friends. I used the v stitch waffle pattern to create these pot holders