Tree Stripe Hot Pad
Make this easy Coffee Cup Hot Pad and you'll never be without your morning cup of joe. Hot pads are always a great go-to pattern; you can never have too many. It would also make a great gift for new neighbors or home owners. If coffee is your caffeine of choice, you definitely need to make yourself this Coffee Cup Hot Pad.
What do you call that thing you put under hot dishes to protect the table? 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! Made with bright washable Kitchen Cotton, this free trivet pattern will perk up your table for years to come! It starts with a mesh base, and then the “wiggles” are added to create the fun 3D look - and keep your counters and tables safe!
These Diamond Waffle Hot Pads are the perfect gift to someone who loves handmade items. Pair them with wooden utensils and homemade spices to create a beautiful gift set. I used the diamond waffle pattern to create these hot pads. Use these hot pads in the kitchen to lift hot pots and pans or you can use them on the table to put those hot pans on and not damage your surfaces. Enjoy your newly-made diamond waffle hot pads.
If you are looking for a nice, thick hot pad, this is it! No one wants to get burned because their hot pad is too thin or holy! This pattern is DOUBLE SIDED for extra protection and incorporates two different stitches for safety, as well as beauty and texture. This pattern uses 2 different colors of 100% Cotton yarn, for contrast, and 2 different size hooks (I/9 and G). Stitches used are: chain, sc, dc and slip stitch. This is a fun, quick project that anyone can tackle!
A little fall spirit can go a long way with the Autumn Leaves Dish Cloth or Hot Pad. We love autumn and this crochet dish cloth or hot pad is functional and definitely decorative. This crochet pattern takes a modern twist on Irish crochet, which we think is just delightful. You could also work up a bunch of these as a hostess gift or even as a Christmas gift for anyone. Use these dishcloths as decorations at your Thanksgiving feast or just as autumnal decorations.