Give your serving pieces a fun addition with a simple Crocheted Casserole Cozy. You will often find me crocheting in waiting rooms and this is a great portable project to work on when you have a few minutes. I love that I can customize this project to any kitchen color scheme or decor. This will make a great hostess gift as well! Give it a try and let me know how it turns out. I know the recipient will love it.
The Afghan Stitch Kitchen Mat can be used for so many different things in the kitchen. You can use it as a large potholder, or you can simply keep it on your kitchen counter to help dry dishes. Tunisian crochet is used to work up this free crochet pattern. Use any color yarn that matches your kitchen decor to crochet this helpful kitchen crochet pattern. A set of these would also make an excellent gift idea for new neighbors or new homeowners.
The Kitchen Hand Towel is a quick and easy beginner-friendly crochet pattern. With a buttoned strap, it can easily be hung on a rod in a kitchen or bathroom. It's the perfect home decor project to make as a housewarming gift, thank you or appreciation gift, or birthday present. It's also great to make for selling at craft fairs! You can easily customize the length of the towel or the straps by adding or decreasing rows. You can also customize it by changing yarn colors or using a fancy button to create a unique look!
This super easy washcloth is a breeze to make with simple crochet stitches. The texture is eye catching and is great to use for scrubbing! With this pattern, you will find a full written pattern as well as a video tutorial to walk to through how to make the stitch. If you are comfortable with single crochet stitches and chain stitches, this pattern will be a breeze. Make some today for your kitchen or for your friend or loved one's kitchen and bath!
This Kitchen Towel Holder is an Easy and quick project. This is a perfect project to make as a last minute gift any time of the year. Make this in under 20 minutes! Create seasonal ones and find matching towels to sell at craft shows. This is also a great stash busting pattern for all those leftover balls of yarn from other projects. Once you make one you'll want to make more. Make them to match your kitchen theme!
This is a simple set, worked with scraps of yarn. The dish cloth and dish towel are worked in the same stitch pattern with a slight variation for a subtle change in texture and thickness. The trivet is a basic granny square with a couple of simple changes. All three pieces work together or individually and are a great way to use up small amounts of yarn. They make great hostess gifts or holiday stocking stuffers too! Size is approximately: Dish cloth 8” square Dish towel 10” x 14” Granny Trivet 7” square