Scrappy Dots Potholder
This circular rug from scraps is the perfect stash buster. Moreover, since it's made of strands bound together, it's easy to expand as needed, just add more scraps. Therefore, the size is also quite arbitrary, and you can make it however you wish.
The full article about the pattern is available on Ravelry.
With a simple and elegant design, the Tunisian Crochet Tresca Potholder combines beauty and functionality. Crochet this free and easy double-thick potholder. The pattern includes written instructions and a chart in the PDF version. Construction This potholder is made by joining two identical Tunisian crochet squares. This way you'll get a double-thick potholder, which is perfect to handle hot pots and pans in the kitchen. Size The finished Tunisian Crochet Tresca Potholder is a square with a side of approximately 5.5″ (14 cm).
If you're new to the Tunisian crochet stitch, you can hone your skills while you make a Practice Makes Perfect Tunisian Potholder. This crochet potholder is thick and resistant to heat, which is exactly what you need in a potholder. The Tunisian stitch makes this potholder strong and long-lasting. You'll love the homemade look of this basic crochet potholder pattern. Practice your stitch and gain a valuable kitchen item that you can use every day.
My Granny’s series features one round granny squares. This makes it really great for using up those tiny bits of yarn in your stash. If you don't need a placemat, use it as a larger doily. You'll need 282 yards of worsted weight yarn. As a placemat, I recommend cotton since it's more durable, but as a doily, acrylic works too. I used Lily Sugar n Cream for my placemat. Alternatively, I recommend WeCrochet Dishie (cotton) or Red Heart Super Saver (acrylic). I have included instructions to make a variety of sizes depending on your preference. This placemat took me about 8.25 hours to complete.
Upcycle some t-shirts to create a potholder using this free pattern. To crochet the color block potholder, you'll need t-shirt yarn from two t-shirts (mine were a men's size small), a 12 mm crochet hook, and about 15 minutes. Due to the thickness of t-shirt yarn, the finished potholder requires only one layer is about 7.5 x 8 inches in size. This speedy potholder project is a great way to clean out your closet and get rid of some old t-shirts!