- Designed by Crafting Happiness
Handmade pot holders are a super eco – friendly option to choose if you’re looking for a set of new kitchen accessories. They will protect all your countertops from hot pots and pans. What’s more, it’s a great beginner project!
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- Designed by Purl Soho
You will need a 6,5 mm hook to make these juicy potholders, that will protect your table and kitchen surfaces from hot skillets and pots. What’s more, they can also be used as adorable coasters for your coffee table!
PHOTOS by Purl Soho / Ravelry.com
If you love crochet, you don’t need to buy a plain old pot holder. You can crochet flower pot holder. It is both decorative and functional. It also makes a great housewarming or add-on gift for the holidays. Crochet potholders can be made in elaborate detail so you can show off your most advanced crochet skills. This free pattern is just gorgeous. They can be created in any number of different styles, and are a handmade treat that adds a personal touch to your gift giving. Protect yourself and your countertops with colorful and homemade crochet pot holder.
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- Designed by Hobbii Design
A 2,5 mm hook will be just about right for these crochet potholders. The fun ombre effect makes this project really amazing and eye catching Lovely gift idea as well! In other words, this project is really worth trying out!
PHOTOS by Hobbii Design / Ravelry.com
This gorgeous red square alpine stitch crochet plant hanger looks so soothing to the eyes. The bright color of the plant hanger is really going to make your spaces look attractive and cool. Just hold your mini plants or the pots inside this crochet plant hanger and hold them against your walls, doors, or windows. Check out the details here! skeinsandstitches
- Designed by Jennifer E. Ryan
Take a look at these beautiful fall hot pads by Jennifer E. Ryan! They are made in perfect colors and look absolutely cute. You can be pretty sure that they will make your kitchen ready for fall. What’s more, the acorns can be used booth as a potholder and a hot pat, because they are made with a double strand of yarn.
PHOTOS by Jennifer E. Ryan / Ravelry.com