Free Crochet Pattern

Kitchen Ring Pad

  • Designed by Naztazia

This cool ring pad looks like a delicious apple pie, doesn’t it? It’s made with a special kind of yarn, that is heat resistant and you can use it as a hot pad, as well as a potholder or a trivet. Moreover, you can just decorate your house with it. For instance, feel free to hang it on your window!

PHOTOS by Naztazia / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on naztazia.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Trivet In Bloom Free Crochet Pattern

  • Designed by Sati Glenn

Your trivet pads doesn’t have to be boring at all and this project by Sati Glenn is the best example for that. What’s more, I’m pretty sure, that it will be a great gift, for instance for a housewarming party. Crochet it especially if you know, that your friends love pastel colors. However, this project will look great in any combination! The finished size is 8” across from tip to tip.

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Find original free pattern on rowsandroses.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Autumn Acorn Hot Pads

  • 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.

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Find original free pattern on celticknotcrochet.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Mandala Hot Pad Trivet Cover

  • Designed by Anna Erlandsson

If you like and are looking for a stained glass effect, this pad trivet is going to make you really happy! You can really go with the flow and play with the colors here, because no matter which combination you’ll choose, the effect will be mesmerizing!

PHOTOS by Hooked by Anna  / Ravelry.com

Find this free pattern on hookedbyanna.com, or check out more on its Ravelry page here.

Front Post Frenzie Crochet Potholders

  • Designed by Dedri Uys

You should use a 4 mm hook for this beautiful potholder, that will make you kitchen so fun and unique! Moreover, you can really make a bunch of them in so little time, because they not only work up fast, but also need little yarn

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Find this free pattern on lookatwhatimade.net, or check out more on its Ravelry page here.

Modern Thick Potholder Free Crochet Pattern

  • Designed by Nicky Jones

This lovely, thick potholder will give your kitchen a cute, modern vibe. This minimalistic is great, if you don’t want to overdo your kitchen and add too many colors to it. The best part is, this pattern uses only single crochet! Easy peasy!

PHOTOS by Nicky Jones / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on jewelsandjones.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.