- Designed by Melanie Moreau
Who said that oven mitts have to be boring, right? Well, one thing is certain – these are everything but boring! Watch out not to eat them by accident! They work up so fast and really doesn’t require much yarn. Perfect project for a lazy afternoon!
PHOTOS by Melanie Moreau / Ravelry.com
Find this free pattern on Ravelry page here.
Potholder in Waffle Pattern
- Designed by Hobbii Design
Do you want everything at home to fit together even when making tea or baking cake? Then you’ll certainly fall in love with these beautiful Potholder in Waffle Pattern. They’re so pretty that when you’re not using them you can hang them in the kitchen in a visible place!
PHOTOS by Hobbii Design / Ravelry.com
Find this free pattern Ravelry page here.
Fruity Potcoaster Free Crochet Pattern
- Designed by Durable Yarn
These sweet fruity pot coasters look so yummy, you must be careful not to eat them by accident! Sadly they’re not edible, but they surely will make you crave fruits! Moreover, it’s an easy pattern made with 100% cotton yarn.
PHOTOS by Durable Yarn / Ravelry.com
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.
PHOTOS by Sati Glenn / Ravelry.com
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
PHOTOS by Dedri Uys / Ravelry.com
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