I've been making lots of soup lately and microwaving leftovers for lunch. Those bowls sure get hot! A couple weeks ago I saw microwavable bowl cozies made out of fabric to save your hands from those hot bowls. It seemed to me that I could crochet and knit some, so I did!
Finally! The most requested pattern is finally available! This is the large cotton bowl cozy that fits bowls on average 7.5 inches. The original cotton bowl cozy is smaller and fits bowls around 5.5 inches. Use a self striping cotton yarn to create a lovely design and look to your cotton bowl cozy when you use the beautiful stitch used. This will make a wonderful gift to give anyone who loves cotton bowl cozies. A full Video tutorial is included also!
Microwaveable crochet bowl cozies had their moment in 2018 and I thought they were a brilliant idea. After searching for the perfect free pattern for a bowl cover that would fit my Corelle dinnerware I finally decided to just design my own. This simple bowl cozy pattern is easy enough for a beginner and will fit any standard size Corelle brand bowl. Materials One small 2.5 oz ball of cotton yarn (I used Peaches and Cream in Rosemary) 4.25 mm G hook Scissors Needle for weaving in ends Stitches used: magic circle half double crochet single crochet (front loop only)
After a long work week, sometimes you just need to sit back with a cold drink in your hand. Don't let the summer heat get in the way by forcing you to suffer through a warm beverage; instead, work up one of these Cool Crochet Can Cozies. The fun spike stitch works well with these stripes, and the color theme can be adjusted to suit any occasion or group—red, white, and blue to celebrate a 4th of July party, camo to suit the hunting fans, or specific colors to support your local sports team. This is a great summer crochet pattern that you can make for all your friends and family, personalized exactly for their own enjoyment!
This vibrant 4-hour crochet table runner is perfect for a beginner to make. If you have been crocheting awhile, then it is the ideal project to make when you want to relax and watch some television. This crochet pattern used the no chain double crochet and the chainless standing double crochet. If you are not familiar with these stitches, no worries. There are video tutorials for the stitches and the pattern. This is perfect if you are newer to crochet or have been crocheting awhile. A fun and quick crochet project to use up some yarn stash.
It happened. I was minding my own business… and I saw it. Cat potholders! But the potholders I saw had plastic eyes and a nose and was for decoration only, because, hello, plastic will melt! What?! Who does that?! If I’m making a potholder, you can bet you can actually use it to take a hot pot out of an oven! Or display it if you want. And speaking of melting, here’s a little tip… if you use acrylic yarn, it probably WILL melt. So this potholder is made out of cotton yarn and is double thick to help protect your hands from the heat.