You can never have too many potholders, right? If you’re looking for a simple and easy to crochet potholder with an interesting texture then why not try the Cross Stitch Crochet Potholder! This pattern is easy enough for beginners. Cross stitch is a unique crochet stitch that creates an interesting pattern. Great idea for gift giving - Housewarming, Cristmas, any other occasion! Materials needed: 100% cotton yarn (worsted, medium weight #4), 5mm (H) crochet hook, yarn needle and scissors!
- Designed by Julie Tarsha
These beautiful crochet potholders look like snowflakes! They will make sure, your kitchen is safe from pot burns and that it looks original and fun! What’s more, you can hang them around the kitchen, to make it even more lovely!
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In truth, there are no limits to the shapes, textures and colors an Easter potholder can take. Here are some circle-based chicken and rabbit patterns to prove this point.
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These potholders are so easy and fun to make! All you need is a little bit of spare time, two skeins of Scheepjes Cotton 8 in bright white, a couple of tiny scraps of Sunkissed (For each bobble you'll need 1 meter) and a 5.0 mm crochet needle. Yes, a 5.0! It's not a mistake, I'm working double stranded.
Next time you don't know what to give as a gift, make your friends and family a couple useful, Old Fashioned Potholders! An easy introduction to crochet patterns, potholders are beautiful, functional and they only improve with age!
This super quick free crochet pattern is the ideal pattern if you're looking to work something up in jiff. Crocheted to be double-thick, this 30 Minute Potholder is great for the kitchen. The extra thickness means you can pick up any hot pot or pan without endangering your fingers. If you're all set on potholders in your own kitchen, this crochet potholder pattern would be a perfect housewarming gift or last-minute hostess gift.