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!
- 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!
PHOTOS by SimplyNotable, 2018 / Ravelry.com
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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- Designed by Pamela Kuloba
How beautiful are these textured potholders by Pamela Kuloba? Just take a look at the photos below and imagine how amazing they would look in your kitchen. Remember to use different colors of yarn to mix things up and adjust them to your kitchen color scheme. What’s more, you only need to know basic stitches to make these!
PHOTOS by Pamela Kuloba / Ravelry.com
Double sided crochet potholders patterns