Learn how simple Tunisian crochet can be with this pattern and tutorial for Tunisian Crochet Dishcloths. Once you get past the first few rows, you will be moving along effortlessly. It kind of feels a bit like you are knitting because of adding the loops onto the crochet hook, yet at the same time, you are only using one crochet hook to achieve these results. The stitch is a close weave and is great for dishcloths, spa washcloths, pot holders, pillows, cowls, baby washcloth, and much more.
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V Stitch Waffle Pot Holders – Free Pattern. These V Stitch Waffle Pot Holders are a beautiful addition to your kitchen. The thick texture of this stitch will protect your hands when moving hot pots from one place to another. They make beautiful gift sets paired with utensils or spice mixes. Use your scrap yarn leftovers from bigger projects to make a beautiful set of potholders and gift them to your friends. I used the v stitch waffle pattern to create these pot holders
Use this pattern for the Crunch Stitch Washcloths to learn a new stitch and create something useful for your home at the same time. These washcloths are beginner-friendly, and you have a choice to make them either in one color or using two colors. My favorite one is the pink and blue version because you can use leftover scrap yarn from bigger projects. The solid bumpy texture of the crunch stitch is perfect for these washcloths. They make beautiful gift sets paired with a handmade soap or body wash.
- Designed by Crafting Happiness
Handmade pot holders are a super eco – friendly option to choose if you’re looking for a set of new kitchen accessories. They will protect all your countertops from hot pots and pans. What’s more, it’s a great beginner project!
PHOTOS by Crafting Happiness / Ravelry.com
- Designed by Purl Soho
You will need a 6,5 mm hook to make these juicy potholders, that will protect your table and kitchen surfaces from hot skillets and pots. What’s more, they can also be used as adorable coasters for your coffee table!
PHOTOS by Purl Soho / Ravelry.com