Using post stitches in a creative yet simple way makes the flower at the center of this pan protector really pop! All you need is one ball of dishcloth cotton or partial skein of any acrylic yarn from your stash and size I/5.5mm hook. Pattern includes 3 sizes for this project to fit a variety of pans. This kitchen project is pretty and practical and makes a great teacher or neighbor gift – everyone has pans!
Are you worrying about your pots and pans getting scratched and scraped? Why not make some beautiful and practical Hexagon Pan Protectors to protect your favourite pans. These stylish Pan Protectors can simply enable you to stack pans with each other and save your space. This Hexagon Pan Protectors Free Crochet Pattern is a perfect stash busting project and makes a multicolored scrap-busting pan cozy. It is not difficult and works up quickly. The instructions in this project have 3 sizes to suit different pan sizes.These could also be a gift that hard to buy for a person. Thanks Raffamusa Designs for sharing free crochet patterns. The link for the pattern is provided below photo. Happy crocheting!
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I make this textured front post dishcloth often as a gift for my friends and for use in my own kitchen and bathroom. I like that the texture gives character to the appearance of the dishcloth in addition to a bit of scrubbing/ exfoliating action. This design would look great with any ombre or solid color cotton yarn. Materials: Lily Cotton Sugar n Cream, Key Lime Pie Ombre Crochet Stitches: chain, single crochet, double crochet, front post double crochet Time to create: 30-45 minutes
Have you ever tried to crochet the crab stitch before? If not, this Delightful Crab Stitch Crochet Dishcloth Pattern will show you how! With a lovely mix of pastel blue and salmon yarn colors, this crochet dishcloth will bring a stylish pop of color to your kitchen. If you find that you love the finished project so much, then you can choose to use the final design as a decorative mat to display on a shelf or table. Either way, you'll love how versatile this crochet dishcloth will be. Add this pretty dishcloth to your kitchen today!
Dress up your kitchen with this pretty flower dishcloth. The dishcloth features petals worked in gentle cotton for nonabrasive cleaning and a scrubby yarn center for tougher jobs. The pattern is quick and easy and written in American English according to Yarn Council standards and guidelines. Fresh new crochet pattern written and posted by Kara at Petals to Picots. Visit her website for the full free pattern and view all the patterns she has to offer.
Do you have yarn leftover from Red Heart scrubby? If yes, use it for creating these super attractive crochet dishcloths. To make this dishcloth, you need to work on simple crochet circles consistently. You require beginner-level skills with a 5.5mm crochet hook to make this circle crochet dishcloth. One more thing, the overall size of this dishcloth may vary because of the different sizes of the gauge. oombawkadesign