Crochet hot pads are one of those gifts everyone LOVES. Plus they can be hard to find for most people that don’t crochet. So, gifting hot pads is a great handmade gift that will be appreciated. The pocket hot pad is a fun, useful kitchen essential. The pocket can be used to help grab items out of the stove or can be used as a way to gift some fun kitchen gadgets. Everybody loves a pocket. Crochet Hook Size I (5.50mm) Worsted (#4) Weight Yarn-ranges from 95-120 yards Measuring Tape Yarn Needle Scissors Size: 7" or 9" options - both square with hanging loop
This is a traditional hot pad, honestly, the best ones I have ever used. This is not my design, but a common way to crochet hot pads that my Great Grandmother taught me and I want to share it with you. These are my most requested crochet items from my family! I love to gift them for any occassion, but I like to add a dish scrubby because we always need more. I wanted to help you enjoy making these as gifts this year as well so I created a cute printable gift tag you are welcome to use!
- Designed by Jennifer E. Ryan
Take a look at these beautiful fall hot pads by Jennifer E. Ryan! They are made in perfect colors and look absolutely cute. You can be pretty sure that they will make your kitchen ready for fall. What’s more, the acorns can be used booth as a potholder and a hot pat, because they are made with a double strand of yarn.
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Most of us own a swiffer or something similar. I don’t own one now but I do have something from the dollar store that does the same exact thing! As I’m trying to be more eco-friendly in my purchases and what I use around my house, the idea of buying a pad just to throw away is not a-okay with moi. Plus I need a more cost-effective option besides spending $4.50 before tax for a box of 16 twice a month on dry pads. I feel like I could buy so much yarn with the $108 I would be saving by making them myself. As I’m looking for a solution, I grabbed my hook and yarn an went on creating. I mean what else was I gonna do besides crochet me a pad or 2?!? The design is best if you use a cotton or other plant-based fiber for it. Blends are also great options.
Make this easy Coffee Cup Hot Pad and you'll never be without your morning cup of joe. Hot pads are always a great go-to pattern; you can never have too many. It would also make a great gift for new neighbors or home owners. If coffee is your caffeine of choice, you definitely need to make yourself this Coffee Cup Hot Pad.
If you love crochet, you don’t need to buy a plain old pot holder. You can crochet flower pot holder. It is both decorative and functional. It also makes a great housewarming or add-on gift for the holidays. Crochet potholders can be made in elaborate detail so you can show off your most advanced crochet skills. This free pattern is just gorgeous. They can be created in any number of different styles, and are a handmade treat that adds a personal touch to your gift giving. Protect yourself and your countertops with colorful and homemade crochet pot holder.
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