If you're new to the Tunisian crochet stitch, you can hone your skills while you make a Practice Makes Perfect Tunisian Potholder. This crochet potholder is thick and resistant to heat, which is exactly what you need in a potholder. The Tunisian stitch makes this potholder strong and long-lasting. You'll love the homemade look of this basic crochet potholder pattern. Practice your stitch and gain a valuable kitchen item that you can use every day.
- Designed by Nicky Jones
This lovely, thick potholder will give your kitchen a cute, modern vibe. This minimalistic is great, if you don’t want to overdo your kitchen and add too many colors to it. The best part is, this pattern uses only single crochet! Easy peasy!
PHOTOS by Nicky Jones / Ravelry.com
- Designed by Naztazia
This cool ring pad looks like a delicious apple pie, doesn’t it? It’s made with a special kind of yarn, that is heat resistant and you can use it as a hot pad, as well as a potholder or a trivet. Moreover, you can just decorate your house with it. For instance, feel free to hang it on your window!
PHOTOS by Naztazia / Ravelry.com
If you are someone who loves to cook, this crochet potholder pattern will be a great project for you. Even if you hate to cook like me, this will still be something you find interesting. If you know someone who is a great cook and is inseparable from her kitchen, this would make a great gift for her. Last but not the least, if you are a beginner crocheter, making potholders and dish cloths can help you hone your skills and give you a sense of accomplishment. Good things come in small packages!
This Thick and Bumpy Potholder is bumpy with puff stitches on one side, and ribbed on the other. It is super thick and has a really nice texture. The best part - you only need 1 ball of yarn to make the whole thing!
The Thermal Stitch is by far the best stitch (that I know of) you can use to crochet a thick potholder. It’s quite dense and thick – it’s basically double the thickness of a normal single crochet. It’s perfect for a potholder or anything that needs that extra thickness. When trying this stitch for the first time, the trickiest part is to find the right stitch that you need to crochet into. The whole pattern consists of Thermal Single Crochets (single crochets that are worked into the back loops of current and previous rows together). That’s what creates the thickness.