As long as they're not building a dam on someone's property, beavers are beloved animals and even the mascot of several schools. If you're a beaver lover, crochet a few of these potholders for your kitchen. You can also use them as hot pads to protect surfaces from hot pans. This easy crochet pattern is quick to make with a double strand of cotton worsted yarn. You may even have the right colors in your stash already. Use a single strand of yarn to make a smaller beaver as a coaster. Potholder measures approximately 8” wide x 6” tall (including ears). Gauge = 7 sc = 2”, 8 rows = 2" Materials: Cotton worsted weight yarn: 85 yards brown 12 yards tan 20 yards white 5 yards black Size J (6.0 mm) crochet hook Yarn needle
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Diamond Waffle Hot Pad
These Diamond Waffle Hot Pads are the perfect gift to someone who loves handmade items. Pair them with wooden utensils and homemade spices to create a beautiful gift set. I used the diamond waffle pattern to create these hot pads. Use these hot pads in the kitchen to lift hot pots and pans or you can use them on the table to put those hot pans on and not damage your surfaces. Enjoy your newly-made diamond waffle hot pads.
Crochet Cactus Potholders
Cacti are happy, bright, summery, and fun - so Crochet Cactus Potholders are perfect for your kitchen! These thick squishy crocheted hot pads make great trivets too! The key to the Crochet Cactus Potholders is to use 100% cotton yarn - Red Heart Scrubby Smoothie! With cotton yarn, you can use these Cacti with hot dishes without worrying about melting your project on your next hot dish. The Crochet Cactus Potholders are a set - there's a tall cactus and a ball cactus, both kitchen ready. But they aren’t limited to being just potholders! The tall cactus also would make a great oven mitt if you sew two of them together. And the Ball Cactus would be super cute under a real flower pot! However you use them, they are sure to brighten up your table.
Easy Double Thick Textured Crochet Square Potholder
Potholders hotpads or trivets , whatever you call them , they are absolute essential for your kitchen. Crocheted Potholders are an easy way to spruce up a kitchen. I love crocheting potholders. They are both decorative and functional If you are looking for a quick easy and simple crochet potholder pattern, then here it is. Today am sharing the pattern for this Easy Double Thick Textured Crochet Square Potholder .This Potholder crochet pattern works up quick and the double thickness makes it strong and durable too. Potholders are also one of my favorite projects to give as gifts to friends and family. The size of this potholder can easily customized according to your need by changing the starting number of stitches. Its always advisable to use cotton yarn to make crochet potholders. Materials Used:- 8 Ply Cotton Yarn 4 mm Crochet Hook Size:- 10 inches- Customizable to any size
Giant Circle Potholder
This is one of 3 potholders featuring circle motifs. This one has a large center circle. Instructions are also included for granny square versions without the hanging loop. Skills Used Basic crochet stitches: chain, double crochet, half double crochet, single crochet, slip stitch Crocheting in the round Changing colors, crocheting in the back loop only Skill Level Easy Finished Size Potholder: 7.5” (19 cm) square. Materials Lily Sugar’n Cream yarn (100% cotton, 2.5 oz/71 g/120 yd/110 m) - 1 skein in Indigo (CA). Lily Sugar’n Cream yarn (100% cotton, 2 oz/57 g/95 yd/87 m) - 1 skein ea in Faded Denim (CB). US Size H-8 (5 mm) crochet hook, or size needed to obtain gauge. Yarn needle. Gauge Finished Potholder = 7.5” (19 cm) square in pattern. Exact gauge is not critical for this project, but stitches should be tight so potholders can protect hands and surfaces from heat.
Autumn Acorn Hot Pads
- 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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Cluster V Stitch Hot Pad Free Crochet Pattern
These Cluster V Stitch Hot Pads are a great beginner project where you can learn a new stitch and create something useful for your more at the same time. Use scrap yarn from bigger projects to make a set of these hot pads and gift them to your friends and family. They make a great gift set paired with a set of utensils or homemade seasoning blends. Use these hot pads to protect surfaces from hot pots and dishes, and decorate your kitchen.
Modern Double Thick Crochet Potholders
Add some charm to your kitchen with these double thick crochet potholders. They are the perfect accessory to have in your kitchen because it will protect your countertops and keep your hands safe. These potholders can be made within 1 hour and use cotton yarn. They make the perfect house-warming gift! This easy free crochet potholder pattern includes step-by-step photos and a guided video tutorial. Get ready to make these awesome hot pads for the whole family!