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.
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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.
Star Spangled Trivet and Hot Pad
What do you call that thing you put under hot dishes to protect the table? Trivet? Hot pad? The world seems divided! But united we stand, and the Star Spangled Trivet (or Hot Pad!) is ready to stand up to whatever you dish out - and look festive while doing it! Made with bright washable Kitchen Cotton, this free trivet pattern will perk up your table for years to come! It starts with a mesh base, and then the “wiggles” are added to create the fun 3D look - and keep your counters and tables safe!
Pocket Hot Pad
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
Crochet Swiffer Pad
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.
Kitchen Ring Pad
- 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
Find original free pattern on naztazia.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.