This slender fit, marbled oven mitt or potholder is a great addition to any kitchen! It is very easy to work up, only using a single crochet and slip stitch. The material winds up being very thick, protecting the hands from warm (not hot!) pot and pan handles.
It’s holiday season, which means a lot of us are going to be spending more time in the kitchen. Cooking up feasts and helping the family prepare for guests. So, in the spirit of the season, I’ve stitched up an Oven Mitt Set. It’s perfect for baking pies or roasting a turkey. The set has a pattern for a pot holder and an oven mitt worked in a half double crochet V stitch. I made mine using a Berroco Pima yarn which is 100% cotton. It’s a 4 ply yarn which adds extra cushion (perfect for an oven mitt) and it’s soft and luxurious too.
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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This super quick free crochet pattern is the ideal pattern if you're looking to work something up in jiff. Crocheted to be double-thick, this 30 Minute Potholder is great for the kitchen. The extra thickness means you can pick up any hot pot or pan without endangering your fingers. If you're all set on potholders in your own kitchen, this crochet potholder pattern would be a perfect housewarming gift or last-minute hostess gift.