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Crocheted Snowflake Pot Holder

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Follow these instructions for a neatly designed pot holder. The white snowflake on the blue background really make it stand out. This makes for a fun Christmas gift.

Crocheted Snowflake Pot Holder
This image courtesy of www.hgtv.com

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Crochet Hook: G/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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Dec 4, 2013

Could this be taken off your list? It hasn't been fixed since the original problems. It's very cute, but it is causing frustration for those trying it.

 

Mar 2, 2013

I am looking for a pattern I saw on here. It may be a pot holder or an afghan square that looks like the petals of the flowers are made from crocodile tears.

 

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Jan 4, 2012

This is badly written. A whole round has been left out according to the picture in the snowflake. I didn't even try the potholder part of the pattern because a lot is obviously left unwritten! The picture looks great and I would like to make it, but I can't as written.

 

May 12, 2011

@sliderscg - We have contacted the original pattern maker for clarification. We will post any updates as soon as we hear back. Thank you for bringing this to our attention. -The Editors of AllFreeCrochet.com

 

May 12, 2011

YOU STATE TWICE IN YOUR PATTERN TO REFER TO THE ILLUSTRATION YET THERE IS NO ILLUSTRATION. PLEASE SEND AN ILLUSTRATION OR INCLUDE IT IN THE PATTERN. EM

 

Feb 6, 2011

I have been crocheting for over 45 years and this is the most confusing pattern I have ever seen--I know something must be missing in the instructions isnt It?

 

Jan 31, 2011

I agree with sliderscg. This pattern makes no sense whatsoever. I have 76 sc, then, what, for 19 rows crochet 18 stitches? It says for rows 2-19 sc first 18 stitches and leave the rest unworked. Say what? No folding illustration is shown or provided. Granny3, if I continue without increasing around the skinny oval of 76 sc, then what?? Am I crocheting a narrow tube with the bottom end closed? I would SO like to make this but am royally frustrated. And no, editors, I don't have time or patience to contact the site and find the original instructions. I have been crocheting off and on for almost 50 years, too -)br br Granny3, if you can help... let us know! Thanks. I am in a hurry because a Midwest winter is depressing wo holiday decorations and my daughter adores winter-themed stuff. And I have the blue and white thread on hand!

 

Jan 31, 2011

about the potholder with the snowflake - I have made this potholder for years and I love it. Rows 2 -19 are worked with no increases, when row 19 is finished you will have a pocket (open at the top) just fold in sides to the center and close, either with a slip stitch or yarn needle. Hope this helps.

 

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