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Crochet Hotpad from Beer Cap

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This is such a neat crochet pattern that you have to try. It's also a nice recycling tactic with old beer caps. A crochet hotpad from beer caps is easy to make and will look great in the kitchen.

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Crochet Hook: 9 or 1.4 mm hook (steel)

Yarn Weight: (0) Lace (33-40 stitches to 4 inches). Includes crochet thread.

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Apr 6, 2012

this is one of my first crochet projects 50+ years ago learned from my grandmother we also made the same with yo-yos of scrap fabric

 

Jul 27, 2011

@SophieDophie: We suggest inserting the bottle cap before you begin decreasing rounds. Hope this helps! -- Editor of AllFreeCrochet

 

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Jul 26, 2011

I ALWAYS READ PATTERNS THROUGH BEFORE STARTING ANY PROJECT, AND I NOTICE YOU HAVEN'T INDICATED EXACTLY WHEN TO INSERT THE BOTTLE CAP INTO THE CROCHETED PIECE. DO YOU WAIT TILL THE VERY LAST ROUND OR WHAT?

 

Feb 10, 2011

hello there i would like you email the beercaphotpad pettern to becaues i missed it when it was in my printer was not wrokin gand i like that pattern please thank you

 

Feb 10, 2011

hello there i would like you email the beercaphotpad pettern to becaues i missed it when it was in my printer was not wrokin gand i like that pattern please thank you

 

Feb 10, 2011

hello there i would like you email the beercaphotpad pettern to becaues i missed it when it was in my printer was not wrokin gand i like that pattern please thank you

 

Feb 10, 2011

hello there i would like you email the beercaphotpad pettern to becaues i missed it when it was in my printer was not wrokin gand i like that pattern please thank you

 

Feb 5, 2011

I know that this sound dumb but how do you heat the caps up? Soak them, because of the metal is the Microwave out, oven?

 

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