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Butterfly Stitch Potholder

Butterfly Stitch Potholder This simple pattern will show you how to crochet a butterfly stitch. The Butterfly Stitch Potholder is a simple project using the new stitch, so if this is an unfamiliar stitch, you'll have the entirety of the potholder pattern to practice. This free crochet tutorial has instructions for three sizes of potholders, but you could easily modify the patterns to make them as big or as small as you need. This inventive stitch gives a nice textured feeling with different colors without having the color change feel too boring.


Stir Me Up Potholders

Why stick with one yarn color? Choose your favorite colors to swirl together in some candy-like Stir Me Up Potholders. The crochet pattern is fast and easy, so you can whip out a few of these every week!

Easy Crochet Potholder

Easy Crochet Potholder This Easy Crochet Potholder is the perfect project if you're looking to create something for your home. This free crochet pattern requires two colors of yarn, so choose a yarn that will match your kitchen. Just remember that kitchens can be messy places and white or light potholders soil easily. Looking for a gift? Consider using this pattern. A red and green potholder makes a festive gift for the Christmas chef in your family.


Potholder Pattern

With chunky weight yarn you can crochet these potholders in any color you wish. The diagonal pattern adds a nice design for your kitchen.

Circles Potholder

Instead of going out and buying a new potholder, try this free crochet pattern for a Circles Potholder! These make great housewarming gifts and are pretty decorations to hang in your kitchen.

Crochet Paracord Trivets

Crochet Paracord Trivets Take a break from your yarn stash and mix things up with these Crochet Paracord Trivets. These homemade crochet trivets are helpful to have around because they provide a protective layer between a hot dish and your table. Paracord is a woven-nylon thread that can be used in a variety of different emergency situations, so these trivets are also a great thing to bring with you on a camping trip or other outdoor adventures.


Ripple Potholder

The Ripple Potholder features a ripple pattern commonly used in afghans, shawls and sweaters. In a functional, beautiful potholder, the ripple crochet pattern can be made following any preferred color scheme. Embellish the center with cherries or a flower to match your home decor!

30 Minute Potholder

30 Minute Potholder 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.


Petal Potholder

This sweet Petal Potholder will brighten up your kitchen and your day. The easy crochet pattern is free and a breeze to stitch up.

Bumpy Hotpad/Potholder

Using worsted weight yarn, the double crochet stitch and this free crochet pattern you can make a very similar Bumpy Hotpad/Potholder. Use this design to take hot dishes out of the oven or microwave. Choose colors to match your kitchen.

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