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23 Perfect Crochet Potholders

Free simple crochet potholders for your kitchen

By: Lani Rush, Editor, AllFreeCrochet.com
23 Perfect Potholder Patterns

Check out our 23 Perfect Crochet Potholder Patterns to add a little fun and brightness to your kitchen supplies. Colorful crochet potholder patterns are frequently overlooked, but they have a lot of potential for being not only functional but cute! If you're just learning to cook, you have to make sure you have the right accessories and supplies, and these free crochet potholder patterns are perfect for outfitting your new kitchen.

If you're a seasoned cook, you know how important it is to have a good quality hot pad to protect your hands, and if it's cute enough to lift your spirits, so much the better! We've organized this list into categories to help you navigate and make your pattern selections, so pick out some yarn and have some fun before your next baking day! These crochet potholder patterns are also easy to make and can be crocheted within an afternoon, making these patterns an excellent last-minute gift idea for any housewarming party on your calendar. Best of all, many of these crochet patterns do not require much yarn, so you could learn how to crochet a pot holder simply by using what's available in your overflowing yarn stash

Square and Round Crochet Potholder Patterns

Bluebird Potholder

You'll love these easy-to-make crochet potholders that are made in circles and squares. Unique as can be, these colorful crochet potholders will add a splash of color to any kitchen. These potholders are almost too pretty to cover up with a casserole dish!

  • Potholder Pattern The diagonal stripes on these lovely holders are fun to make and fun to use.
  • Circles Pattern This pattern is unique because it has both stripes and circles--the best of two worlds.
  • Bluebird Potholder Pattern This little bluebird of happiness would make a great housewarming gift for friends or new neighbors.
  • Roll Stitch Hot Pad Roll stitching sets this round crochet potholder pattern apart, and versatility makes it a necessary addition to your kitchen.
  • Double Wheels Potholder Spin this little number and you might get dizzy, but that could just be happiness, too.
  • Easy Peasy Potholder Do you need a potholder in a hurry? Then you'll want to keep this quick and stylish crochet potholder pattern at your fingertips.
  • Peach Crochet Potholder You'll love how easy it is to make this stylish crochet potholder, especially as it is made with yarn in a bold color.
  • Vintage Inspired Crochet Potholder You'll love this elegant and sleek design in this crochet potholder! Your friends will love receiving a duplicate for a housewarming gift, too.

Nature-Inspired Potholder Patterns

Moon Star Motif

You don't have to look far to find inspiration for crochet potholder patterns! This selection offers plenty of flower power, as well as additional designs inspired by nature. These colorful crochet patterns would make great gift ideas, too.

  • Moon Star Motif Now this is truly a work of art. This looks like the sun, moon, stars, and flowers.
  • Petal Potholders The unique shape and pretty design of this hotpad give it unexpected appeal and elegance.
  • Sunny Skies Hotpad Brighten up your kitchen with this cute hotpad pattern - it's one of the sweetest round crochet potholder patterns you'll fine!
  • Dutch Skies Potholders You'll love the dramatic look of these gorgeous crochet potholders. You'll also be surprised that even beginners can make these, too!
  • Acorn Potholder Easy to make, this crochet potholder pattern is the perfect way to add a qiurky look to your kitchen.
  • Flowers in Springtime Potholder What a cute way to welcome spring! Consider using yarn in an assortment of colors when making this pattern.

Super Cute Crochet Potholder Patterns

Coffee Cup Hot Pad

From holiday designs to bold and colorful motifs, you'll want to get these crochet potholder patterns in your kitchen right away. Grab some yarn and your favorite crochet hook, because you'll want to make the crochet patterns included in this section.

  • Heart Shaped Trivet Use any color worsted weight yarn to make this for someone you love.
  • Moody Monkey Potholders This is an easy crochet pattern that's perfect for beginners.
  • Coffee Cup Hot Pad Coffee fanatics, this is the perfect potholder pattern for you.
  • Mr. Claus Potholder Pattern You'll love using this adorable crochet potholder during the holidays! Just keep in mind this pattern is ideal for crocheters at the intermediate level. 
  • Dancing Sheep Potholder This pattern is too cute to pass up! You'll love the whimsical addition of sheep to a crochet potholder.
  • Super Simple Granny Square Potholder Although this crochet potholder pattern is easy to make, it comprises four granny squares joined together. The result? A cute and colorful potholder that will look good on your kitchen table.
  • Bobble Heart Potholder This design is perfect if you want to add some whimsy and texture to your typical potholder. Keep this crochet potholder pattern in mind the next time you need a quick gift idea for Valentine's Day!
  • Fruity Trivets and Potholders Easy to make and colorful, too, these fruity trivets and potholders are almost good enough to eat.
  • Cheerful Sunflower Potholder With its bold design and deep, rich colors, this crochet potholder pattern will be a sunny addition to your kitchen accessories.

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This is the perfect collection for when youre needing some inspiration. There are so many different styles, motifs, methods and stitches that these will keep you busy for a month or more. Youre bound to find something that will appeal to you. Put down your yarn and hook, and treat yourself to a little fantasy time. Just imagine the colors and textures youll use for these projects!

Here's another free potholder pattern to add to the list! Crochet Flower Potholder Pattern.... http//vintageinfo.net/crochet-flower-p == otholder-pattern/

The link to the crochet Stained Glass Flower Potdholder doesn't work. Any suggestions? Can't access it through the search function either. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

Can't find pattern for stained glass flower potholder , doesn't go to correct page when I click on it.would really like to see it. Love the coffee cup hotpad

Does anyone know of an Owl potholder pattern? Been looking all over the interweb and can't find one I like. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

http://www.freevintagecrochet.com/potholder-pattern/lily59/owl

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/its-a-hoot-owl-potholder

I just finished the Starburst Hotpad, I had a really hard time putting all 5 petals together or at least the final piece of yarn sewn in just a certain way to make the petals. I never mastered this step but like I do alot I put my own spin on it and accomplished the same look. I think the original instructions would have made it something I would make more or, but since I had to take more time working it together I will move on to another pattern and try to conquer it. I'm self taught and still teaching myself, but there are so many videos or how to do things it makes the process of learning easier. Thank you.

This starburst hotpad is really pretty and it's easy to do. Well worth the time and easy to carry with you to have handy when you have a few minutes to wait for an appointment.

@msdonnaerlarson 2292663: I have just tested the links and they seem to be working properly. You may notice that the links at the top of the page link to categories of patterns further down on the page. You will need to click on the links for specific patterns further down on the page in order to open the pattern pages. Hope this helps! -- Editor of AllFreeCrochet

How do you get the pattern??? I have clicked the links nothing is happening. I would love to make these pop holders. Thanks for your time in this matter. D

@e4264317 7368982: If you would like to see free patterns by e-mail, please subscribe to our e-mail newsletter using the "My Newsletters" tab at the top of this page. Hope this helps! -- Editor of AllFreeCrochet

how do you received free patterns

does anyone know how to do a germany crazy stitch diagonal scalope edging

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