Fruity Trivets And Potholders


Fruity Trivets And Potholders

Fruity Trivets And Potholders
Fruity Trivets And Potholders

It's not often that one gets excited about kitchen accessories, but then again, these Fruity Trivets And Potholders are too cute to pass up. The crochet pattern is easy to follow and includes instructions on how to make the potholders and trivets in the shapes of a watermelon, lime, and orange. The whimsical design also makes this pattern a great gift idea for any bridal showers or housewarming parties you plan to attend. These potholders and trivets are so colorful and bright, you might not want to cover them up with casserole dishes!


Crochet HookK/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

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

Materials List

  • Worsted weight yarn (blogger used Blue Sky Alpaca’s Worsted Cotton in assorted colors)
  • K/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook
  • Removable stitch marker

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These are great little hostess gifts. They would be great to give to new neighbors as well as part of a welcome to the neighborhood basket. It is important to use cotton and with how much is needed to make these it is rather economical as well. Happy crocheting.

Wonderfully excellent photos included with this pattern. This is the perfect beginner pattern. No matter which one of these fruity trivets and potholders you elect to create, the finished product will be a great addition to your kitchen supplies. I am partial to the watermelon set.

Wouldnt these look great on your table? These are a cinch to work up as the trivet is just a circle, and the potholder a semi-circle (not a folded circle like I originally thought). The designer had provided an amazing number of photos, including several yarn combinations to create the perfect fruity effect. Dont pass this one up! Its well worth the effort.

Too cute and totally awesome. Love these fruity trivets and pot holders. I am making pot holders now for a friend to give away as little gifts. Love the recent update and the addition of the new color ideas. Nine inches is the perfect size for these and cotton is the only choice when making something that will be used in the kitchen.

This is exactly what I am looking for. I just completed the watermelon coaster set, which is a pattern I found on this website. I made not only watermelons, but limes, oranges, and lemons as well. I am planning on giving them as a gift, but I was looking for a matching trivet set. And I found them right here!


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