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Ripple Potholder

By: Claudia Lowman from delights-gems.blogspot.com

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!

Intermediate

Crochet HookF/5 or 3.75 mm hook

Yarn Weight(2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)

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These unusual designs really do look like kitchen gems. Do yourself a HUGE favor and download or print off the instructions. The designer breaks this complex project into very manageable chunks using a series of close up, annotated photos. She also includes a symbol chart, and divides the instructions into one section for lighter weight yarns, and another for heavier.

I would double dog dare someone to actually use this pot holder if I had it in my kitchen. This is actually a piece of art work. I like that the designer left it up to the crocheter to embellish the potholder to taste. I love these ripple potholders.

I really appreciate all of the notes and pictures provided in the post of directions. I learned a lot. As the secretary of the home association in my area, these would be great additions to the welcome baskets for our new comers.

This is one project that I just have to do.mi remember going to my grand mothers house and seeing her beautiful pot holders that she made. Some she never used. They were on the kitchen wall as decorations. That was 60 years ago and I still remember them. I want to do the same thing.

These are potholders? If these were not labelled, I would have guessed them to be Christmas decors. Very attractive these Ripple Potholders. A mom or aunt or a friend who gets these potholders for Christmas will remember you for the rest of her life.Awesome!

A new twist on the ripple stitch. These ripple potholders look amazing. I love working with cotton yarns and they are the perfect yarn for this type of project. The only thing that could have made this post any better would have been to have had an actual pattern or instructions on how to make the embellishments for those of us who cant free form them.

I love these Ripple Potholder! The patterns for these are very well written and easy to follow. I like the Idea of having the old fashion #3 cotton and the updated cotton patterns. I think I want to do them all! The designs are just beautiful and will make a great gift or just to keep my self. Thank you so much for this free crochet pattern.

I love crocheted pot holders. They remind me of being in my great grandmother's and my grandmother's kitchens. Learning to bake and having huge family dinners always included those pot holders. I'm glad it is getting easier to find the patterns for them. Just seeing one makes me smile. I hope they will bring smiles to my larger family too in th years to come. Do you have special memories related to something simple in the kitchen like these pot holders?

Gorgeous!

I loved these! I made several.

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