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Sprinkle Crochet Potholders

Updated September 05, 2018
Sprinkle Crochet Potholders
Sprinkle Crochet Potholders
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"These potholders are so easy and fun to make! All you need is a little bit of spare time, two skeins of Scheepjes Cotton 8 in bright white, a couple of tiny scraps of Sunkissed (For each bobble you'll need 1 meter) and a 5.0 mm crochet needle. Yes, a 5.0! It's not a mistake, I'm working double stranded."

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Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

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This pattern looks so cute! I enjoy making unique potholders and dish cloths, and I think this would be a great new one to make! Think of all the different color options you have, to match any kitchen theme. I would love to make these for a housewarming gift, or a wedding gift.

This pattern looks so cute! I enjoy making unique potholders and dish cloths, and I think this would be a great new one to make! Think of all the different color options you have, to match any kitchen theme. I would love to make these for a housewarming gift, or a wedding gift.

This pattern looks so cute! I enjoy making unique potholders and dish cloths, and I think this would be a great new one to make! Think of all the different color options you have, to match any kitchen theme. I would love to make these for a housewarming gift, or a wedding gift.

I really like these. They are so easy to make and they don't take much yarn to complete. They are cute as can be too. That's the three basic requirements for a DIY project for me. Plus this one can take its place in any kitchen because of the way colors are added.

These potholders are so easy and fun to make! All you need is a little bit of spare time, a skein of white yarn and a couple of scrape pieces of different colors of yarn. These potholders are made using half double crochet and bobble stitches. Note that the bobble stitch is created by using double crochets.

Wow! Never thought of making two sides and putting them together. It seems so common sense. I really like this pattern. I won't make them in white but will add the sprinkles. I think it would make it easier to hold the potholder with those beautiful little bumps. Great pattern! Thank you.

These potholders look so fun and easy to make. I do love working with cotton yarn, and of course it is really the only yarn you want to make potholders out of since acrylic yarn would melt at such high temps. I have plenty of yarn scraps that I could use to make a few of these later today and my friends would love a little surprise gift.

I think she is my new favorite designer. Seems like every project I pick to work on, turns out to be her. She's got the best yarns, the best colors and the best ideas that I wish I had! This potholder design is so very simple to do, and it easily customizable to coordinate with the decor of your kitchen.

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