Practical Crochet Hot Pads for Safety and Kitchen Chic Look

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A collection of pictures of crocheted potholders and dishcloths.
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Handmade potholders have proven their functionality. Once you try such crocheted kitchen utensils, you’ll never want to go back to the mass-produced ones. If you want your kitchen to be stylish, if you want to keep your hand safe, if you do not intend to waste money on inferior goods, these crochet hot pads patterns are for you.

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1. Sweater Weather Potholder

This design is for those who like the look of knitting but prefer to crochet with a hook. The special potholder pattern makes the fabric look very sweater-like. And it’s really like a sweater – it keeps the heat perfectly, but in this case to save your hands. The piece will work best with Scandinavian and rustic designs and it’s also a great gift idea. Plus, you can try experimenting with colors.

  • DESIGNED by Dayna Perry
  • PROJECT TYPE hot pads
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL upper beginner
Two pictures of a person knitting a dishcloth.

Photos by Dayna Perry / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on thispixiecreates.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

2. Interlocking Rings Potholder

A whimsical potholder for lovers of intricate designs. This one is more decorative, but it works for things that are just hot and won’t burn your hands to a crisp. Still, it’s good to have something pretty in the kitchen, and this is a pretty practical and eco-friendly idea. Besides, the hot pad pattern is suitable for all crocheters who know the basic techniques.

  • DESIGNED by AngryBeaver
  • PROJECT TYPE hot pads
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL intermediate
Two pictures of a purple and green crocheted placemat.

Photos by AngryBeaver / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

3. Chicken Potholders

These chicks have a good Thanksgiving vibe, but the design is fun enough that they’re good all year round. Despite the fancy look, these crochet potholders are practical and will serve you for a long time. This project is for those who are not afraid to make interesting choices and are willing to experiment with their space and style. It’s also beginner-friendly, so don’t be afraid of difficulties. There won’t be any.

  • DESIGNED by Stephanie Anderson
  • PROJECT TYPE hot pads
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL upper beginner
Two pictures of crocheted chickens on a table.

Photos by Stephanie Anderson / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on livechilllife.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

4. Fried Egg Hot Pad

An easy hot pad project for beginners. The pattern is based on the simplest of techniques: slip stitch, single crochet, double crochet and chain. This piece has only one layer, so it’s better to use thick yarn if you want it to be functional and not just pretty. But it’s still a good choice if you don’t have much experience with this kind of project and want to practice a bit.

  • DESIGNED by Sara Sach
  • PROJECT TYPE hot pads
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL beginner
A set of crocheted placemats with a smiley face on them.

Photos by Sara Sach / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on poshpoochdesignsdogclothes.blogspot.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

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