Potholders and trivets are projects that work up quickly and are great stash busters. Not only that, they are super functional as well and they are stylish. You can decorate your kitchen in a theme and colors using potholders, trivets, and other kitchen related designs.
Are they trivets? Coasters? Dishcloths? Yes, yes, and yes! These pretty and functional little numbers will be your go-to item in the kitchen, whether you grab a few to protect your table or use to fabulously wipe up a spill, they are hardworking yet beautiful accessories for any kitchen that needs a little handmade loveliness!
Take a stack of these to your next get together for a thoughtful and useful hostess gift. Be sure to keep a few for your own kitchen too!
I found a great way to get the wiggly crochet look, but in the round! I’m not sure if it’s officially “wiggly crochet” anymore, but it definitely uses the same general idea.
Just increase the starting chain to the width you wish for your potholder and follow the pattern below (ignoring the stitch counts at the end of the rounds)- working to the length you wish 🙂
Brighten up your kitchen with these fun pot holder patterns!
One thing I love about using front post stitches is that the design is often quite pleasing from the back as well, and this potholder is no exception.
What do you call that thing you put under hot dishes to protect the table? Trivet? Hot pad? The world seems divided! But united we stand, and the Star Spangled Trivet (or Hot Pad!) is ready to stand up to whatever you dish out – and look festive while doing it!
This round up was compiled by Cre8tion Crochet Contributor Dianne Hunt.
Dianne is the owner of Same DiNamics Crochet. The name Same DiNamics is very special to her. It came about at a time where she needed something in her life. She started blogging by doing book reviews, which she still does. Dianne re-discovered crocheting about 3 years ago, she added ‘Crochet’ to her blog name for easy recognition. She has not let the hook down ever since. Her goal in crocheting is to learn as much as she can and do amazing things. She is following the journey that has been set before her. You can find Dianne on Ravelry, her blog or facebook.