Free pattern! This easy-to-make crochet potholder is double thick to protect your hands, counters, and table. A pretty, yet practical gift that will last for years. I make these for gifts and people always love them. I like to use cotton yarn because it is insulating and machine washable. Unlike some yarns, cotton will not melt when you put hot pots and pans on it. Continue reading
This pattern uses fingering yarn, but you could use worsted weight for a bigger motif for a blanket or pillow.
Worked in worsted weight cotton yarn, this would also be a beautiful trivet for your kitchen.
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I have been designing patterns for three years now. In the beginning stages of learning to write and design patterns, I chose to make doll patterns. This pattern was inspired by the popularity of chevrons. Continue reading
Here is an inexpensive way to make your own sock blockers! These are indispensable tools to the sock knitter or crocheter. Sock Blockers are used to fine-tune the shape of a handmade pair of socks.
Don’t know what to do with your scrap yarn? If you’ve been crocheting for very long, you probably have a growing collection of yarn scraps. Continue reading