Crochet Pot Holders Patterns
Lacy Thread Potholder
Date Added: July 5, 2009
This potholder is first made with a solid inner circle made of 2 pieces that are stitched together. Then 2 more decorative lacy circles are made then all layers are stitched together for form a very thick but flexible potholder.
Date Added: August 15, 2008
This crocheted potholders is done completely in single crochet. It uses 2 different colors that are carried throughout the pattern. It is done in the tapestry crochet technique. This is a light duty potholder and not meant for use with super hot oven pans. It is meant for handles on the top of a stove that are really not that hot.
Ultra Thick Potholder
Date Added: February 7, 2003
This really thick potholder will work best after it has been shrunk to tighten the stitches. It uses a dc stitch that is worked in the back loop then the front loop of each stitch.
Clusters Pizza Pad
Date Added: August 12, 2001
This pizza pad is just the right size for a 12"""" hot pizza pan. It can be made in an evening or two and would make a great addition to your kitchen. Especially if you serve a lot of pizza in your house. I have another one that I use every time I make pizza.
Ric Rac Potholder
Date Added: July 28, 2001
This potholder is made in 2 parts, the front and the back. They are made exactly the same then stitched together with the basic sc around the edge. It can also be made in to a hot pad or trivet by just inserting an old CD just before closing up the edges.
Cool Flames Potholder
Date Added: February 3, 2000
This potholder reminds me of the look of a gas stove burner that has been turned on. It is made in two pieces that are crocheted together around the outside. This makes it possible to insert a thick insulating circle of fabric if you want to. But since this potholder is thick by design it is not necessary.
Date Added: September 17, 1999
This potholder started out as a granny square that did not work so to prevent frogging I continued on and made it bigger then folded it in half and created this potholder. See what can happen when you design patterns?
Date Added: May 6, 1999
This potholder is just a simple pattern that can easily be made in a couple or 3 hours. It is meant to be a basic pattern that actually can be used. I recommend lining it between the layers with wool felt for added protection.