Crochet Kitchen Patterns
Julie's Serving Tray Mat
Date Added: August 6, 2015
This serving tray mat is designed to fit the serving trays found at fast food restaurants. The trays can be purchased on Amazon.com. The pattern stitch is based on the Wheatsheaf stitch in the 1986-19
Ribbed Can Cozy
Date Added: July 1, 2014
This is just the right size for a tight fit onto a 12oz soda can. You can make it longer for taller cans by just adding a few rounds. It is fast and easy to make and is very thick.
Winter's Way Snowflake Tablemat
Date Added: November 23, 2013
This table mat is easy to make and starts out as a solid circle done in blue then the blue is surrounded by white forming the snowflake. The center is big enough to place a vase on or use as a very large coaster!
Date Added: August 21, 2013
This placemat is fairly easy to make and starts off as 3 rows and then is worked in the round. You can coordinate the colors to match your kitchen or for any occasion.
Bobble Stitch Toothpick Holder
Date Added: July 3, 2011
This toothpick holder is fast and easy to make and you can make it in an evening. It is made with an empty film container.
Pointsettia Lazy Susan Mat
Date Added: September 10, 2010
This Lazy Susan mat is fast and easy to make and would look good on any Christmas table! It can be made with other colors and the last 2 rounds omitted for use in an afghan if you like. Because it is an octagon, you would need to include small filler squares to make an afghan.
Spring Fresh Lazy Susan Mat
Date Added: May 15, 2010
This crocheted Lazy Susan mat is fast and easy to make and would make a great addition to any kitchen. You can use your own colors to match your own kitchen's decor.
Eyelets Lazy Susan Mat
Date Added: May 31, 2009
This is a very fast and easy lazy susan mat to make. It is made in one piece and can be completed in an evening.
Beaded Jar Topper
Date Added: July 24, 2008
This crocheted jar topper is filled with beads. It is fairly easy to make and would make a nice finishing touch for covering a jar of goodies you might want to give as a gift. You can use any color combinations you want for this pattern.
Date Added: July 16, 2008
This crocheted trivet has a CD inside but you could just as easily keep the CD out of it to make it into a potholder. This trivet is named for a mountain here in Maine.
Bobbles & Shells Lazy Susan Mat
Date Added: August 4, 2007
This crocheted Lazy Susan Mat uses worsted weight acrylic yarn but you can use any cotton yarn you like. You can even make each section a different color for a striking effect. This is a good pattern for using up scraps of yarn.
Scallop Edged Placemat
Date Added: April 29, 2007
This placemat is started with a strip which is then crocheted around and then is finished off with a round of scallops in a pretty contrasting color. It would make a great addition to any dining table and the colors can be changed for any season.
Date Added: May 7, 2006
This scrubbie is designed with cleaning bathrooms and kitchens. It works great to help with removing soap scum when you are using Simple Green. It really works great!
Lazy Day Table Topper
Date Added: February 7, 2006
This small round table topper is just the right size to fit onto a plastic lazy susan and it fast and easy to make.
Beaded Sunburst Glass Cover
Date Added: October 17, 2005
This glass cover is made by making a special doily first then adding beads to the ch2 spaces on the last round. It can be used as a doily without the beads.
Net Stitch Table Mat
Date Added: June 6, 2005
This table mat is fast and easy to make and would look great with a bud vase sitting on it.
Popcorn and Shells Scrubby
Date Added: May 19, 2005
This scrubbie is fast and easy to make and uses a popcorn stitch that is on it's side.
Date Added: May 6, 2005
This trivet is easy to make and could actually be made from any color combination you want. It uses the chenille bump stitch that you can find in the Stitches section of the Reference area. Then shell stitches are worked in each chenille bump stitch.
Lemon Lime Lazy Susan Pad
Date Added: April 12, 2005
This lazy susan pad is just the right size to cover those 10" round plastic lazy susans you can get at any of those big discount stores! It is also fast and easy to make!
Easy Can Cozy
Date Added: April 9, 2005
This can cozy is fast and easy to make and it will keep your hands warm and dry while keeping your soda or what ever you are drinking cold. It will also help to keep that cup of coffee in that store bought paper cup from burning your hands.
Spring Garden Placemat
Date Added: April 8, 2005
This placemat is fun and easy to make and would be a great take along project since you make all of the motifs first then whip stitch them together. You could also make an afghan with the motif used in this placemat. You could also make matching coasters by leaving off the 4th round and putting on a round of sc in white.
Spider's Web Hotpad
Date Added: October 26, 2004
This hot pad could also be a potholder by just leaving out the CD. I would recommend using cotton yarn instead of acrylic though for a potholder.
Super Single Scrubber
Date Added: September 26, 2004
This scrubber uses one of my new favorite stitches the Single Crochet Front Back bobble. It is fast and easy to make and if you made six of them in different colors, they would make a great gift.
Cone Towel Topper
Date Added: August 25, 2004
This towel topper is made by making a cone from the bottom up then it is sewn to the top of the gathered up towel. I made both in just about 90 minutes.
Tutti Fruiti Trivet
Date Added: August 9, 2004
This trivet is another made with an old CD. This one is best made with a CD because the center is lacy and would not protect your hands very well from hot items.
Daisy Bright Hot Pad
Date Added: July 13, 2004
This hot pad as will all of my CD hot pads can also be a potholder by leaving out the CD. This bright and sunny hot pad will brighten up any kitchen.
Clusters Can Cover
Date Added: June 4, 2004
This can cover is fairly fast to make. I made it in just a few hours. Summer is comming and cold wet soda cans are here!
Date Added: May 12, 2004
This scrubber is larger than the normal ones I designed. It is meant as an all purpose scrubber for cleaning those nasty hard to clean stuck on dishes. Like baking sheets and such. You can also use it for household cleaning.
Captain's Wheel Trivet
Date Added: April 28, 2004
This fun to make trivet can also be used as a potholder. Just leave the CD out of it. Imagine this made with blue and white yarn!
Scalloped Edge CD Trivet
Date Added: October 30, 2003
This trivet pattern can also be used as a matching potholder. Just leave the CD out of it! Plus you can choose what ever colors of cotton yarn you want to match your decor. Use green and red for Christmas for example.
Date Added: August 7, 2003
This placemat is made with the same stitch as the Progressive Afghan, coaster and pillow I have on this site.
Two Sided Scrubber
Date Added: November 30, 2001
This unique scrubber is reversible! One side is made with nylon yarn for scouring and the other side is made with cotton to hold the soap suds for regular cleaning. Give this one a try! It does work great! I have been using one for over a week and it really works great for every day use.
Date Added: August 29, 2001
This scrubber square can also be used as a 4" square in an afghan! It is fast and easy to make and a bunch of them stuffed into a wicker basket would make a great gift or bazaar item.
Julie's Shoo-Fly Cover
Date Added: August 17, 2001
This piece is designed to keep flies and bugs out of your drinks when you are out side. It is made to cover a glass or dish up to 6½" in diameter. The weight of the beads should be enough to keep it on the dish or glass. Someone requested a pattern for a shoo-fly cover and this is what I came up with.
Date Added: August 9, 2001
This scrubber is made like a scrunchie but without the elastic band. The power of the scrubber is sure to clean any surface as well as any other scrubber out there of this type. You will need to get a skein of nylon plastic canvas yarn intead of a hank to complete this project. One skein should make at least 2 of them.
Date Added: August 4, 2001
This little toothpick holder is a really cute recycling project. It uses an empty film container with it's cap removed. You can also use this holder as a little vase to hold those short little flowers that your kids pick for you outside!
Date Added: June 28, 2001
This little scrubber can be easily made in an evening! In fact, it is cute enough to tuck a whole bunch, made in different colors, into a gift basket to give to your favorite cook, as a gift!
Popcorn Granny Square Scrubber
Date Added: October 6, 2000
This little scrubber pattern could do double duty! Not only is it a great little scrubber, but if you made this square with acrylic worsted weight yarn, you can use it as a motif in an afghan. This would be a great way to use up your scraps! You could also make a pillow with 9 of these squares sewn together.
Spiked Hot Pad
Date Added: September 12, 2000
This CD hot pad is quick to make. If you have old CD's lying around, this would be a great way to use them. You can also use this pattern as a potholder. Just cut 2 pieces of felt 6" in diameter and place them inside instead of using a CD. You could actually make a kitchen set, a hot pad and potholders that all match!
Lacy Jar Topper
Date Added: October 12, 1999
This jar topper would look best slipped over a white cloth covering the top of a jar. This is my first attempt at designing one and even making one so it is probably different from any you have seen.
Cute Towel Topper
Date Added: October 8, 1999
This towel is topped with a hanger that is made then sewn on to a gathered unfinished edge of a towel which has been cut in half. You could make a whole bunch of the tops first then sew them to the cut edges of hand towels after you are done crocheting the tops. This would make a great bazaar item since they do not take that long to make.
Shell Stitch Towel Topper
Date Added: October 4, 1999
This fingertip towel is topped with rows of shells that decrease with every row until you reach the mile-a-minute like hanging strap at the top. It is a fast and easy project that would make a great gift for anyone.
Pizza Pan Hot Pad
Date Added: August 19, 1999
This hot pad is a direct result of a request from one of the JPF Crochet Club members. She mentioned she found a pattern in a magazine that looked like a pizza and was big enough to put a pizza pan on.
Honey Comb Wood Trivet
Date Added: July 13, 1999
It is a fast and fun trivet to make and would make a wonderful Bazaar item.
Summer Wreath Napkin Ring
Date Added: June 19, 1999
This napkin ring is a result of a crochet challenge. A member of the JPF Crochet Club wrote to me about a challenge she had for me. She said she just emptied a transparent tape roll and thought that Julie could design something with it. Since I had already designed a Christmas Wreath using the tape core, I thought why not go ahead and try to design something else with it. She had a napkin ring in mind and this is what I came up with.
Date Added: June 1, 1999
This placemat is a result of a request from one of the JPF Crochet Club members. It starts out as a sampler square but then is worked in the round after the 3rd row is complete. Imagine 6 of these on a white tablecloth with red plastic cups outside on a July 4th Picnic
Crosshatch Stitch Tablemat
Date Added: November 28, 1998
This square mat would actually be great as an afghan made up of a bunch of these squares with the perimeter round left off. This mat uses the special stitch the Crosshatch Stitch I from the Harmony Guide to Crochet Techniques and Stitches.
Popcorn Pot Scrubber
Date Added: October 8, 1998
This pot scrubber is fast and easy to make and would probably sell well at a school bazaar. Yes I give you permission to make these and sell these at school bazaars. Just put a hang tag on them with the URL of this site on it.