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Snuggle Handle Holder

Image of Snuggle Handle Holder Designed By Julie A Bolduc

This tight fitting handle holder is just perfect for any cast iron skillet! It fits like a glove! I do recommend you use cotton for this pattern for extra protection. Do not substitute acrylic for this pattern. I also recommend that you do not leave this on the handle while the burner is lit. (especially a gas stove) It could catch fire. Only put it on when you are actually going to pick up the pan.
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Materials Needed
Small amount worsted weight cotton yarn. Peaches & Creme was used in the example
Size G aluminum crochet hook
Yarn Needle

Yarn Thickness 3mm
Gauge: 4dc=1"
Finished Size: 4½" x 2" Fits standard cast iron skillet handle
Skill Level: Beginner To Intermediate

Image of Picture of handle holder on pan

Instructions
RND 1: Ch 16. Join w/slst to first ch to for ring. Ch1. Sc in each ch around. Join w/slst to ch1.

RND 2: Ch2. Hdc in each st around. Join w/slst to top of ch2.

RND 3: Ch1. Sc in each st around. Join w/slst to ch1.

RND 4-29: Repeat rnds 2&3 consecutively. You should end with a round of sc. Fold tube in half so that the starting row is inside lined up with the last round. Tucked inside the tube. You should now have a tube that has two edges on one end and a folded edge on the other end. You are going to join the open edges together in the next round.

RND 30: Ch2. Working through both thicknesses, hdc in each st around. This makes it so that when you wash this holder, it will not come apart.

RND 31: Ch1. Dec 1. *Sc in next st. Dec 1. Rep from * around. You should now have 8 sts around. Fasten off leaving a 18" length. Flatten the tube so you have 4 sts lined up to each other. Sew the opening closed using an over hand or whip stitch. Weave ends into work.

Design written on Sunday, November 05, 2000. Copyright ©2000 By Julie A. Bolduc p102015

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