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  1. Here are more towel toppers and one Christmas Mandala cloth I crocheted. Also one dollar store towel and potholder set. These are all Christmas charity items for a local youth organization. The kids give these gifts to their parents or foster families as Christmas gifts.
  2. Here is a cotton cloth pattern I crocheted that resembles the flag. It could be used as a decorative square too if you want. Here is the free crocheted flag washcloth pattern.
  3. Hi y'all - this is similar to my first kitchen potholder pattern, only with 3 cable rows - hope you like it! I love it - use it in my kitchen all the time. http://janetmariespage.blogspot.com/2011/10/free-crochet-pattern-3-cable-kitchen.html Here is another kitchen potholder/cloth I designed that is very easy. I am using red and white cotton for my kitchen - bought 2 14-oz cones - will buy more as i need them. my own design - very simple cable ________________________________________ with size H hook, CH33 (or multiples of 3+4) ROW1 - DC in 3rd CH from hook (counts as DC here and throughout); DC across, CH2, TURN ROW2 - FP in next 3 DCs (always leave the 1st and last one as a DC, not a cable; BP in next 3 DCs; continue to end; DC in last; CH2, TURN REPEAT till desired size TRIM - with ombre or alternate color of your choice, SC 3 rows (in corners, do 2SC, CH, 2SC); at end, if you want a hangin gloop, don’t cut, instead, fasten off, then CH20, SL into beginning of CH20 - makes the hanging loop.
  4. Hi all - this is my original kitchen potholder design - made these for my kitchen - very simple - really love it - hope you do too! http://janetmariespage.blogspot.com/2011/10/free-crochet-pattern-cable-potholder.html SO FAR, THIS HAS TURNED OUT TO BE MY FAVORITE POTHOLDER DESIGN FOR MY KITCHEN - simple, and pretty. I actually designed this several months ago - finally got around to posting it. I am using red and white cotton for my kitchen - bought 2 14-oz cones - will buy more as i need them. my own design - very simple cable ________________________________________ with size H hook, CH33 ROW1 - DC in 3rd CH from hook (counts as DC here and throughout); DC across, CH2, TURN ROW2 - FP in 2nd DC; BP in next; FP in next; continue to end; DC in last; CH2, TURN REPEAT till desired size TRIM - with WHITE, SC 2 rows; in corners, do 2SC, CH, 2SC; THEN, with RED, DC one row; with 2DC, CH1, 2DC in corners; at end, don’t cut, instead, fasten off, then CH20, SL into beginning of CH20 - makes the hanging loop.
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