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  1. Crochet Pot holder Placemats patterns are always so fun to make! Crochet Potholders are versatile. You have a choice to make them in any shape you wish. By using different combination and variety of Crochet Stitches, you can give them a lovely textured look. They are both decorative and functional and they also make beautiful gifts for your loved ones, be it any occasion. You can color code them and make them according to the holiday season. Today am sharing the pattern for this easy to make Cluster Buster Crochet Round Potholder. These work up really quickly. The pattern uses simple crochet stitches and hence its a beginner friendly pattern too. The mid part of the pattern is made by working only in the back loops and is gradually worked upon with Double Crochet Cluster stitches. Once you get a hang on making one, you will surely want to make more of them. Get your hooks and yarn ready and make couple of these potholders to add some handmade flair to your kitchen. Materials Used:- 4 Ply Cotton Knitting Yarn 4 mm Crochet Hook Size:- 13 Inches Written and Photo tutorial https://rajiscrafthobby.blogspot.com/2022/02/cluster-buster-crochet-round-potholder.html Video Tutorial
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