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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. RecycleCindy

    Green Jute Kitchen Set

    Here is a matching potholder and dishcloth I crocheted using a granny stitch. Here is the granny stitch potholder pattern and the granny dishcloth pattern I used. These are both going into a basket I am putting together for this year's Relay for Life fundraiser.
  3. RecycleCindy

    Basket with Kitchen Items

    This is a follow-up post from when I share some green-jute kitchen items I crocheted. I finally finished up all the items along with a plastic basket I crocheted from recycled plastic bags. The basket which includes a towel topper, dishcloth, potholder, scrubbie, and oven mitt is for our local Relay for Life fundraising auction.
  4. I've been dreaming to design a stained glass mandala since long ago. And my dream has come true. This double layered mandala potholder is crocheted in overlay crochet technique with elements of tapestry crochet. When not used in the kitchen it can be hung on a wall. And if you don't crochet a bottom part for this potholder it can serve as a decoration for a table or a nice appliqué for your old (or new) pillow cover. This easy to follow pattern (16 pages) is written for one size It contains step by step full written instructions in English using standard crochet abbreviations and US terms (stitch guide is given in the pattern). It also contains lots of pictures explaining all the tricky and difficult places. Crochet level: Intermediate (front post stitches are used in this pattern and some rounds are crocheted with yarns of two colors at the same time). http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/stained-glass-mandala-potholder
  5. Hi! I am searching for Sculpture Crochet potholder kits or patterns by Mary Buse Melick: Cup & Saucer potholder Crazy Stitch potholder Fan potholder Or any others by Mary Buse Melick. Please contact me, I would love to be able to make these potholders. Thanks so much, Laura
  6. RecycleCindy

    Granny Stitch Potholder

    Just wanted to share a basic granny stitch potholder pattern that I crocheted. This is for a Mother's Day gift for my Mom and I wrote up the pattern if anyone wants to make one. The front panel is in granny stitch and the back panel is done in single crochet stitching to provide a thick protective backing for the potholder.
  7. Here are my patriotic potholder and dishcloth set. I used the flag dishcloth pattern to crochet both of these. I crocheted around a 1 inch recycled bottle ring using single crochet stitches around the ring in the corner for the hanging loop.
  8. crochetbug13

    A hurry up hostess gift

    We were invited to dinner this past Easter, and I wanted something special for my hostess. There are are post felting photos at my blog which you can find here.
  9. This is my polka dot heart square. It's crocheted using a variety of post stitches and bobbles on a sc background. This is an intermediate pattern that can be crocheted using one solid color, or contrasting colors as shown. Note: this pattern assumes that you are already familiar with color changing techniques. Pattern can be purchased here: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/polka-dot-heart-square Thanks for looking!
  10. I made these for my cousin who always puts me and my family up at her house for an annual family farm reunion. Here is a blog post about this crochet adventure, and here is a photo of the finished product:
  11. I have been wracking my brain these last few weeks trying to remember the source for my favorite poinsettia potholder pattern. Here is the last one I made: http://s3.photobucket.com/user/countryyarns/media/PoinsettiaPotholderjpg12052013_0000_zpsc06f89b2.jpg.html It is actually red; I don't know why the scanner turned it orange. The pattern was in a thick softcover book, McCall's I believe. Seems like it was a knit/crochet book. The pattern was also later published in one of their other books or magazines. You would think I would have a dozen working copies of the pattern, since the book was literally falling apart from use, but that was in the days before copiers/printers were in just about every home. Probably the 1980s. I'm hoping somebody here has a long memory for crochet patterns!
  12. Chatty

    Top Grabber

    For those of you who remember my Skillet Grabber I now have something else even quicker and easier. I was cooking a pot of beans (yes,the picture is of the pot of beans) this morning when I decided to stick the skillet grabber onto the (hot) glass handle of the top, and then I thought [Well, I can do better than this...] and sat down with my crochet hook and yarn. Here's what I made: Top Grabber WW yarn (you will use two strands held together) Crochet hook size 7mm (US K, I think) No gauge Holding 2 strands of yarn together, ch 2, 6 sc in 2nd ch from hook. Place a marker at beg of rnd and work in spiral Rnd 2: 2 sc in each sc around (12 sc) Work 3 rnds even sl st in next sc and end off. Hide loose ends. This is quite customizeable if you want to make it for larger-diameter acrylid lid handles (yes, they get hot too). Simply make another rnd or two of increases (inc 6 sts each rnd), and then 2 or 3 rnds even. That's it! Enjoy! It only takes a few seconds, it works great for all-glass lids whose handles get hot when you're cooking. And since it should never get hot enough to melt it, you can use acrylic instead of cotton if you like, the one in the picture is some scraps from my stash that I have no idea of the brand, but it's WW acrylic. It should only take a few yards to make one, so make a bunch and give them away/sell them!
  13. Kristy Taylor

    dogwood potholder

    Would love to find a potholder pattern that is the dogwood flower.
  14. Easy directions for a Potholder made from very thick T-shirt yarn. Frugal and useful! I included pdf versions of the directions too. Other free patterns on my blog in the left sidebar. Mandy http://6ichthusfish.typepad.com/6ichthusfish/2013/05/crochet-potholder-with-t-shirt-yarn-.html
  15. Got an old T-shirt you don't want any more... turn it into yarn then whip up a potholder. Simples! I show you how on my blog and include directions, pattern and how to's with lots of photos. Save the planet and it's free!! Mandy http://6ichthusfish.typepad.com/6ichthusfish/2013/05/crochet-potholder-with-t-shirt-yarn-.html
  16. Happy to share my brand new Picket Fence Potholder free crochet pattern with you! It features a new technique I call "CroBroidery" for lack of a better name... You can get the Potholder pattern here. The Crobroidery tutorial is here. Happy crocheting, all! -SheilaSchnauzies (a/k/a SheilaSparkles)
  17. Pretty decorative small mat free crochet pattern, Can be used to put plant pots, ornaments etc on. easy pattern to make with clear instructions. http://www.patternsforcrochet.co.uk/a-decorative-mat-usa.html
  18. I would like to create a digital cookbook/e-book with favorite recipes of our Crochetville members as well as some patterns for kitchen items (dishcloths, potholders, casserole covers, teapot cozies, etc.). Would you like to contribute? Here are the details: Submitting Recipes: Submit your favorite recipe(s) Include a photo that you've taken of the dish (optional) If the recipe is taken from another source: Write all instructions in your own words. Give credit for the original source (book title, author name, publishing company, year published, website URL, etc.). Submitting Patterns: Pattern must not have been previously published, although it's okay to have it tested by pattern testers. Pattern must be your own original work. Submit one or more photos of a swatch or finished item. You may submit a finished pattern OR You may submit a pattern idea that should include a written description, a sketch of the finished item, and a photo or scanned image of a swatch that shows stitches used, any special shaping, etc. Copyright Information Designer will retain full copyright to all patterns submitted, including those accepted for publication. Designer may offer accepted patterns for sale or for free, but no earlier than release date of the cookbook. Publicity Information If your pattern is included in the book, Crochetville will give you publicity by: Including a designer bio in the book with links to your website(s) Including the designer bio in the cookbook discussion thread here at Crochetville Posting the designer bio on our Facebook page Posting the designer bio on our blog If you are selling or giving away the pattern, we will also include links to those pages in our promotional materials. We will publish a special issue of our newsletter, with links to the websites of all pattern contributors. [*]We will include a list of all recipe contributors in the cookbook, along with a link to your website (if you have one). We will also post that list in the book discussion thread here on Crochetville. You may choose how you wish to be identified (full name, first name and initial, whether we include your city and/or state, etc.) Deadline: All submissions must be received no later than February 15, 2013. How to Submit: Please email recipes and patterns to cookbook AT crochetville DOT com. If you prefer, you may submit your recipe as a reply to this thread. Notification: We will let you know if your recipe or pattern has been accepted for publication by March 15, 2013. If we receive so many submissions that we need a longer selection period, we will post in this thread to keep everyone updated.
  19. CrochetAmore

    Cupcake Potholder/Hotpad

    Hello! After yet another dry spell, I've started designing again. This is my newest design. A cupcake potholder. Doesn’t it just make you want to bake something? The pattern is available on Ravelry here, or you can purchase from my website here. This is not a step by step tutorial, but I have added several photos with detailed notes explaining stitch placement for working along the ends of rows and the edging so most crocheters should find this to be an easy pattern. FINISHED SIZE: 10 x 10 inches at widest points MATERIALS: Size G/6/4.25mm hook; worsted weight cotton yarn*: 2.5 oz cake color, 2.5 oz icing color, 3 yds red; tapestry needle; 1” plastic ring; sewing needle; sewing thread to match icing color. *Sugar’n Cream yarn in Warm Brown, Pastel Print, Country Yellow, Rose Pink, and Red were used for sample projects. GAUGE: 4 sc stitches and 4 sc rows per 1 inch Thank you for looking!!
  20. Multi coloured Granny Square Cotton Potholder crochet pattern, very easy to make. http://www.patternsforcrochet.co.uk/cotton-pot-holder-usa.html
  21. crochetbug13

    Two new (felted) potholders

    I own what have to be some of the ugliest potholders ever, and this week, I set out to replace them. You can read about this crochet adventure in three installments (first, second, third). Here is the finished product:
  22. Potholders that will never hold a pot.
  23. 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.
  24. 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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