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Christmas Bulb Hot Pad pattern......looking

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:shrugI saw somewhere on the internet a pattern to make hotpads that looked like a Christmas bulb ~ it was a free pattern.

I did a search and found pattens for sale on Ebay, but I know this one was free, and didn't bookmark it - :bang - silly me.

 

Anyone know where it is????

 

 

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:yay Woo, you guys are fast ~ of course you are probably 3 hours ahead of me :lol. I saw the pattern and my heart started beating faster ~ exactly the one I was looking for. :hook

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If you go to annieattic.com you'll see that the free pattern of the day is for these potholders.

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Great idea for Christmas presents next year.

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Just in case anyone missed the last 10 replies, including mine:

 

IT'S TODAY'S FREE PATTERN AT ANNIES!!!

 

:rofl

 

 

I wasn't fast, just up late last night and checked the pattern shortly after the time/day change. ;)

 

Glad you finally got it Sheryl. :yay

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I guess I drink more coffee before I post. :lol I totally missed all the other posts and I thought I checked them before I posted.

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whooo hoooo!!! printing it out now!!!

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Kelly:

 

Thanks for listing the link to this pattern. I am going to try this now for quick gifts.

 

Steffi from PA

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I believe that this is what you are looking for....http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Ranch/4054/cldcph.htm. I know every year I do these for people and they love them. Hope this is what you need.

 

I actually think I like these better. Even though they have the black boarder around them.

The ones from Annies Attic today are made in rounds it looks like, which is fine. These look like they are made in one 2 pieces (for potholder, 1 for dishcloth) in rows.

 

Oh on Annies attic they say use SS yarn, not cotton. I read somewhere for hotpads/potholders you want cotton? I've made them in ww yarn and people say they melt (I rarely do cooking but give these away as gifts)....

Debbi

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Hi, does anyone have the pattern from Annie's pattern of the day? I don't know how I missed that one. (that is, if it's ok to ask for it).

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Hi, does anyone have the pattern from Annie's pattern of the day? I don't know how I missed that one. (that is, if it's ok to ask for it).

There is a sticky at the top of the board about asking for the free patterns:

 

http://www.crochetville.org/forum/showthread.php?t=20785

 

A lot of time the patterns are from http://www.freepatterns.com/ in which case we can give you the link.

Some, like yesterday's are not there so the best we can do is tell you what book/magazine to find it in and if it's not available anymore where online to buy the book/magazine such as eBay.

This pattern can be found in:

 

Tis the Season to Crochet, Pages 16, 22-23

 

:)

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I had got that book when it was offered as a trial then you pay later and I sent it back because I really didn't like it. But I did end up copying the pattern for the bulb.

 

Carol:hook

 

:cheerFOUND THE PATTERN YOU'RE LOOKING FOR IN A BOOK I HAVE....."TIS THE SEASON TO CROCHET" (PAGE 96). Published by The Needlecraft Shoppe. This book has alot of great Christmas patterns.

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What a clever idea. I never thought of making those, lol. Thank you for sharing the pattern.

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The light buld hot pad is a free pattern. It was on Annies Attic the other day. If you contact them they might give you a copy of it. julie

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