Potholders to Crochet Throughout the Year
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Can you send me a copy of your download? Carrie " Hi. I would like to make this afghan but in a different yarn. The suggestion is a I'm not sure how many balls would be required to be the equivalent yardage needed for the project. Your help is appreciated. This particular pattern, which requires one skein worsted weight cotton yarn, is made for a large adult hand.
If you're making an oven mitt for a child or someone with smaller hands, use a smaller crochet hook.
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Play with a food theme by creating apple potholders, made of two colors of yarn. Pick out a white or off-white yarn for the flesh of the apple and a red, yellow, or green hue for the skin, depending on which type of apple is your favorite. You might also want brown yarn for the seeds and stem, though it's not mandatory.
You will also need a G or H hook for this pattern. Apple Potholder from Star Wisps.
Those who prefer watermelons to apples can celebrate the juicy summer fruit with an appropriate crochet potholder pattern. This pattern makes a thick potholder that's around 6 inches by 12 inches, and it requires worsted yarn in green, red or pink, and black hues. Watermelon Potholder from Christina Michel on Ravelry. You Should Craft. A bobble heart crocheted potholder has great texture, thanks to the stitches it uses. Saw the math thingy, but I'm not into that. Maybe someone else would be.
Judy M wrote: Does anyone have the "chart" for chain length to making various sizes of the magic potholder? Using Lily sugar and cream and a 5 hook, I make a 40 chain first row, single crochets into one side of the chain, 3 singles at each end then no more increases, makes a 'bag' like structure.
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I single crochet 15 rows then finished off by whip stitching the sides together catching the occasional stitch from the other side to prevent the cloth from separating. Makes a nice thick cloth. CALLI wrote: Using Lily sugar and cream and a 5 hook, I make a 40 chain first row, single crochets into one side of the chain, 3 singles at each end then no more increases, makes a 'bag' like structure. I would love to make this.
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Chemchic wrote: I don't have a chart but you could use the Pythagorean Theorem equation to estimate the finished size. That length for those 13sts is equal to the number for "C squared " above