Crochet Pattern Candlestick Potholders
Skill Level: Easy Skill
NOTE: If you want to use the finished vintage potholder in the kitchen, I suggest lining them with either a store bought potholder or layers of cotton quilt batting. Another idea is to place hot cookware on the backside of your potholder to protect the front from scorch marks. I have seen a few old potholders with a cotton backing added to them showing signs of scorching. The front of the potholder is like new but the back shows all the wear and tear from use.
Size: About 6" square.
Materials: Crochet Cotton Thread Size #10
White/Red (MC) - 100 yd
Red/White (Color A) - 25 yd
Green (Color B) - 8 yd
Yellow (Color C) - 3 yd
½" diameter Ring – for Hanger
Quilt Batting (optional)
Crochet Hook: Steel size 7 (1.65 mm) or size needed to obtain gauge.
Gauge: 8 dc = 1"; 7 rows dc = 2".
Crochet this potholder using crochet cotton thread size 10 and a steel crochet hook to obtain gauge.
This is an easy to follow crochet pattern that is an intermediate skill. The vintage potholder is created by crocheting 2 sides using double crochet stitches. Sides are crocheted together. Candles, Hollies and Berries are crochet separately and sewn on. Flame is embroidered on.
Check out the other vintage potholders here: https://www.maggiescrochet.com/search?type=product&q=Vintage+Potholders
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