Old Fashioned Potholders Set 2 Crochet Pattern

SKU: PS062 - 01

Maggie Weldon Designs

  • $6.99

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Design by: Maggie Weldon

Skill Level: Beginner to Easy

Size: Chick: 5 ½″ wide x 5 ½″ tall; Sugar Bowl and Creamer: 5 ½″ wide x 4 ½″ tall;
Pants: 6″ wide x 6 ½″ tall.

Materials: Yarn Needle; Sport Weight Cotton Yarn;
Chick: 44 yd White (MC), 10 yd Red (CC); 3 Black 6 mm beads; 3 bone rings;
Sugar Bowl: 45 yd White (MC) and 25 yd Blue or Yellow (CC);
Creamer: 62 yd White (MC) and 25 yd Blue or Yellow (CC);
Pants: Blue: 1 ½ oz, 120 yd (42 g, 108 m); White: 2 yd (1.8 m).

Crochet Hook: Size E-4 (3.50 mm) and F-5 (3.75 mm) or sizes needed to obtain gauge.

Old Fashioned Potholders Set 2 Crochet Pattern

Create a set of unique crochet potholders for your kitchen with the Old Fashioned Potholders Set 2 Pattern. These vintage style of potholders bring enjoyment to every meal. The four fun designs found in this set include a chick, pants, creamer bowl and sugar bowl. The designs are perfect for any kitchen, whether you like country-inspired designs or just want to add some homemade flair to the space. There will be plenty of smiles around the dinner table with any one of the adorable patterns. Change the colors for the creamer and sugar bowl to match your kitchen decor. Make one set of these cute potholders, or make several so you always have a potholder accessible.

The Old Fashioned Potholders Set 2 Crochet Pattern is a great project for a beginner crocheter. This set is easy to make and will stitch up quickly for any skill level. The finished potholders are 5-1/2 inches to 6-1/2 inches wide to protect your hands from hot pans. The natural fibers in the sport weight cotton yarn prevent the yarn from melting or burning when coming in contact with heat. This type of yarn also protects your hands or countertops from hot pans. Be sure to check out Old Fashioned Potholders 1 to complete the set. Vintage crochet items have a special appeal. Make a set of potholders for yourself, and then whip up a set as a gift for Christmas, housewarming or wedding shower. Don't forget, you can customize these designs by changing the colors to match anyone's kitchen.

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