Colorful Knitted Hotpads

21 Colorful Knitted Hotpads

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Knitted hotpads are essential to every kitchen. No matter how often you’re cooking, it will always come in handy because most of our meals are hot and need a pad underneath. The same thing applies to baking! I can’t count all the times I didn’t have any pad to put under my freshly baked pie and ended up using a cutting board. It’s so annoying! But now you can knit your own knitted hot pads because they are so simple and easy to make and above all, they really make your kitchen look beautiful!

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1. 0-1575 Snowman Time Potholders

  • Designed by DROPS design

Save the idea of a perfect Christmas gift — these knitted potholders with lovely snowmen. You can make a stack with a free knitted hotpad pattern and present it to anyone you love. The finished size is 17 x 17 cm.

christmas potholder free knitting pattern

PHOTOS by DROPS design / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on garnstudio.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

2. Snowflake Potholder

  • Designed by Lisa Hannan Fox

Learn the double knitting technique working on this free knitted potholder pattern. The snowflake design makes it a wonderful Christmas decoration for your kitchen that brings a festive mood and valuable properties. The finished size is approximately 7 x 7 inches, or 18 x 18 cm.

Snowflake potholder free knitting pattern

PHOTOS by Lisa Hannan Fox / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on niftyknitterdesigns.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

3. Double-Thick Pot Holder

  • Designed by Daniella Taylor for Purl Soho

I appreciate it when simple kitchen accessories can look like a piece of home decor, a fashionable detail for the interior. And these pot holders are a good example. They are double-thick and will protect your hands and tabletop well. Make them in various colors with this free knitted pot holder pattern and add a small lovely detail to your kitchen.

knitted pot holder free pattern

PHOTOS by Purl Soho / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on purlsoho.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

4. Buffalo Check Coasters

  • Designed by Alicia DeHart

This free knit coasters pattern is perfect if you want to practice double knitting. They are small, and it won’t take much time and yarn to create them. They are also functional and nice. It also includes a free video tutorial, so you’ll definitely reach your aim. Enjoy!

knitted coasters free pattern

PHOTOS by Alicia DeHart / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

5. Macramé Cord Trivet

  • Designed by Eri Palmer

These knit hotpads are made with a macrame cord! Look at the texture! It looks fantastic. Plus, this project is super easy to make, and the pattern is free and beginner-friendly. This could be a perfect gift idea because hotpads look just excellent and super professional.

free knit hot pads pattern

PHOTOS by Eri Palmer / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on palmericrafts.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

6. Tulip Hotpads

  • Designed by Sybil R

Is there any person who doesn’t like tulips? I personally love them! They remind me of spring, and I adore their leaves crunch. These lovely knit tulips can be nice hot pads, coasters, or a decoration for your best-smelling pie. Take this free knitting pattern and create your bouquet of tulips.

free knit hotpads pattern

PHOTOS by Sybil R / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on knitting-and-so-on.blogspot.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

7. Citrus Fruit Potholder Free Knitting Pattern

  • Designed by Sybil R

This citrus potholder reminds me of summer and fresh grapefruits, which I can’t want to eat this season! All you need to knit this amazing holder is a little patience and leftover yarn, which is just perfect for small projects like that.

Citrus Fruit Potholder Free Knitting Pattern

PHOTOS by sybilra / ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on knitting-and-so-on.blogspot.de, or read more about it on Ravelry.

8. Folksy Hot Pads Free Knitting Pattern

  • Designed by shelli martinez

This modern pad is so gorgeous, because it’s really simple and universal. We all know, that sometimes less is more. That’s exactly the case in this one, because it will go well with every home decor – you just have to pick your own colors to customize it.

Folksy Hot Pads Free Knitting Pattern

PHOTOS by Ian J. Bell / ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on Ravelry.

9. Fruity Trivets & Potholders Free Knitting Pattern

  • Designed by Purl Soho

I’m really in love with this project, it’s so fresh and fun! I’d really love to have these beautiful potholders in my kitchen! You can make them really in almost no time at all, that’s why they’re a great project if you’ve got some free time!

Fruity Trivets & Potholders Free Knitting Pattern

PHOTOS by Purl Soho / ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on purlsoho.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

10. Hanabi Potholder Free Knitting Pattern

  • Designed by Sybil R

I absolutely love the combination of pale yellow and navy blue. It’s a true classic, that never comes out of fashion, therefore it will embellish every kitchen decor. And above all, it’s really simple and fun to knit.

Hanabi Potholder Free Knitting Pattern

PHOTOS by Sybil R / ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on knitting-and-so-on.blogspot.de, or read more about it on Ravelry.

11. Hot Heart Free Knitting Pattern

  • Designed by DROPS design

This beautiful pad is 7” x 7” and it’s just perfect to use for a hot pot, because it’s really durable, fluffy and above all – safe. It’s also going to make an amazing gift for Valentines day and any other important occasions!

Hot Heart Free Knitting Pattern

PHOTOS by DROPS design / ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on garnstudio.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

12. Double Knit Potholder

  • Designed by Lauras Knits

This beautiful and super textured potholder in the pictures below was made by Rich-in-NFPA and as you can see, it’s perfect for decorating your kitchen for upcoming Valentine’s Day. However it will be super useful and great looking all year long, so make sure to give this one a try.

Double Knit Potholder

PHOTOS by Rich-in-NFPA / ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on Ravelry, or read more about this version here and here.

13. Gryteunderlag

  • Designed by DROPS design

The more textured a potholder is, the better it will keep your kitchen counters safe and sound. This amazing pad in the pictures below is so full of texture and incredible, vibrant colors, you will really enjoy using it while cooking. The pattern comes in two sizes: small and large.

Gryteunderlag

PHOTOS by karijanne / ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on garnstudio.com, or read more about it on Ravelry. Read more about this version here and here.

14. The Great Mother’s Day Project 2020

  • Designed by Sybil R

These incredible potholders in the pictures below were made by mkw4262 and they look absolutely out of this world. What’s more, you can use them as both potholders and washcloths. I’m pretty sure they will make an amazing housewarming gift for your friends and family!

The Great Mother's Day Project 2020

PHOTOS by mkw4262 / ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on knitting-and-so-on.blogspot.com, or read more about it on Ravelry. This particular version is on Ravelry.

15. Twill Pot Holder

  • Designed by Hiromi Glover for Purl Soho

The knitted Twill Pot Holders exude a cozy and inviting vibe, don’t they? They are not only charming but also highly practical, making them a perfect addition to your kitchen. With this free knitting pattern, you won’t need to purchase expensive pot holders from IKEA anymore. All you need is enthusiasm, needles, and some basic supplies to create your very own pot holder. So why not give it a try and add a personal touch to your kitchen?

knitted pot holder free pattern

PHOTOS by Purl Soho / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on purlsoho.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

16. Christmas Tree Potholder

  • Designed by Lisa Hannan Fox

Add festive flair to your kitchen this holiday season with a stunning knit Christmas tree potholder! This reversible, double-knit design ensures durability and style, perfect for gift-giving or personal use. You can experiment with color-changing yarn for a playful touch or opt for solid colors for a timeless aesthetic. Enhance your kitchen décor with this charming and practical accessory! The pattern is completely free to knit.

Two pictures of knitted Christmas tree hotpads.

PHOTOS by Lisa Hannan Fox / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on niftyknitterdesigns.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

17. Christmas Tree in Snow

  • Designed by Jeannette Murphy

This Christmas knitted potholder is a great idea to add a festive touch to your kitchen. The piece is both practical and cheerful, ensuring that you will feel all the atmosphere of the holiday. Imagine yourself baking cookies with such a festive accessory – you can bring that image to life. The design is interesting to work and even if you haven’t worked similar projects before, it will be easy for you. The free hotpad knitting pattern is here to help you.

Two pictures of a green and white knitted dishcloth, also known as knitted hotpads.

PHOTOS by Jeannette Murphy / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

18. 0-1312 Roasted Pumpkin

  • Designed by DROPS Design

A stunning knitted hot pad that will make your housework not only easier, but more enjoyable. Sometimes all we need to make our housework more bearable is a fancy piece. This knitting pattern allows you to create such a piece in no time. The pattern for this knitted hot pad is free and easy to follow, so don’t miss out!

A handcrafted crochet pumpkin hotpad in orange and teal colors, displayed in two different views.

PHOTOS by DROPS Design / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on garnstudio.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

19. Magic Stripe Hot Pad or Scarf

  • Designed by Sara H. Baldwin

Another great knitted hot pad pattern for beginners. This one is easy to make and yet durable, so it will last you a long time. Plus, projects like this are always quite meditative, and it’s sure to make one of your evenings more peaceful. If you’re looking for a project that will give you a little distraction, save it. It’s a safe choice.

Hand-knitted multi-colored yarn hotpads in progress with needles.

PHOTOS by shbknits / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

20. Bamboo Hot Pad

  • Designed by Rachel Black

For those who appreciate a touch of nature in their kitchen, consider knitting this project. This hot pad offers a unique and eco-friendly design that is suitable for contemporary kitchens. The bamboo-inspired texture adds a touch of organic charm while providing functional heat protection for your hands and surfaces.

knitted hot pads in pastel green and red color laid on a wooden table

PHOTOS by Rachel Black / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on blackbirdmountaindesigns.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

21. The Swirling Hot Pad/Trivet

  • Designed by Meeta Jairam

Try this versatile knitted hot pad pattern free! This hot pad features a mesmerizing swirl design that adds a stylish flair to your kitchen décor. The intricate pattern not only serves as a heat-resistant pad, but also doubles as a decorative trivet to enhance your cooking area.

a knitted hot pad with a swirl pattern texture in a brown color laid on a wooden table

PHOTOS by Meeta Jairam / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on coffeeteaknits.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

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