It’s always so fun to play with kitchen accessories like crochet potholders! You can change them from time to time and take out the right ones for every season. The best part is, you can go for the exact designs you want, crocheting your own stuff gives you endless possibilities! It’s worth mentioning, that all of the designs below are beginner friendly and work up very fast!
Alpine Stitch Pot Holders
- Designed by Crafting Happiness
Handmade pot holders are a super eco – friendly option to choose if you’re looking for a set of new kitchen accessories. They will protect all your countertops from hot pots and pans. What’s more, it’s a great beginner project!
PHOTOS by Crafting Happiness / Ravelry.com
Kitchen Ring Pad
- Designed by Naztazia
This cool ring pad looks like a delicious apple pie, doesn’t it? It’s made with a special kind of yarn, that is heat resistant and you can use it as a hot pad, as well as a potholder or a trivet. Moreover, you can just decorate your house with it. For instance, feel free to hang it on your window!
PHOTOS by Naztazia / Ravelry.com
Rustic Sunflower Pot Holder
- Designed by Tonya Bush
Even though summer is almost over, you can have sunshine in your house all year long due to these amazing sunflower potholders! First of all, they’re super useful and practical. Moreover, they are zero waste. And finally, you can make a cute gift out of them!
PHOTOS by Tonya Bush / Ravelry.com
Mix & Match Potholders
- Designed by Hobbydingen
These amazing, mint potholder will keep all your countertops super safe and in perfect shape. You can also use these and trivet pads. The finished size is 17.5×17.5cm/7x7in. It’s a free and super easy pattern, you’ll love it!
PHOTOS by Hobbydingen / Ravelry.com
Modern Thick Potholder
- Designed by Nicky Jones
This lovely, thick potholder will give your kitchen a cute, modern vibe. This minimalistic is great, if you don’t want to overdo your kitchen and add too many colors to it. The best part is, this pattern uses only single crochet! Easy peasy!
PHOTOS by Nicky Jones / Ravelry.com
Pie Oven mitts
- Designed by Melanie Moreau
Who said that oven mitts have to be boring, right? Well, one thing is certain – these are everything but boring! Watch out not to eat them by accident! They work up so fast and really doesn’t require much yarn. Perfect project for a lazy afternoon!
PHOTOS by Melanie Moreau / Ravelry.com
Find this free pattern on Ravelry page here.
Old Timey Crochet Potholders
- Designed by Julie Tarsha
These beautiful crochet potholders look like snowflakes! They will make sure, your kitchen is safe from pot burns and that it looks original and fun! What’s more, you can hang them around the kitchen, to make it even more lovely!
PHOTOS by SimplyNotable, 2018 / Ravelry.com
Front Post Frenzie Crochet Potholders
- Designed by Dedri Uys
You should use a 4 mm hook for this beautiful potholder, that will make you kitchen so fun and unique! Moreover, you can really make a bunch of them in so little time, because they not only work up fast, but also need little yarn.
PHOTOS by Dedri Uys / Ravelry.com
Retro Crochet Potholders – Mix
- Designed by Hobbii Design
A 2,5 mm hook will be just about right for these crochet potholders. The fun ombre effect makes this project really amazing and eye catching Lovely gift idea as well! In other words, this project is really worth trying out!
PHOTOS by Hobbii Design / Ravelry.com
Mandala Hot Pad Trivet Cover
- Designed by Anna Erlandsson
If you like and are looking for a stained glass effect, this pad trivet is going to make you really happy! You can really go with the flow and play with the colors here, because no matter which combination you’ll choose, the effect will be mesmerizing!
PHOTOS by Hooked by Anna / Ravelry.com
Autumn Acorn Hot Pads
- Designed by Jennifer E. Ryan
Take a look at these beautiful fall hot pads by Jennifer E. Ryan! They are made in perfect colors and look absolutely cute. You can be pretty sure that they will make your kitchen ready for fall. What’s more, the acorns can be used booth as a potholder and a hot pat, because they are made with a double strand of yarn.
PHOTOS by Jennifer E. Ryan / Ravelry.com
I Love Texture Potholders
- Designed by Pamela Kuloba
How beautiful are these textured potholders by Pamela Kuloba? Just take a look at the photos below and imagine how amazing they would look in your kitchen. Remember to use different colors of yarn to mix things up and adjust them to your kitchen color scheme. What’s more, you only need to know basic stitches to make these!
PHOTOS by Pamela Kuloba / Ravelry.com
Trivet In Bloom
- Designed by Sati Glenn
Your trivet pads doesn’t have to be boring at all and this project by Sati Glenn is the best example for that. What’s more, I’m pretty sure, that it will be a great gift, for instance for a housewarming party. Crochet it especially if you know, that your friends love pastel colors. However, this project will look great in any combination! The finished size is 8” across from tip to tip.
PHOTOS by Sati Glenn / Ravelry.com
Cluster V Stitch Hot Pads
- Designed by: Crafting Happiness
These beautiful hot pads in the pictures below were made by Crafting Happiness and they are a game changer in any kitchen! First of all, they are zero waste and made out of 100% cotton. Second of all, they are super durable, so they will last you forever. And last, but not least, they make a fantastic housewarming gift!
PHOTOS by Crafting Happiness / Ravelry.com
Tassa Chevron Pot Holders
- Designed by: Grace Forthefrills
Make sure to crochet these incredible herringbone pot holders. They will add a modern and sophisticated touch to any kitchen, and they’re so easy to make, it’s impossible not to try them out! They feature a chevron stitch texture, single crochet border and a super handy loop.
PHOTOS by Grace Forthefrills / Ravelry.com
Thermal Stitch Potholder
- Designed by: Olga Vogel
These super chunky and textured potholders in the pictures below are absolutely amazing, because they will allow you to grab your hot pots without the risk of getting burned! And let’s not forget how gorgeous and modern they look! What’s more, they were made of 100% Cotton.
PHOTOS by Olga Vogel / Ravelry.com