A collection of crocheted potholders and other items.

Practical Crochet Potholders that Look Nice at Your Kitchen

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If you’re looking for a way to take your kitchen game to the next level, your answer is handmade accessories. For example, items like potholders are easy to make. You use them every day, and they make your chores a lot easier. One of the best ways to ensure the quality of the things around you is to make them with your own hands. We chose these ideas for crocheters of all levels, so you can just pick the one that appeals to you the most and get started right away!

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1. Gingerbread House Potholder

  • Designed by Raffaella Tassoni

This stunning decorative crochet potholder features a Christmas design that will add a festive touch to your kitchen. It’s designed for decorative purposes, but you can also use it for household chores. The thick texture ensures that your hands will be completely safe and you will be able to complete your potholder masterpiece effortlessly. To make it, simply follow the step-by-step crochet pattern on the original website.

Two pictures of a crocheted gingerbread house.

PHOTOS by Raffaella Tassoni / Ravelry.com

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

2. Happy Potholder

  • Designed by Lynda Rennick

Simple yet practical! This crocheted potholder design was made with one purpose in mind – to be functional. It features a simple waffle texture that is easy to make for crocheters of all levels. The rows are all the same and there is very little sewing required, so you can complete a potholder like this in just one evening. With the step-by-step free crochet tutorial it takes almost no effort, so don’t be afraid to get started! Get inspired and start your crochet journey.

Crocheted potholders on a table next to a bowl of soup.

PHOTOS by Lynda Rennick / Ravelry.com

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

3. Rudolph Portholder

  • Designed by Emilie Høyrup

This festive crocheted potholder is a mix of minimalist style and functionality. The thick texture will keep your hands from burning, and the deer motif will get you in the holiday spirit in no time. If you’re not in the holiday spirit yet, here’s your chance to get inspired. Crochet one and go make some cookies! The free crochet pattern makes it a real treat.

Two pictures of a knitted christmas ornament hanging on a wall.

PHOTOS by @bomuldskys / Instagram

Find the original free pattern on bomuldskys.dk.

4. Fall Colors Hot Pads

  • Designed by Hannah Brown McKay

Decorate your table with a charming set of seasonal potholders! This accessory exudes autumnal warmth with the combination of bobbles, berry stitches, and treble crochet. With a nod to the season’s hues and textured stitches, they add classic charm to your home décor. You can recreate the fall hues shown with the suggested yarn, or create your own unique fall palette. Follow the free crochet pattern and get started!

Three crocheted bath mats on a white surface.

PHOTOS by Hannah Brown McKay / Ravelry.com

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

5. Cook’s Pot Holders

  • Designed by Purl Soho

Large size and thick fabric of these crochet potholders guarantee you save cooking experience. In addition to the practical shape and durable texture, the project offers you a modern design. Such accessories are very popular nowadays. You can use the free pattern as an opportunity to stay trendy and enliven your space cheaply.

A set of crochet potholders in red and beige.

PHOTOS by Purl Soho / purlsoho.com

Find the original free pattern on purlsoho.com.

6. Crochet Pot Holder Diner Trio

  • Designed by Yarnspirations 

A great kitchen is not only functional, it’s also thoughtfully and ergonomically designed. However, there is not so much space for decoration in the kitchen, so crocheted potholders are the answer. They combine vibrant designs with functionality. Consider this set if you want to brighten up a large space with small details.

A crochet dish towel with a cup of coffee and a croissant, perfect for adding some charm to your kitchen.

PHOTOS by Yarnspirations / yarnspirations.com

Find the original free pattern on yarnspirations.com.

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