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Pot Holder / Hot Pad
Pattern Number: ckc-pot
Rating: *****
4.9 (based on 19 reviews)
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Pot Holder / Hot Pad Reviewed by Lori K Johnson on 2013-05-08 *****
This is a great pattern, I love it. Works up fast and looks great. I'm going to try to do it with 2 strands and see how it turns out. Using 3 strands is a nice thick pot holder/hot pad.
I will be making lots more for gifts.

Pot Holder / Hot Pad Reviewed by Diane Seney on 2013-02-03 *****
Easy! Makes a nice thick easy potholder in a jiffy! I LOVED making this! Great to make for a quick housewarming gift! or a gift if you are going to a party!

Pot Holder / Hot Pad Reviewed by jeni simler on 2012-11-14 *****
Have made 4 sets. Working with 3 strands of yarn bothered my hands, so with the second set I went with 2 strands and had no pain in hands and pattern came out great. Easy to make. I make one pot holder in less than an hour. Lotsa fun to make.

Pot Holder / Hot Pad Reviewed by Beth Vandervort on 2012-11-13 *****
Mine worked up kind of loose, so this is definitely more a pot holder to put hot things ON rather than to take them out of the oven. I plan to make a few more! Mine gets wider at the top as my stitches got looser-- I tried to make it very tight, but hate working tight stitches. I had a babysitter who would make stacks of crochet pot holders, so I make this in honor of Mrs. Iverson. :)

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Reviewed by April on 2012-07-10 *****
Very easy pattern to follow. I'm currently making these for Christmas presents for my family. I made mine a little bigger by starting out with chaining 31 instead of 21. Also, I pull from three different colors. Love this pattern

Reviewed by Danielle Shaw on 2012-06-27 *****
I had three colors of lion cotton purchased to make dishtowels, so I made this with the leftovers and it's a super neat little set! I like this better than my existing store-bought holders, and since they're so quick and easy to make I will definitely make more.

Pot Holder / Hot Pad Reviewed by Ashley Renee Youngblood on 2012-02-23 *****
Great for beginners! Fun to practice single crochets and make a project. I am going to make a smaller one as well to match.

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Pot Holder / Hot Pad Reviewed by Olivia on 2012-02-14 *****
This is a fast and easy pattern,so this is for beginners. I crocheted with 2 balls instead of 3.
Have Fun!

Pot Holder / Hot Pad Reviewed by Pat Mennella on 2011-08-19 *****
I worked this up while waiting for a furniture delivery! So easy and quick. It was a little bigger then I expected, but that was my gauging issues! Nice and thick, my daughter will not be burning her hands. If it wasn't lime green (her colors), I would have kept it for myself

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Pot Holder / Hot Pad Reviewed by Kerry Cohen on 2011-03-28 ****
Nice big size, and works well. I have made two of these. I used salt and pepper yarn for one and then mixed red, black and white on the second one. I think the solid colors used together makes a nicer looking potholder than the varigated, plus then you dont have to seperate the one ball of yarn into three equal sections. I would recommend buy three balls even if you are going to make a solid makes the project much simpler, but you can use just one if you feel like measuring out yarn at the beginning.

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