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Free Crochet Heart Cup Cozy Pattern from Karla’s Making It

Make a Heart Cup Cozy with this latest free pattern from Karla’s Making It

free crochet pattern heart cup cozy

Free Crochet Heart Cup Cozy Pattern from Karla’s Making It

Hello Crochet Friends!

How’s February going for you? Filled with lots of LOVE I hope, with more to come.

How to you celebrate Valentines? Do you smother yourself with lots of love? I hope so. If we don’t treat ourselves well, who will – right?

One thing I like to do for myself is to have tea in the afternoons. Especially if it’s chilly and rainy like it has been lately. Do you like tea?

Thing is, since I don’t drink tea all the time, I forget about it and end up leaving it all over the house!

Once I didn’t find my cup until the next day… on the shelf… over the washer. mmm hmmmm

Anyway, most of the time I just misplace it for a little while. Just enough time for it to get cold… Please tell me I’m not the only one!

The handy dandy microwave warm it back up for me but it’s just not the same, ya know?

So to keep my tea warmer for a little longer and in the spirit of Valentine’s Day, I decided to whip up this Heart Cup Cozy all for me! (I posted the pattern below if you want to make one too!)

free crochet pattern for a Heart Cup Cozy!

It goes with a cute bee one that I made a while back.

bee cozy 1 logo

Do you like my Heart Cup Cozy?

The Bee Cozy is from this booklet Leisure Arts, Inc. called, appropriately enough, Crochet Cup Cozies.

It is a darling book if you like quick cute projects. I think cup cozies are darling gifts, especially for my girlfriends and the kids teachers!

Cup Cozies from Leisure Arts, Inc.

Free Crochet Pattern cup cozy and book review from Karla's Making It www.karlasmakingit.com

Free Crochet Pattern cup cozy and book review from Karla's Making It www.karlasmakingit.com

It’s a good time to pick up this book, or even another one because Leisure Arts, Inc. has a coupon out.

Right now you can save 15% off everything in your shopping cart.Use promo code ART15. I always like looking through their 60% off Clearance Sale area too for some great deals.

I have these two cup cozies on my to do list. Cute huh?

fox cup cozy

Free Crochet Pattern cup cozy and book review from Karla's Making It www.karlasmakingit.com

Well, like I said, I wrote up a pattern for the heart cup cozy I made for myself and here it is so you can make one too!

Do you know how to use a graph? If you do, scroll down and you can just use the graph and have that baby whipped up in no time. I also put some notes for more advanced crocheters.

(Note that the tips are NOT approved by the National Crochet Foundation {is there such a thing?} and I’m sure somebody would have a cow if I published the pattern my way but a girl needs shortcuts, right??

free crochet pattern for a Heart Cup Cozy!

I used blue and red worsted weight cotton yarn from my stash and an H hook. You will also need a needle to weave in the ends.

The cup cozy is made by starting with a Foundation Single Crochet (FSC). If you don’t know how to do a FSC, you will NOT regret learning that little trick – what a time saver.  You can find lots of tutorials on YouTube.

Karla’s Heart Cup Cozy Free Crochet Pattern

Make a Foundation Single Crochet of 29 stitches. Join to the first stitch to form a ring.

Round 1: Ch 1, sc in the next 28 sts. Sl st to ch 1

Round 2: Repeat round 1

Round 3: Ch 1, sc in next 13 sts, changing color to red on the last part of the stitch. sc in next st with red, changing color back to blue on the last part of the st. Sc to end and sl st to Ch 1.

Round 4: Ch 1, sc in next 12 sts, changing color to red on the last part of the stitch. Sc in next 3 sts with red, changing color back to blue on the last part of the 3rd st. Sc to end and sl st to Ch 1.

Round 5: Ch 1, sc in next 11 sts, changing color to red on the last part of the stitch. Sc in next 5 sts with red, changing color back to blue on the last part of the 5th st. Sc to end and sl st to Ch 1.

Round 6: Ch 1, sc in next 10 sts, changing color to red on the last part of the stitch. Sc in next 7 sts with red, changing color back to blue on the last part of the 7th st. Sc to end and sl st to Ch 1.

Round 7: Ch 1, sc in next 9 sts, changing color to red on the last part of the stitch. Sc in next 9 sts with red, changing color back to blue on the last part of the 9th st. Sc to end and sl st to Ch 1.

Round 8-9: Repeat round 7

Round 10: Ch 1, sc in next 10 sts, changing color to red on the last part of the stitch. Sc in next 2 sts with red, changing color back to blue on the last part of the 2nd st. Sc in next 3 sts with blue, changing color back to red on the last part of the 3rd st. Sc in next 2 sts with red, changing color back to blue on the last part of the 2nd st. Sc to end and sl st to Ch 1.

Round 11-13: Ch 1, sc in the next 28 sts. Sl st to ch 1

Border: Ch 1 and sl st into same st. *Sk 1 stitch and make 5 sc in next st. Sk next st and sl st into next stitch. Repeat from * around. Join with a slip stitch and fasten off. Attach yarn to bottom and make the same border. Fasten off, weave in ends, and post a picture on the Karla’s Making It Facebook Page!!

heart cup cozy graph

Notes (optional):

  • After making the FSC, I made the border on the bottom of the cozy and then joined the ends. That way I didn’t have to go back and attach the yarn to do the border.
  • Even though I ch 1 on every round, I also make the first sc in the same st. I don’t like the gap that is created with just a ch 1. At the end of the round, I join with a sl st first sc and not the Ch 1.

So how does it look? I bet you did amazing. Hopefully this helped give you a have a relaxing afternoon and a little gift for you!

On Valentine’s and every day, I appreciate you! Thanks for visiting with me today.

Make it a Beautiful (and Loving) Day,

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The Madeline Flower Crochet Rug Pattern (Part 4 ) – by Karla’s Making It #lilysugar #yarnspirations

Crochet Rug - Rounds 1 - 4

The Madeline Flower Crochet Rug Free Pattern from Karla's Making It. Www.karlasmakingit.com

The Madeline Flower Crochet Rug Pattern (Part 4 ) – by Karla’s Making It

Here are all the round so far
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4 – Below
You can stop at anytime. When someone is working on part 4 let me know and I will work more rounds

Hello Friends!

How is your rug coming along? I would love to see it! Post a pic on my Facebook Page or email me a copy at Karlasmakingit@gmail.com and I will post it for you!

My rug measures about 32 inches across.  Getting big and heavy! I love it.  It is so soft to walk on!

So I’m moving!! I know, it’s so exciting but sooooooo much work!!

Seriously, when you are a yarn hoarder like I am, it is maddening to the whole family to move (hehehe). And I even snuck some over to the new place in my car!!




I know – it’s a sickness. None of my crochet friends are yarn hoarders?! It’s really just me? I need therapy!

But anyway, you probably did’t know this but this website has been constructed and written and crocheted on my bed! Yep, hours and hours and hours spent in my room working my little fingers to the bone (insert violin music here). Feel sorry for me? Well you won’t when I show you my new craft space! I’m so excited! Stay tuned

I know, I know… you are really just here for the rug ( 😉 ) Let’s get to it then!

Instructions for Rows 23 – 25:

Round 23 (BLO): Hdc to back loop of first st. In the same st hdc again. Hdc in next 15 sts. *2 Hdc in next st, hdc next 15 sts* around. In the last 3 sts, 2 hdc in next st, hdc last st. (258 Hdc)

23rd Round of Petals (FLO): Join with a sl st to 1st hdc, Ch 2, dc in same st. Make 2 Tr in the next st. In next st dc, Ch 2, sl st. *Sl st in next st, Ch 2, dc in same st. Make 2 Tr in the next st. In next st, dc, Ch 2, sl st* around. (86 petals)

Round 24 (BLO): Hdc to back loop of first st. In the same st hdc again. Hdc in next 15 sts. *2 Hdc in next st, hdc next 15 sts* around. Hdc last st. (273 Hdc)

Note the change in the petal.  The Dc is replaced by a Htr (Half Treble Crochet), and we will Ch 3 at the beginning and end of each petal.

24th Round of Petals (FLO): Join with a sl st to 1st hdc, Ch 3, htr in same st. Make 2 Tr in the next st. In next st htr, Ch 3, sl st. *Sl st in next st, Ch 3, htr in same st. Make 2 Tr in the next st. In next st, htr, Ch 3, sl st* around. (91 petals)




Round 25 (BLO): Hdc to back loop of first st. In the same st hdc again. Hdc in next 15 sts. *2 Hdc in next st, hdc next 15 sts* around. 2 Hdc last st. (289 Hdc)

25th Round of Petals (FLO): Join with a sl st to 1st hdc, Ch 3, htr in same st. Make 2 Tr in the next st. In next st htr, Ch 3, sl st. *Sl st in next st, Ch 3, htr in same st. Make 2 Tr in the next st. In next st, htr, Ch 3, sl st* around. (96 petals)

Ok, that’s what I have for you today! I will be back asap with more rounds! Also, I promise way better pictures next week! Moving and working is tough.  I’m sure you know.

How big do you want to make your rug?

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The Madeline Flower Crochet Rug Pattern (Part 2) – by Karla’s Making It #lilysugar @yarnspirations

Crochet Rug - Rounds 1 - 4
The Madeline Flower Crochet Rug

Here are all the round so far
Part 1
Part 2 – Below
Part 3
Part 4
You can stop at anytime. When someone is working on part 4 let me know and I will work more rounds.

Hello Crochet Friends!!

Have you started on your Crochet Rug yet? I’m trying to stay ahead of you all but some of you are so fast!! Whew!

If you haven’t started, head over to the first 6 rounds of the pattern. You will also find the materials needed as well as some notes to keep in mind.

The Madeline Flower Crochet Rug Pattern (Part 2) – by Karla’s Making It

Notes:

There are new stitches in this round.

Half Treble Crochet: Yo twice, insert hook in st, yo and draw yarn through 1 loop, (4 loops on hook), yo and draw yarn through 2 loops, (3 loops on hook), yo and draw yarn through all 3 loops on hook.

Treble Crochet: Yo twice, insert hook in st, yo and draw yarn through 1 loop, (4 loops on hook), yo and draw yarn through 2 loops, (3 loops on hook), yo and draw yarn through 2 loops (2 loops remain on hook), yo, and draw through 2 loops

So let’s get right to Part 2 and I will gossip with you at the end of the post 😉

Ok, we ended our last part with Round 6 and a 6th round of petals. Here we go with Round 7 – 12

Instructions

Round 7 (BLO): Hdc to back loop of first st. In the same st hdc again. Hdc in next 6 sts. *2 hdc in next st, hdc next 6 sts* around. (56 Hdc)

Now we make 1 petal over 3 stitches

7th Round of Petals (FLO): Join with a sl st to 1st hdc, Ch 2, dc in same st. Make 2 Htr in the next st. In next st dc, Ch 2, sl st. *Sl st in next st, Ch 2, dc in same st. Make 2 Htr in the next st. In next st, dc, Ch 2, sl st* around. (19 petals)

Round 8 (BLO): Hdc to back loop of first st. In the same st hdc again. Hdc in next 6 sts. *2 hdc in next st, hdc next 6 sts* around. 2 Hdc in last st. (66 Hdc)

8th Round of Petals (FLO): Repeat 7th Round of Petals  (22 petals)




Round 9 (BLO): Hdc to back loop of first st. In the same st hdc again. Hdc in next 6 sts. *2 hdc in next st, hdc next 6 sts* around. in last 3 sts, 2 Hdc in 1st st, hdc in last 2 sts. (75 Hdc)

9th Round of Petals (FLO): Repeat 7th Round of Petals  (25 petals)

Round 10  (BLO): Hdc to back loop of first st. In the same st hdc again. Hdc in next 7 sts. *2 hdc in next st, hdc next 7 sts* around. in last 4 sts, 2 Hdc in 1st st, hdc in last 3 sts. (86 Hdc)

Now the Petals have Tr in center

10th Round of Petals (FLO): Join with a sl st to 1st hdc, Ch 2, dc in same st. Make 2 Tr in the next st. In next st dc, Ch 2, sl st. *Sl st in next st, Ch 2, dc in same st. Make 2 Tr in the next st. In next st, dc, Ch 2, sl st* around. Note: I just made a sl st in last st but you can adjust HDCs to be divisible by 3 and work out even petals.  I didn’t figure that out until a few rows down. (28 petals)

Round 11  (BLO): Repeat Round 10. (93 Hdc)

11th Round of Petals (FLO): Join with a sl st to 1st hdc, Ch 2, dc in same st. Make 2 Tr in the next st. In next st dc, Ch 2, sl st. *Sl st in next st, Ch 2, dc in same st. Make 2 Tr in the next st. In next st, dc, Ch 2, sl st* around. Note: I just made a sl st in last 2 sts (31 petals)

Round 12  (BLO): Hdc to back loop of first st. In the same st hdc again. Hdc in next 8 sts. *2 hdc in next st, hdc next 8 sts* around. Hdc in last 6 sts. (106 Hdc)

12th Round of Petals (FLO): Join with a sl st to 1st hdc, Ch 2, dc in same st. Make 2 Tr in the next st. In next st dc, Ch 2, sl st. *Sl st in next st, Ch 2, dc in same st. Make 2 Tr in the next st. In next st, dc, Ch 2, sl st* around. Note: I just made a sl st in last  st (35 petals)




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Check back for further rounds. At this time I’m on round 21 and it’s 2 feet across. I don’t know how big I’m going but keep me posted on your progress too either down in the comments or on the Facebook Page!!

Make it a Beautiful Day,

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The Madeline Flower Crochet Rug Pattern – by Karla’s Making It

Crochet Rug - Rounds 1 - 4

 

The Madeline Flower Crochet Rug

The Madeline Crochet Rug Pattern

Here are all the round so far
Part 1 – Below
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4
You can stop at anytime. When someone is working on part 4 let me know and I will work more rounds.

Hello Crochet Friends,

So I have been working on this Crochet Rug for quite a while.  Increasing like a normal circle wasn’t working the bigger the rug got and the rug wouldn’t lay flat.

I did some research, tried a few small samples, and frogged my first Flower Crochet Rug. Yes, I did have a tear.  Just one.


I grabbed my hook and my new knowledge about crocheting circles, and got started again and this time – success!

The other day, I posted my rug to one of my Crochet Facebook Groups – Crochet Addicts Uncensored asking for advice.  One or two of the gals over there wanted to make the rug too!

So we’re all going to crochet the rug together! If you want to talk about the rug pattern, you can comment below or post/message my on my Facebook Page. Be brave and post your WIP (work in progress) pics!! Help me stay motivated to keep writing this up 😉

Do I need to give a disclaimer? I should just in case.

Ok, here it is…

This pattern is NOT written in professional form. This pattern has not been tested and may have mistakes – in fact I guarantee it does.  

I chose to live with the imperfections and just add or take away leftover stitches that didn’t work out. If you want to wait for the final version of the pattern, feel free. I will still leave this here 😉 I will also be creating a photo tutorial, once the pattern is complete.

I don’t know how much yarn I will need but I started with two 14 oz skeins of worsted weight white cotton.

Ok, let’s start this thing.  I will write up a few rounds at a time until I catch you up to where I am, ok? I’m still working on this pattern even though it is live. 

Materials

  • Start with 2 skeins of Lily Sugar’n Cream White Cotton Yarn
  • J hook
  • Stitch markers

The maker of Lily Sugar n’ Cream is Yarnspiration.com.  They currently have the Lily Sugar ‘n Cream Big Ball for $9.99 – sometimes they will have a sale.

I usually purchase it from either Michael’s or Joann’s depending on who has the better coupon, since I have both nearby. I have been ordering online at Joann’s lately because of certain color of cotton they don’t stock here for some reason – like Robin’s Egg Blue!?!?! My fav color!

Anyway, they ALWAYS have coupons, usually 40-60% off one regular priced item and anywhere from 25-30% off entire order – sometimes even sale and clearance products, so don’t order from either store without at least one! Here’s their coupon pages:


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This Week's Coupon at Michaels.com
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Notes

You will be making two passes for each round. One of hdcs and one of petals.

I use stitch markers to mark the first and last hdc stitches as we will be working in a spiral, with NO sl st at the end of each round. On your last petal of the round, your next stitch will be a Hdc, and after your last hdc, you will go right into making a petal.

Crochet Rug - Rounds 1 - 4
The Madeline Flower Crochet Rug

Instructions

Magic ring

Round 1: 10 Hdc in ring. Sl st to Flo (Front Loop Only) of turning chain (10 Hdc)

1st Round of Petals (FLO): Sl st to Flo of turning chain. Ch 2, In same st,  dc, Ch 2, Sl st. First petal made. *Sl st in next st. In same st, Ch 2, 1 dc, Ch 2, Sl st* Repeat in each st around. (10 petals)

Round 2 (BLO – You’re now going to work in the Back Loops behind the petals just worked): Hdc in back loop of first st. In the same st hdc again. *2 Hdc in each back loop around.* (20 Hdc)




Now we make 1 petal over 2 stitches

2nd Round of Petals (FLO): Join with a sl st to Flo of first hdc. Ch 2, dc in same st. In next st, dc, Ch 2, sl st. *Sl st to next st, Ch 2, dc in same st. In next st, dc, Ch 2, sl st* around. (10 larger petals)

Round 3 (BLO): Hdc to back loop of first st. In the same st hdc again. Hdc in next st. *2 Hdc in next st, hdc next st* around. (30 Hdc)

3rd Round of Petals (FLO): Join with a sl st to 1st hdc, Ch 2, dc in same st. In next st, dc, Ch 2, sl st. *Sl st in next st, Ch 2, dc in same st. In next st, dc, Ch 2, sl st* around. (15 petals)

Round 4 (BLO): Hdc to back loop of first st. In the same st hdc again. Hdc in next 3 sts. *2 hdc in next st, hdc next 3 sts* around. Hdc in last two sts. (36 Hdc)

4th Round of Petals (FLO): Join with a sl st to 1st hdc, Ch 2, dc in same st. In next st, dc, Ch 2, sl st. *Sl st in next st, Ch 2, dc in same st. In next st, dc, Ch 2, sl st* around. (18 petals)

Round 5 (BLO): Hdc to back loop of first st. In the same st hdc again. Hdc in next 5 sts. *2 hdc in next st, hdc next 5 sts* around. (42 Hdc)

5th Round of Petals (FLO): Join with a sl st to 1st hdc, Ch 2, dc in same st. In next st, dc, Ch 2, sl st. *Sl st in next st, Ch 2, dc in same st. In next st, dc, Ch 2, sl st* around. (21 petals)

Round 6 (BLO): Repeat round 5 (49 Hdc)

6th Round of Petals (FLO): Join with a sl st to 1st hdc, Ch 2, dc in same st. In next st, dc, Ch 2, sl st. *Sl st in next st, Ch 2, dc in same st. In next st, dc, Ch 2, sl st* around. (24 petals)




The next few rows are ready for you here:

The Madeline Flower Crochet Rug Pattern (Part 2) – by Karla’s Making It

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Crochet Mini Laptop Cases for the Princesses

Crochet Mini Laptop Cases for the Princesses




Hello My Crocheting Friends,

Laptops, smart phones, tablets, and E-readers are common place for all the members of our family and protecting these devices are important.  However, commercial cases are expensive! But, for less than a few dollars (or free if you have a nice yarn stash) you can crochet your own cases.

Maddys case side

Making your own allows you to have a one of a kind, unique design that is bright and bold or soft and muted; whatever fits your personality. It also makes a great handmade gift.

maddys case 3

The youngest princess’s Mini Laptop Case is made using an 5.00MM(H) crochet needle with a single crochet stitch and alternating rows of white and tangerine cotton yarn.

kates sleeve 1

The older princess’s Mini Laptop Case is made using an 5.00MM(H) crochet needle with a half-double crochet stitch and alternating rows of Cottage and Country Yellow.

kates sleeve 2

Be sure to make the case slightly smaller than the device if you want a snug fit. You can crochet a custom cover of any size depending on what kind of device you have.  Pick your favorite color and buttons and make a case or a sleeve in less than a day.

Have you made any covers for your devices? I would love to hear about it in the comments.

Crochet computer sleeve by www.karlasmakingit.com

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Free Kitchen Crochet Patterns – Scalloped Potholder and Dorthea Dishtowel

Free Kitchen Crochet Patterns, a scalloped potholder and Dorthea Dishtowel. See the Free Crochet Pattern Index for more Free Kitchen Crochet Patterns

Free Kitchen Crochet Patterns – Scalloped Potholder and Dorthea Dishtowel

Hello My Crocheting Friends,

Make your own dishtowels and potholders with these free patterns. Both patterns are great for a beginner with basic crochet skills. They are easy to work up and look impressive upon completion. Both pieces are made with my favorite cotton yarn, Lily Sugar and Cream.

Free Kitchen Crochet Patterns, a scalloped potholder and Dorthea Dishtowel.  See the Free Crochet Pattern Index for more Free Kitchen Crochet Patterns

Free Kitchen Crochet Patterns, a scalloped potholder and Dorthea Dishtowel.  See the Free Crochet Pattern Index for more Free Kitchen Crochet Patterns

Shopping List:

  1. Lily Sugar ‘n Cream Yarn Stripes Mod
  2. Lily Sugar’n Cream Yarn White
  3. Boye Aluminum 6″ Crochet Hook: Size I

Free Kitchen Crochet Patterns, a scalloped potholder and Dorthea Dishtowel.  See the Free Crochet Pattern Index for more Free Kitchen Crochet Patterns

Free Kitchen Crochet Patterns, a scalloped potholder and Dorthea Dishtowel.  See the Free Crochet Pattern Index for more Free Kitchen Crochet Patterns

Shopping List:

  1. Lily Sugar’n Cream Yarn Twists Barnboard 
  2. Lily Sugar’n Cream Yarn Solids Soft Ecru
  3. Boye Aluminum 6″ Crochet Hook: Size I

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Free Patterns:
Dorothea Dishtowels from Lion Brand Yarn

Scalloped Potholder

Hope you enjoy working up these patterns.  I would love to see your finished product in the comments! If you are looking for a different pattern or technique, please see the Free Crochet Potholder Patterns and Free Crochet Washcloth/Dishcloth Patterns. For more Free Patterns, see the Free Crochet Pattern Index Page.

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Three FREE Spring Crochet Potholder Patterns!

Three FREE Spring Crochet Potholder Patterns!





Hello My Crocheting Friends,

As you know, I love crocheting! I really do. Ask any of my friends. They ask me what I have been up to and I probably share some crochet project that I am excited about. I crochet most days. At least a few stitches. I love the feel of the yarn between my fingers. I love making all those little knots that turn into something useful as well as beautiful.

I love perusing the Internet for patterns and have quite a few bookmarked for another day. Tons of lovely afghans, clothing, hats, and other lovelies I can’t wait to start.

The storage problem

I get so excited about new projects that I find, I rarely finish large projects resulting in a huge stash of yarn. I will post a pic of all my yarn one of these days but luckily I have just moved so I don’t even have it all in the house yet since there are a few more boxes in the garage.

But anyway, small projects like these pot holders help me use up my yarn stash and provide a diversion from the large projects I find daunting and monotonous.

without further ado, here are your:

Three Free Spring Crochet Potholder Patterns

These first two potholders patterns are nice and easy and can be easily worked up in an afternoon. My favorite cotton yarn is Lily Sugar’n Cream Yarn.I love that it comes in so many yummy colors and it is perfect for kitchen projects.

Crochet Potholder

Flower Petal Potholder posted by Jennifer Martin on Ravelry

Shopping List:

  1. Lily Sugar ‘n Cream Yarn Light Blue
  2. Lily Sugar n Cream Yarn Rose Pink
  3. Lily Sugar’n Cream Yarn White
  4. Boye Aluminum 6″ Crochet Hook: Size F

Crochet Potholder

Little Spring Mandela by Barbara Smith from Made in K Town

Shopping List:

  1. Lily Sugar ‘n Cream Yarn Light Blue
  2. Lily Sugar n Cream Yarn Rose Pink
  3. Lily Sugar’n Cream Yarn White
  4. Boye Aluminum 6″ Crochet Hook: Size G

This folded petal potholder is a little more challenging so I have included a few pics below so you know if you are on the right track.

Crochet Potholder

Folded Flower potholder by Free Craft Unlimited

Shopping List:

  1. Lily Sugar’n Cream Yarn Stripes Country
  2. Lily Sugar’n Cream Yarn Solids Country Green
  3. Boye Aluminum 6″ Crochet Hook: Size G

Crochet Potholder

Crochet Potholder

Crochet Potholder

See the Free Crochet Potholder Patterns Page for more free patterns.  If you want to create another project, see the Free Crochet Pattern Index page.  There are soooo may projects to choose from.

I would love to see pics of your potholders if you decide to make one or two of these lovelies. The best way to reach me is through the Karla’s Making It Facebook Page. While you are there, click the like button so you can keep updated with any new patterns or other content. If you prefer Twitter or Instagram, that’s fine too but I check there less often. I can’t wait to hear from you. Thanks!!

What is your favorite thing to crochet?

Until we meet again…

Make it a beautiful day,

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