I Love Texture Potholders


Pamela Kuloba

Textured kitchen towels are made with Sugar n Cream 100% Worsted Cotton Yarn. The yarn was easy to work with. This made the work go faster. The pattern is easy to make using basic stitches of single crochets, double crochets and chains. The border is made with a single crochet. 

Textured kitchen towels are made with Sugar n Cream 100% Worsted Cotton Yarn. The yarn was easy to work with. This made the work go faster. The pattern is easy to make using basic stitches of single crochets, double crochets and chains. The border is made with a single crochet. 

This pattern is worked using the same instructions for each row. In the first st, sc, in the next st, dc and repeat down the row, turning and ch 1. Below are the instructions for the color changes throughout the pattern:

These potholders have coordinating kitchen towels which can also be found in my shop.  


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Materials  

Sugar n Cream Super Size​ 100% Cotton medium weight 4 yarn, 200 yds/184 m (4 oz/113 g)

Color A:​ White-40 yds/37 m 

Color B:​ Overcast-30 yds/27.5 m 

Color C: ​Dark Orchid-15 yds/ 14 m 

Hook Size:​ US H/8 (5 mm) 


Gauge  

13 sts x 11 rows = 4” (10 cm) 


Skill Level                                                     

Basic

Abbreviations

sc- single crochet 

ch- chain

dc- double crochet 

sl st- slip stitch

 

Finished Size 

Potholder-9.5” x 9” (including the border) 





Instructions 

Using color B, ch 31 

Row 1: sc in 2nd ch from hook, dc in next st, *sc, dc* repeat from * to end, ch 1 turn. 

Rows 2-3: Color B

Rows 4-5: Color A

Rows 6-7: Color C 

Rows 8-9: Color A 

Rows 10-15: Color B 

Rows 16-17: Color A 

Rows 18-19: Color C 

Rows 20-21: Color A 

Rows 22-24: Color B

 

Finishing

Sc evenly around the potholder twice, putting 3 sc in each corner. At the last corner, ch 15, turn. 


Sc in the ch going towards the potholder. Bring the far end to the potholder and sl st through the end to the potholder to create a loop. 


Fasten off and weave in the ends.




 

 


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