Today’s mini-collection of Circular Crochet Potholders should give you enough inspiration to refresh your kitchen. I’m sure it’s easier to add an accessory rather than repainting the walls! Potholders come in all shapes and sizes, but they all have something in common – they must be thick and sturdy. They are irreplaceable, whether you want to put a hot pan on the table, or grab something that comes right from the oven. Seems like this particular need for thickness is a starting point for those beautiful structural designs. It’s great to add these recommendations to your ever-growing crochet library, because it may come in handy when you need a gift inspiration. Take a look at another collection of Flower Center Potholders. Check out the free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
Pinwheel Kitchen Pad and Scrubber Free Crochet Pattern
Who has never tried Tunisian crochet before? Well, it is time to give it a go! This awesome pattern is the perfect opportunity. If you want to make a colorful kitchen set for yourself or for your bestie, look no more!
Level: intermediate Author: Naztazia
Front Post Frenzie Potholder Free Crochet Pattern
Front post stitches are not that hard to learn, and once you master them, you will love them forever! Use your new skills to create this cute scalloped potholder. We are so charmed by this combination of energizing colors.
Level: intermediate Author: Dedri Uys
Magic Mandala Free Crochet Pattern
Bobbles, shells, and the one and only crab stitch. This combination evidently must have been a success! You can easily adjust the character of this mandala to your needs and fab taste by changing the colors of the elements.
Level: intermediate Author: Emilie Chaumartin
Fanciful Flower Potholders Free Crochet Pattern
Oh, this is what we call a perfect potholder for spring! If you are going for the full bloom effect, you should certainly consider this pattern. You won’t find anything more spectacular out there, trust us on this one! Can you imagine how this awesome structure must feel?
Level: upper beginner Author: Claudia Lowman