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Decorative Potholders Free Crochet Patterns

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Are you in the mood for crocheting kitchen accessories? Obviously! The spring is evidently around the corner and we all feel like refreshing our style and our home. The designs included in this selection of Decorative Potholders will certainly be perfect for that. Trust us on this one! Which pattern will you choose? Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Fantastic Potholders and Circular Crochet Potholders.

Moss Stitch Potholder 

This double-sided potholder is so classy! Its regular shape is spiced up by the lovely frill edging. This design surely has some retro vibes to it, don’t you think? Will it suit your kitchen? Play with colors to make sure it does!

Level: intermediate Author: Crochet ‘n’ Create

Moss Stitch Potholder Free Crochet Pattern

You will find the pattern here. More info here.

Tulip Potholder – No Longer Available 

The season of tulips has officially begun! Put a bouquet of fresh flowers in the center of your table and a set of these beautiful potholders to complete the spring decor. This round crochet gem is not only pretty but also super useful and solid.

Level: upper beginner Author: Elisa Valoroso

Tulip Potholder Free Crochet Pattern

You will find the pattern here. More info here.

Lattice Pie Pot Holder – Paid Pattern

This old-school style accessory is so easy to make and will give a cozy vibe to your home! This is a project for upper beginners as it uses basic techniques and stitches. Will you go for cherry, apple or blueberry pie?

Level: upper beginner Author: Kelly Maust

Lattice Pie Pot Holder Free Crochet Pattern

You will find the pattern Ravelry. More info about this version  here. This pattern was free for a limited time only.

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  1. You say it’s a free pattern but when I click on the link it takes me to the pattern but it cost money! What am I doing wrong?

    1. Hi Cynthia, the patterns indicated as free are without charge at the time of writing the post. Some designers may change it for paid versions over time. This happens especially with our older posts. Sorry for inconvenience and thank you for letting us know.

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