Crochet for Kitchen

In this section you will find some categories that have been combined into this one category.
You will find: Kitchen items, Pot Holders, Dishcloths and a few other patterns from the Miscellaneous section which fit into this category better.

Shell Stitch Towel Topper
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Lacy Jar Topper
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Pizza Pan Hot Pad
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Crosshatch Stitch Tablemat
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Designed by Julie A Bolduc

This square mat would actually be great as an afghan made up of a bunch of these squares with the perimeter round left off. This mat uses the special stitch the Crosshatch Stitch I from the Harmony Guide to Crochet Techniques and Stitches.

Popcorn Pot Scrubber
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Designed by Julie A Bolduc

This pot scrubber is fast and easy to make and would probably sell well at a school bazaar. Yes I give you permission to make these and sell these at school bazaars. Just put a hang tag on them with the URL of this site on it.

Summer Wreath Napkin Ring
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Designed by Julie A Bolduc

This napkin ring is a result of a crochet challenge. A member of the JPF Crochet Club wrote to me about a challenge she had for me. She said she just emptied a transparent tape roll and thought that Julie could design something with it. Since I had already designed a Christmas Wreath using the tape core, I thought why not go ahead and try to design something else with it. She had a napkin ring in mind and this is what I came up with.

Shells-n-Bumps Trivet
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Designed by Julie A Bolduc

This trivet is easy to make and could actually be made from any color combination you want. It uses the chenille bump stitch that you can find in the Stitches section of the Reference area. Then shell stitches are worked in each chenille bump stitch.

Julie's Placemat
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Designed by Julie A Bolduc

This placemat is a result of a request from one of the JPF Crochet Club members. It starts out as a sampler square but then is worked in the round after the 3rd row is complete. Imagine 6 of these on a white tablecloth with red plastic cups outside on a July 4th Picnic

Spiders Web Hot Pad
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Designed by Julie A Bolduc

This hot pad could also be a potholder by just leaving out the CD. I would recommend using cotton yarn instead of acrylic though for a potholder.