Pot Holders
Snuggle Handle Holder
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Designed by Julie A Bolduc

This tight fitting handle holder is just perfect for any cast iron skillet! It fits like a glove! I do recommend you use cotton for this pattern for extra protection. Do not substitute acrylic for this pattern. I also recommend that you do not leave this on the handle while the burner is lit. (especially a gas stove) It could catch fire. Only put it on when you are actually going to pick up the pan.

Folded Oval Potholder
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Designed by Julie A Bolduc

This potholder was completed in 2 evenings. About 8 hours or so. Pay close attention to the instructions. There are slight differences between one row to the next. It is plenty thick enough to keep your hands safe also!

Triangle Potholder
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Designed by Julie A Bolduc

This potholders starts out as a granny square but then is folded in half diagonally. There is nothing stopping you from making this with acrylic yarn and without folding it to make an afghan out of it.

Sunshine Bliss Potholder
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Designed by Julie A Bolduc

This potholder has a stitch that is new to me. I am not sure if this stitch exists but it is fun and easy to do.

Trapezoid Potholder
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Designed by Julie A Bolduc

This potholder was fun to make and it can be completed in an evening. It is a good pattern to make when you don't feel like concentrating on a patterns instructions to closely.

Double Thick Oval Potholder
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Designed by Julie A Bolduc

This potholder works better after it has been washed and dried in the dryer. It is made with 2 strands of cotton yarn held together throughout the pattern.

Super Thick Potholder
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Designed by Julie A Bolduc

This potholder uses the new stitch Single Crochet front back bobble. It produces a very thick potholder that is fast to make.

Pot Handle Sleeve
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Designed by Julie A Bolduc

This potholder is different from the ones I usually make. It actually slips onto the handle of any pot or frying pan and will not come off unless you take it off.

Threaded Shells Potholder
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Designed by Julie A Bolduc

This potholder is made first by crocheting the back, then the front is made almost exactly the same except one round is done in the back loops only. Then the Shells are worked on the front loops on the front of the potholder. Then it is all put together with one round of sc around the perimeter.

Side Stitchen Pot Holder
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Designed by Julie A Bolduc

This pot holder is made in 2 parts that are crocheted together back to back. It is very thick and oversized, perfect for working with or lifting large pots and pans.

Lacy Thread Potholder
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Designed by Julie A Bolduc

This potholder is first made with a solid inner circle made of 2 pieces that are stitched together. Then 2 more decorative lacy circles are made then all layers are stitched together for form a very thick but flexible potholder.

Granny Potholder
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Designed by Julie A Bolduc

This potholder started out as a granny square that did not work so to prevent frogging I continued on and made it bigger then folded it in half and created this potholder. See what can happen when you design patterns?