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55 Fun Pot Holder Crochet Patterns

Introduction to Pot Holder Crochet Patterns 

Looking for a quick, easy, and super useful crochet project?  Check out these 55 fun free pot holder crochet patterns. They’re easy to stitch up, have lots of design options, and are practical and functional. 

It’s time to refresh and replenish your kitchen with hand-crocheted pot holders. 

Learning how to crochet a potholder is relatively easy. It is one of the most basic crochet objects one can crochet and a great project you can finish in less than an hour. They also make great gifts and give you a chance to learn new stitches.

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Why Make a Crochet Pot Holder? 

The main function of potholders is to hold or move hot pans, pots, or dishes from one place to another without burning your skin. It's basically our shield from possible danger or accident. 

A potholder, also called a hot pad or oven mitt, is one of the most used and abused kitchen accessories. It's almost used every day and I'm sure you have that one stained and greasy favorite potholder in your kitchen just hanging around waiting to be washed or replaced. 

Learning how to crochet your own potholders is a great way to freshen up those filthy kitchen shields and bring a little crocheted style to the kitchen. 

How to Crochet a Square Pot Holder? 

Crochet pot holders are a fun, funky way to decorate any kitchen, and a square potholder is so simple it could be your very first crochet project!

To make a square pot holder, chain the desired number of stitches, work in whatever stitch you like until the piece you’ve made is square, and fasten off. You can also make your project a long rectangle, then fold it in half to make a square and sew the edges closed. 

Another way to make a square pot holder is from the center out, which you’ll see in some of the free potholder crochet patterns below.

How to Crochet a Round Pot Holder? 

Another great design yet equally functional is a round or circular pot holder. If you know how to make circle crochet scrubbies, crochet bucket hats, or other projects worked in a flat circle, then this will just be a piece of cake for you. 

You would start with a magic circle and work 6 stitches into the ring (or chain 6 and join, then work 6 stitches into the loop). In the next round, work 2 stitches into each stitch. For the next round, work 2 stitches in the first stitch, then 1 in the second and repeat around. 

Each round you work one additional stitch between the increases until the potholder is the desired size. 

To make your pot holder thicker, stitch two circles of the same size and sew them together. 

What is the Average Size of a Pot Holder?

Potholder crochet patterns will tell you what size they are intended to be, if you’re making your own design you might need a guideline for what the best size will be. 

If you know what pot or pan you want to use it with (if you are planning to use it as a hot pad or trivet on the table) you can measure the bottom of the pan and add a little extra to each side to protect your table or countertop.

If you’re crocheting pot holders merely to hold and move hot pots, the average size of this type of pot holder is usually around 7 inches square to 9 inches square, but there are potholders that are larger and smaller, too. 

You can always alter the size of the potholder given in these potholder crochet patterns if you want something larger or smaller than the pattern makes.

How Much Yarn Do I Need For Pot Holders?

Potholders typically take a skein or two of yarn. According to Love Life Yarn, it will take about 85-90 yards of worsted weight yarn for a simple potholder. And if you’re planning to make a double-thick potholder, you’ll need more yarn. 

Your pattern will tell you what kind of yarn to use and how much you will need, so use that as your guide.

Best Crochet Stitches For Potholders

Tight, close-worked stitches are the best options for potholders because they keep you from accidentally sticking your finger through the pot holder where you can touch the hot pot. Single crochet, for example, would be a better choice than double crochet because it makes such a solid fabric. 

If you want to explore more stitches to use on potholders or any other project, check out the Ultimate Crochet Stitch Library, which has 45 stitches for you to try.

Here are some more good stitch ideas if you want to design your own potholders or are on the lookout for a good stitch in a crochet potholder pattern.

Crochet Thermal Stitch

Thermal Stitch

This stitch might be the ideal stitch for potholders. A thermal stitch is a simple variation of single crochet. It creates a double thick, sturdy, and durable fabric. To create this stitch, you just simply work a single crochet stitch going through the back loop of the current row and the previous row at the same time. 

Crochet Waffle Stitch 

Waffle Stitch 

One of the most fun and textured crochet stitches, this creates a pattern that resembles a waffle, hence its name. Because of the close stitch and texture of the waffle stitch, it is perfect for potholders. It may look complicated but it's very easy once you get the hang of it. 

Check out our Beginner’s guide on how to crochet the waffle stitch

Crochet Alpine Stitch

Alpine Stitch

A four-row repeat pattern where rows of single crochet stitches alternate with rows of front post double crochet stitches, the alpine stitch creates a textured and dense fabric, which makes it a great choice for potholders. 

Crochet Star Stitch 

Star Stitch 

Also known as daisy stitch, marguerite stitch, or spiked cluster, star stitch is made up of single crochet and half double crochet stitches. It has a very simple two-row repeat pattern. The star design that it creates will give your potholder a lovely texture and character and looks great in stripes. 

Crochet spider stitch swatch

Spider Stitch 

Spider stitch is a simple single crochet v-stitch that creates a pretty, dense, and tight texture stitch. This is another easy two-row repeat pattern. 

Best Yarns for Potholders

When you crochet a potholder, the yarn can make a big difference, as well as the pattern. Potholders protect hands from hot pots and pans and the best yarns to use should be strong, lightweight, machine-washable, and heat-resistant. 

Natural fibers like cotton are great choices because they can handle heat well. Wool can also be a good choice but under high heat, it can burn. 

Yarns of (4) worsted/medium weight and thicker are the best options for pot holders. If you’re trying to use your stash and only have thinner yarns, you can hold two strands together as you work to make the finished project thicker, though your gauge may be different than the pattern suggests. Pot holders can be any size, though, so that’s not really a problem. 

Can Acrylic Yarn Be Used for Potholders?

Synthetic yarn, including acrylic yarn, should not be used for potholders. These types of yarns can melt under high heat, which makes a mess and doesn’t protect you or your surfaces from the heat. 

Here are some of our favorite yarns to use for potholders. 

Cotton and Cotton Blends 

Wool Yarn

Crochet Potholder Supplies

In addition to the yarn called for in the pattern (or your choice of the yarns above in the weight required for your pattern), you’ll also need a few other supplies to complete your crochet potholders. 

  • Crochet hook in the size called for in your pattern
  • Scissors for trimming yarn ends
  • Yarn needle for weaving in ends or any sewing that needs to be done 
  • Stitch marker if working in the round to show where the end of the round is

Easy Pot Holder Crochet Patterns

Crochet potholders are quick and practical to make. They add a nice handmade touch to any kitchen. 

Learn how to crochet a potholder from this collection of simple and free pot holder crochet patterns. 

Easy Peasy Crochet Potholder

How to Crochet an Easy Peasy Potholder

Designer: Crochet Dreamz
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Lily Sugar’n Cream

Even if you hate cooking, I’m sure you’ll love to make this adorable potholder. This potholder measures 8 x 8 inches square, which makes it perfect to hold big pans. It’s worked in single crochet and half double crochet so it’s easy for beginners.

Plaid Crochet Potholders

Plaid Potholder Crochet Pattern

Designer: Stitchberry
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn:  Knit Picks Dishie 

With double-thick construction, these potholders are certainly durable and functional. The plaid design adds a classic and charming style to the potholder and your kitchen.

Stars & Stripes Crochet Potholder Set

Stars & Stripes Potholder Set

Designer: Yarn and Chai
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: I Love This Cotton 

A patriotic potholder is a great addition to your kitchen accessories. This very easy set is made of 100% cotton yarn that is perfect for keeping your hands cool no matter what you’re carrying.

Farmhouse Crochet Pot Holders

Farmhouse Pot Holder Crochet Pattern 

Designer: The Turtle Trunk
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: I Love This Cotton

Made of two strands of cotton yarn held together, this beautiful potholder can be made in just less than an hour. The pattern uses moss stitch, which creates a beautifully textured piece. 

Crochet Granny Hexagon Potholders

Crochet Granny Hexagon Potholder Free Pattern 

Designer: Crochet For You 
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted 
Suggested yarn: Rico Creative Cotton Aran 

Practice this simple granny stitch with this hexagon potholder. You can work yours in a solid color or change colors partway through as shown (or every round). This beginner-friendly pattern is so easy and only takes seven rounds to complete.

An easy to make Crochet Potholder

Easy Crochet Potholder

Designer: Stitching Together
Yarn weight: (6) Super bulky
Suggested yarn: Lion Brand Mac-Ra-Me

Protect your hands from hot pots with this thick potholder made with a 100% cotton super bulky yarn. The pattern uses a moss stitch and a single crochet for the border. It will stitch up in no time with such thick yarn!

Chevron Crochet Pot Holders

Easy Chevron Pot Holders

Designer: For The Frills
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn:  Knit Picks Dishie

A great addition to your kitchen accessories. These potholders are made using the herringbone stitch, which creates a chevron pattern. It’s a pretty texture that will look great in any kitchen. This pattern also has a video tutorial. 

Crochet Thermal Stitch Potholder

Thermal Stitch Potholder

Designer: My Crochet Space
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Lion Brand Pima Cotton

Make the perfect potholder using the thermal single crochet stitch. This stitch makes a nice and thick potholder that’s sure to protect your hands. The pattern also shows you how to make the loop for hanging.

Double Thick Potholder Patterns

Make your own double-thick potholder with these easy patterns. These are so easy to make that you’ll want to make them in lots of colors.

Double Thick Crochet Potholders

Easy Double Thick Crochet Potholder

Designer: Sarah Maker 
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Lily Sugar’n Cream 

Since these potholders are made out of 100% cotton yarn, they’re durable and machine washable. Start your own easy and quick-to-make potholder with this beautifully written pattern.

Buffalo Check Crochet Potholders

Buffalo Check Potholders

Designer: Yarn and Chai
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: I Love This Cotton

These classic potholders are all your kitchen is missing. This pattern features a buffalo check or buffalo plaid design that is perfect for any occasion and not that difficult to stitch. 

Crochet Ribbed Potholder

Ribbed Potholder

Designer: Yarn and Chai
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: I Love This Cotton

A simple way to protect your hands. This potholder is worked in rounds using half double crochet and stitches worked into the third loop for extra thickness.

Crochet Farmhouse Potholder

Farmhouse Potholder

Designer: Yarn and Chai
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: I Love This Cotton

We just love a modern potholder with a great texture. This uses a herringbone half double crochet stitch. Crochet with a single color or make an easy multicolored hot pad for your kitchen.

Country Crochet Hot Pads

Country Crochet Hot Pad Pattern

Designer: Stitching Together
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Lily Sugar’n Cream 

Change up the colors on this hot pad/trivet pattern to make it suit your kitchen style or your yarn stash! This potholder measures approximately 9 by 9 inches which makes it big enough to hold a large dish. 

Mosaic Crochet Potholder

Mosaic Potholder

Designer: Yarn and Chai
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: I Love This Cotton

This mosaic pattern is made by working single crochets and spike stitches. Use two colors with a lot of contrast for the best results. This is for sure an excellent wedding or housewarming gift.

A teapot on a Modern Crochet Hot Pad

Best Modern Hot Pad Crochet Pattern

Designer: Mama in a Stitch 
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Lion Brand 24/7 Cotton 

This pretty pot holder looks almost like knitting, but it’s made with slip stitches worked in the back loop in rounds. The pattern looks different on each side, so you can decide which side you prefer before you stitch it up. 

Double Thick Crochet Potholders

Crochet Potholders Double Thick

Designer: Sewrella
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Lion Brand Re-Up Cotton 

The best housewarming gift of all time, this simple and chic potholder is made by using the all-time favorite stitch for hot pads, potholders, and trivets, the thermal stitch. You can create an even thicker potholder by using two strands of yarn held together. 

Urban Kitchen Crochet Potholders

Urban Kitchen Potholder

Designer: Crochet Dreamz
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Lily Sugar’n Cream

Imagine how your kitchen would look with this gorgeously made potholder with a distinct wave pattern. The diagonal effect of the pattern is achieved when the potholder is folded to make it double thick.

Malia Crochet Potholder

Malia Potholder

Designer: Yarn and Chai
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: I Love This Cotton

Here's a double-thick potholder with a great texture from bean stitch and stitches worked into the third loop of half-double crochet. This pretty pattern is sure to elevate your kitchen decor.

Textured Pot Holder Crochet Patterns

Bobble-it-Up Crochet Pot Holder

Bobble-it-Up Pot Holder

Designer: Katie Vasquez, via Ravelry
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: I Love This Cotton 

Use this crochet project in multiple ways: as a potholder, trivet, or hot pad, or just hang it in your kitchen. This pattern uses simple stitches, which makes it very easy to make quickly.

Crochet Squared Waffle

Squared Waffle

Designer: Buttonose Crochet, via Ravelry 
Yarn weight: (3) DK 
Suggested yarn:  Caron Cotton Cakes

A pattern that gives a twist to the traditional waffle stitch. With this technique, you can make a potholder, washcloth, or even a blanket, just by increasing the number of rounds. The pattern is written in US, UK, and Russian terms. 

Candy Crochet Potholder

Candy Potholder Crochet Pattern

Designer: Knitting with Chopsticks
Yarn weight: (1) Super fine 
Suggested yarn: JubileeYarn Baby Soft Cotton Bamboo

A unique way to crochet your potholder (actually more of a trivet since it doesn’t fold). This pattern is made with a bunch of balls glued or stitched together to form a bigger circle.

Crochet potholders in different colors

The Potholders

Designer: Svetlana Rogatykh, via Ravelry 
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Scheepjes Skies Heavy 

Challenge your skills with this mosaic crochet overlay technique. This pattern has three equally beautiful designs to choose from. 

Falling Petals Crochet Potholder

Falling Petals Potholder

Designer: Raffamusa Designs
Yarn weight: (3) DK 
Suggested yarn: Rowan Summerlite DK  

Play with your favorite colors and yarns with this gorgeous potholder pattern. The base is made of granny square layered with a floral lace motif for a different look and texture that will be so pretty on the table. 

Woven Crochet Potholder

Woven Potholder Crochet Pattern

Designer: Petals to Picots 
Yarn weights: (3) DK 
Suggested yarn: Debbie Bliss Cotton DK 

With crochet strips arranged carefully to form a woven design, this potholder is surely so much fun and a functional project. You can experiment with your favorite colors or just use any of your stash yarn to make this project. 

Tunisian Crochet Tresca Potholder

Tunisian Crochet Tresca Potholder

Designer: Raffamusa Designs
Yarn weight: (3) DK 
Suggested yarn: Lion Brand LB Collection Superwash Merino

A combination of a Tunisian simple stitch and Tunisian cross stitch, this pattern creates an elegant yet simple potholder for you to try. This potholder is made up of two identical Tunisian crochet squares that are seamed together. 

Bobble Heart Crochet Potholder

Bobble Heart Potholder Pattern

Designer: You Should Craft 
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted 
Suggested yarn: Lily Sugar’n Cream 

Keep the heat from the hot pan away from your table and hands using this lovely bobble heart potholder. These bobbles stitches give a great texture to the entire piece plus it is functional because the bobbles give the hot pad more height. 

Novelty Crochet Potholder Patterns

These fun pot holder crochet patterns in different designs are sure to make your kitchen chores a little more fun. From animals to fruit and more, these patterns are fun to stitch and will bring a smile to your face when you use them.

Sunny Side Up Crochet Pot Holder

Sunny Side Up

Designer: DROPS Design
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: DROPS Paris 

Who doesn't want eggs for breakfast? This sunny-side-up egg pot holder will surely make a great addition to your kitchen. The white is worked in single crochet so it’s a really easy pattern, too. 

Flower Crochet Hot Pad

Flower Hot Pad

Designer: FreeCraft Unlimited
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Lily Sugar’n Cream 

This pattern uses just simple crochet stitches, but you do need to pay attention to what you are doing and make sure you’re following the pattern just right to get it to come out properly. It’s definitely worth the effort for this fun project. 

Crochet Fruity Trivets and Pot Holders

Fruity Trivets + Pot Holders

Designer: Purl Soho
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Debbie Bliss Rialto 4 Ply  

Perfect for summer outdoor dinners, these colorful and fruity potholders and trivets are so easy to make. The yarn used is held doubled throughout the pattern for extra thickness.

Crochet Rabbit & Chicken Potholders

Rabbit & Chicken Potholders

Designer: Schachenmayr Design Team

Yarn weight: (2) Sport

Suggested yarn: Schachenmayr Catania

Both the body and face of these animal potholders are worked in rounds using double crochet stitches. These potholders are functional and great decorative pieces in your kitchen.

Crochet Pie Oven Mitts

Pie Oven Mitts

Designer: Melanie Garnet, via Ravelry
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: DROPS Paris

Want to stitch a yummy-looking pie that can be used as a potholder or trivet? This pattern is focused on the cherry pie potholder. This decorative pot holder is easy to customize for different pies, and will make you want to cook more.

Crochet Chickadee Potholders

Chickadee Potholder

Designer: Lion Brand 
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Lion Brand 24/7 Cotton

Made from 100% cotton worsted weight yarn, this cute-looking potholder is so easy that beginners can practice with it. The little details are so cute!

Crocheted Little House Potholder

Crocheted Little House Potholder

Designer: Lion Brand 
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Lion Brand 24/7 Cotton

A lovely house-shaped potholder is surely a great gift. This pattern used single crochet stitches, chains, and slip stitches and can be worked in whatever colors you like to represent a real house. 

Crochet Pig Potholder

Crochet Pig Potholder Free Pattern

Designer: Crochet For You
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: DROPS Paris 

A farm animal-inspired potholder that can be used not only in the kitchen but also for children's play, this potholder made of two identical circles of crochet put together to make it thick enough to protect your hands from a hot pan. 

Tapestry Pot Holder Crochet Patterns

Making a tapestry crochet potholder is quite easy, and they’re a great way to learn this fun colorwork technique if you aren’t already familiar with it.

Crochet Citrus Fruit Potholder

Citrus Fruits Potholder

Designer: Raffamusa Designs
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Rico Design Creative Cotton Aran 

Brighten up your kitchen with this cheerful potholder design. The lemon design can easily be customized, just change the color to orange to make it an orange fruit or red or pink to create a grapefruit potholder. 

Two Holiday Crochet Potholders

Two Holiday Potholders Free Pattern

Designer: Leelee Knits
Yarn weight: (3) DK 
Suggested yarn: Rowan Summerlite DK

Add holiday-themed potholders to your kitchen decor. In this pattern, you'll get two different designs, a reindeer and a snowflake.

Crochet Marguerite Motif

Marguerite Motif Free Crochet Pattern

Designer: Mobiusgirl Design 
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted 
Suggested yarn: Knit Picks Swish Worsted 

Here's a motif pattern inspired by geometry. This pattern carries the unused color along the top of the stitches of the previous round to keep the colorwork clean.

Acorn Leaves Crochet Potholder

Acorn Leaves Potholder Pattern

Designer: Raffamusa Designs
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Bernat Satin 

This pretty potholder is perfect for fall if you like to change your kitchen decor with the seasons. Or stitch it in green for a vibe that’s a little more spring and summer. Or why not both?

Botanical Crochet Pot Holders

Botanical Pot Holder

Designer: Daisy Farm Crafts
Yarn weight:  (4) Worsted 
Suggested yarn: Lily Sugar’n Cream

For this pattern, the designer was inspired by a botanical washcloth found on the Yarnspirations website, which she turned into a pot holder/hot pad design. This would be a great housewarming gift to bring along to a dinner party together with friends and family. 

Swirling Leaves Crochet Potholders

Swirling Leaves Potholder

Designer: Raffamusa Designs
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn:  Rico Creative Cotton Aran 

Welcome the autumn season (or spring!) with this falling leaves motif. Using a worsted weight cotton yarn makes this a thick and solid hot pad. 

Tapestry Crochet Diamond Potholders

Tapestry Crochet Diamond Potholders

Designer: Sarah Faith Crafts
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Lily Sugar’n Cream 

Here’s another easy tapestry pattern for you to try.  This is a standard-size potholder, which makes it very quick to finish. A chart is included in this pattern if you want to make a larger project like a blanket. 

Circle Potholder Patterns 

Are you looking for easy-to-learn circle potholder patterns? Here are excellent patterns for you to try.

Circle potholders offer a different look when compared to traditional square ones. They are great gifts too.

Crochet Circle Hot Pad

Crochet Circle Hot Pad

Designer:  CAAB Crochet 
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Lily Sugar’n Cream  

This easy circle hot pad is constructed from two identical circles stitched together to make double-layered protection. You'll surely want to make more than one once you see how easily this one comes together.

Crochet Potholders with Bubbles

Potholders with Bubbles

Designer: Tine Sommer Hansen, via Hobbii
Yarn weight: (5) Bulky
Suggested yarn: Wool & The Gang Crazy Sexy Wool  

Get extra protection from hot pans and pots with the bubble design on this potholder. The potholder measures about eight inch diameter, which makes it large enough to protect your hands from hot surfaces. This is also great to use as a trivet.

Harvest Home Crochet Potholder

Harvest Home

Designer: Lisa van Klaveren, via Ravelry 
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Scheepjes Stonewashed XL 

This pretty pattern is perfect for your Thanksgiving table or any other fall event. The pattern includes the pot holder/trivet pattern as well as matching coasters and napkin rings.

Happy Cooking Crochet Potholders

Happy Cooking Potholder

Designer: Virklust 
Yarn weight: (2) Sport
Suggested yarn: Scheepjes Catona

Here’s a quick-to-make potholder that looks like Christmas balls. The pattern is made with one solid-colored panel and one two-color panel stitched together for extra protection.

Stir Me Up Crochet Potholder

Stir Me Up Potholders

Designer: MintyFresh, via Ravelry 
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Lion Brand Pima Cotton 

Keep your kitchen decor fun and interesting with this spiral potholder. Use multicolored yarn to create a polychromatic effect.

Crochet Tutti Frutti Potholders

Tutti Frutti Potholders

Designer: Marinke Slump, via TutsPlus
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: DROPS Paris 

Hop on the fruity decor trend with this fruity potholder. Make your own citrus fruit or watermelon potholders, or let your imagination turn it into a different kind of fruit.

Crochet Lotti Potholders

Lotti Potholder

Designer:  Sussanne Anacker, via Ravlery 
Yarn weight: (1) Super fine
Suggested yarn: Scheepjes Cotton 8

Get two different potholders in one pattern. The mosaic crochet technique looks complicated but it’s made with basic stitches including single, half double, and double crochet, as well as front post stitches. 

Crochet  Sunflower Pot Holder s

Sunflower Pot Holder Free Crochet Pattern

Designer: Nana’s Crafty Home 
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: I Love This Cotton 

Brighten up your kitchen with this sunflower potholder. The main body of the flower is made with single crochet. Super easy right?

Crochet Round Fan Potholder

Crochet Round Fan Potholder

Designer: Crochet ‘n’ Create
Yarn weight: (3) DK
Suggested yarn: King Cole Cottonsoft 100% DK Cotton 

Choose your preferred potholder look, variegated or solid? Either way, this potholder will surely give a modern, cottage dream-like kitchen look. 

Crochet Potholders with Step-by-Step Video Tutorials

Prefer to watch videos instead of using written patterns? These video tutorials below will show you how to crochet potholders in no time.

Thermal Stitch Single Crochet Potholder

Thermal Stitch Single Crochet Potholder

Designer: My Crochet Space 
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted 
Suggested yarn: Lion Brand Pima Cotton 

Refresh your memory on how to crochet thermal stitch. Follow along and learn how to make your own double-thick potholder. 

Crochet Potholder

Easy Potholder Tutorial

Designer: Luliia Craft – Simply Handmade 4Every1
Yarn weight: (2) Sport 
Suggested yarn: Alize Bella 

This potholder is made with two identical circles joined together with a single crochet. This video tutorial will carefully guide you to your adorable next kitchen shield. 

Crochet Waffle Stitch Pot Holder

Waffle Stitch Pot Holder

Designer: Diving Ducks Crochet 
Yarn weight:  (2) Sport
Suggested yarn: KACHVI 100% Cotton 8/4

Using waffle stitch, this potholder will surely safeguard your hands from burning. This beginner pattern is fun to stitch and makes a perfect gift for your family and friends. 

Bobble Stitch Crochet Hot Pad

Bobble Stitch Hot Pad Tutorial

Designer: Amanda Crochets
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn:  I Love This Cotton 

Match the color of this textured potholder with your home and kitchen decor. Practice how to make the bobble stitch with this tutorial at the same time make your hot pad.

Outline Flower Crochet Potholder

Outline Flower Crochet Potholder

Designer: Raji’s Craft Hobby
Yarn weight: (2) Sport 
Suggested yarn: KACHVI 100% Cotton 8/8 

Give your kitchen a fresh pop of color. This potholder uses front post double crochets to create the flower textured design. 

Are You a Beginner Crochet Who Would Like Some Extra Help to Learn How to Crochet?

Potholders are a great place to start building your crochet skills, but if some of these patterns give you pause, check out our Crochet Fundamentals workshop.

Complicated crochet projects made easier? Yes, you read it right!

This workshop has all the basics and much more that will help you learn how to effectively crochet not just your very first potholder but all your future projects. 

These videos are full of tips, techniques, and helpful advice to make you a more confident crocheter in no time!

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