Crochet can be so useful in the kitchen. With the right yarn, you can make pot holders, towels, scrubbies, and more. These items are washable, sturdy, and good for the environment. They also make great gifts! Here are 7 free crochet patterns for kitchen creations.
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Crochet Bowl Cozy by Jessie At Home
“A couple weeks ago I saw microwavable bowl cozies made out of fabric to save your hands from hot bowls. It seemed to me that I could crochet some, so I did!!”
2) Moonbeam Baskets by Desert Blossom Crafts
“Everyone needs a good basket, don’t you think? With school starting recently, I knew I wanted to design a simple but functional basket for organization.”
3) The Sun’s Out! Dish Scrubby by A Crocheted Simplicity
“For this project I chose to use some Red Heart Yarn’s Scrubby Smoothie & Red Heart Scrubby Sparkle I had in my stash.”
4) Citrus Splash Kitchen Set by Pattern Paradise
“This set includes a dish towel crocheted in a dense, absorbent stitch combination, trimmed with a pretty edge to keep your kitchen decor stylish.”
5) Crochet Pot Holders by Petals to Picots
“I love the simple and classic design of these crochet pot holders. And best of all … did you know you can even use them in between your nonstick pots and pans to protect them from getting scratched up?!”
6) Cactus Potholders by Moogly
“Cacti are happy, bright, summery, and fun – so Crochet Cactus Potholders are perfect for your kitchen! These thick squishy crocheted hot pads make great trivets too!”
7) Butterfly Scrubby Washcloth by Yarnutopia
“Ooooh I just tried out the new Scrubby Cotton Yarn by Red Heart Yarns and made these fun Butterfly Scrubby Washcloths. This yarn provides a unique texture that makes it perfect for household and bath!”
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