Diana Pot Holder/ Hot Pad

Diana hot pad/ pot holder pattern by Divine Debris
Diana hot pad/ pot holder pattern by Divine Debris

In April I won a giveaway from Salena Baca Crochet for a bag of mish-mash cotton yarn. This was super cool, as I’m not used to winning things all that often, but then I didn’t know at all what to do with all the cotton yarn. My first instinct was to make pot holders! I mean, of course you make pot holders when you have cotton yarn, right? So as soon as my brain when there I decided to write up a pot holder design, based on one of my most recent patterns, the Diana Cowl. For the hot pad I used a US G hook and for a pot holder I used a US I hook, because for a hot pad I want very little space between the stitches but for a pot holder that’s less important. Regardless, it’s the same pattern just a bit different – the hot pad requires more stitches to get to nearly the same size. Add it to your Ravelry here. Pin it here .

Diana hot pad/ pot holder pattern by Divine Debris
Diana hot pad/ pot holder pattern by Divine Debris

Pattern:

US G (4.25) or US I (5.50) crochet hook
1 – 1.5 oz cotton yarn
Tapestry needle

Stitches used:
Ch: Chain
Slip st: Slip stitch
Sc: single crochet
Hdc: half double crochet

Diana hot pad/ pot holder pattern by Divine Debris
Diana hot pad/ pot holder pattern by Divine Debris

Notes:
This pattern is a easy to customize- add or subtract sts in groups of 2 to make it larger or smaller.
You will need to know how to work into the third loop of a hdc for this pattern.

Finished measurements:
Hot pad: Height: 6.75″, Width: 6.75″
Pot holder: Height: 7.25″, Width: 7.25″

Diana hot pad/ pot holder pattern by Divine Debris
Diana hot pad/ pot holder pattern by Divine Debris

To get this pattern visit DivineDebris.com

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3 thoughts on “Diana Pot Holder/ Hot Pad

  1. What a delightful potholder pattern! Thank you for posting that pattern! Good luck with the direction you are taking by focusing on your blog. I find that side of things so rewarding!

  2. would love to try making this with a lighter cotton thread, and a smaller hook size. i think the texture would make a wonderful dishcloth!beautiful!!!’

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