Below, you’ll find a collection of beautiful crochet potholder patterns as well as crochet hot pad patterns.
I love making crochet potholders and hot pads. They’re quick, easy, and useful items to have in your kitchen.
Additionally, they make great home decor items. You can keep them on your kitchen counter or even hang them on your walls.
Double Thick Potholder
These double thick potholders are top notch. They look amazing and would make great gifts for friends and family. Get the pattern from Sewrella.
This modern potholder is absolutely stunning. It’s made with thick and tight fabric and luckily is a very beginner-friendly pattern. Get the pattern from Mama in a Stitch.
Bobble Heart Potholder
I love how colorful and creative this heart potholder is. This is a double-layered potholder that uses the bobble stitch. Get the pattern from You Should Craft.
Dutch Skies Potholders
This is one of my favorite potholder designs. I’ve actually made a few of these for my own kitchen. This is a free pattern, so be sure to crochet this potholder for your kitchen. Get the pattern from Haak Maar Raak.
Textured Potholder Pattern
If you like this crochet potholder, you’ll be happy to know that it’s perfect for beginners and works up quickly. The potholder has a textured appearance and double thickness to protect your hands. Get the pattern from HCK Crafts.
I’m drawn to these potholders because they have that classic crochet look. What’s fun is that when you make these you can mix and match the colors based on your preference. Get the pattern from ATERG Crochet.
Winter Tree and Stripes Hot Pad
If you’re looking for a holiday pattern design, these simplistic hot pads are perfect. Of course, you can use whatever colors you want, but I love the simplicity of the colors used here. Get the pattern from Daisy Farm Crafts.
I love this beautiful and creative hot pad. This can also be used as a coaster or table decoration. Get the pattern from Knitting with Chopsticks.
Pumpkin Pie Potholder
I’ve actually made this pumpkin pie potholder for my own kitchen. It was meant to be used during the month of November, but I loved it so much that I leave it out on my counter year round. Get the pattern from Sensible Designs.
If you have a chicken or farm theme in your kitchen, you have to add these chicken potholders to your collection. Get the pattern from Past Patterns Palooza.
Blossom Flower Placemat
This isn’t a potholder pattern, but I thought you might want to check out this lovely blossom flower placemat. This shop also offers a matching cup coaster pattern. Get the pattern from My Alpaca Studio.
Lattice Pie Pot Holder
Here is a really cool lattice pie pot holder. You can change the color of your yarn to match the type of pie you want to make. Pictured below is a pumpkin pie and a sweet potato pie. Get the pattern from Ravelry.
Potholder Diner Trio
I absolutely love this potholder diner trio. I’m a big fan a crocheted food items. There’s a good chance that I’ll be making these for my kitchen. Get the pattern from Yarnspirations.
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