This autumn, upgrade your kitchen decor crocheting pretty potholders. As party favors, holiday gifts, or table accessories, potholders would make your coffee drinking more enjoyable. Get ready with your needle and colorful yarns for trying out the following interesting tutorials.
Crochet a cozy potholder using a basic Afghan stitch to spice up a dull breakfast table.
When your potholders look so fine, you wouldn’t mind sipping coffee anytime of the day.
The exotic shades of blue, white, and green lend an ocean-like effect to the potholders. You can experiment with other colors as well.
The combination of beige and white is sophisticated and sublime. After all, winter is the season of light colors.
Add a pop of color to your kitchen décor for a refreshing start in the morning. The puffy potholders would help keep the winter blues away.
Give a personalized touch to the cozy potholders with touches of pink and blue for a warm effect.
The cuddly chicken will see to it that your mornings do not start on a dull note. Crochet a little flower to the potholder for a more appealing look.
Be it potholder or coaster, vibrant crocheted patterns on the table are a delight.
Taking some inspiration from the tutorial, you can try crocheting a hen or turkey, making minute changes in the pattern.
The modish crochet potholder pattern involves a double stitch. Keeping large teapots would now be easier.
The luscious apple potholders give your coffee table the extra punch, as well as make wonderful gifts for beverage-addicts.
Rather than sulking during the winter, you can celebrate it as tea and coffee months, crocheting these hexagon patterns.
If you want to increase the visual look of your kitchen space, then the lovely floral-designed potholders are at your service.
The age-old tradition of crocheting can never get boring as your home would now and then need major style change.
The array of patterns looks stunning, matching with any décor setup. As hostess gifts, you no longer have to break the bank.
The single stitch crochet pattern is convenient for those crocheting the first time.
Crochet a beautiful heart for your Valentine to add an extra dose of romance.
You can’t overlook the classy spiral pattern, especially when it brings a bare table back to life.
A white potholder never fails to make a style statement. Just be careful while handling the pot of coffee.
The good old owl has become a part of every crochet pattern. So, when you are making a potholder, it’s difficult to give our nocturnal buddy a miss.
It may not be summertime, but you can always keep your love for strawberries alive even when the weather turns harsh outside.
A brewing cup of coffee, fried eggs and sausages is the best breakfast on this planet. Don’t you agree?
You can dress up your table for a tea party. Be ready to handle all the compliments coming from the guests.
Here is an interesting pattern to accessorize your kitchen. Don’t you love the multi-colored base?
Although the tutorial is about making a crochet light bulb, the design is exactly similar to an acorn.
Express your creativity making a flamboyant crochet butterfly potholder. Using yarns of different colors would be the fun part of the project.
Adding the cute little horns to the Teddy turns it into an adorable reindeer. Here’s another Christmas accessory for decorating your home.
The cherubic bunny potholders laid on your Easter lunch table will surely be a huge hit. All can feel the coziness in the air.
A cup of tea or coffee is incomplete without a cupcake. Make it the staple pattern for this season.
Note the orange hue that adds charm to the daisy potholder. You can do it up in other tones, retaining the elegant effect.
The interspersion of yellow, white, and blue gives character to the pattern.
What’s Halloween without Jack-O-Lantern? The perfect way to give a twist to the Fall decoration.
Now that you have lots of flower patterns in your kitty, here is a tutorial for crocheting a leaf.
The tutorial provides a free download link that you can click to get the pattern.
Do your kids love Peppa Pig? Give them a pleasant surprise presenting a charming pig potholder.
The pattern is going to draw anyone’s attention sitting on the table and sipping some tea.
Geometric patterns are stylish, enlivening the art of contemporary crochet.
A must-have for every home, the coffee cup design is a great addition to your table setting.
The little snowman will make your heart melt, bringing all the childhood memories of playing in the snow back.
The triangular Santa Claus is one-of-a-kind pattern you will cherish even after the holidays.
Since it is a potholder, you need to occasionally give a good wash so that the colors continue to brighten your surroundings.
Summer is incomplete with a slice of watermelon. You can’t eat it but treat your eyes.
The big cat is keeping an eye on you so that you don’t indulge in too many cups of coffee.
Have you taken your pick? Hope you have a gala time making the potholders. Don’t forget to share your experiences.
Published on September 10th 2017 by Michelle Anderson