This free crochet pattern for a reversible potholder was originally published in the 1950s in Lily Pot Holders and Oven Mitts.
Follow the easy step-by-step instructions of this crochet pattern to make this pot holder that is reversible. There is absolutely no charge for personal use of this easy crochet pattern for a potholder.
Free Crochet Potholder Pattern: How to Crochet a Potholder
Art. 600 Lily Cotton Yarn Skeins or
Art. 930 Sugar N Cream Yarn Balls
Short left over lengths of many colors
Crochet Hook No. 0
With one color ch 31, sk 1 ch, sc in next 30 ch.
Row 2 – Ch 1, turn, * sc in next 3 sc, sc down at base of next sc (long sc made), (a long sc over next sc) twice. Repeat from * 4 times.
Row 3 – Cut yarn 3″ long. Starting 3″ from end of next color, draw it thru lp on hook (ch-1 made). Tie 3″ ends of 2 colors together in a hard double knot. Turn, hold 3″ ends along top of row and work over them with (sc in next 3 long sc, long sc over next 3 sc) 5 times.
Repeat Row 3 until work is square, making each row a different color.
Edge of Reverse Potholder
With Black work 2-sc shells around holder. Join and fasten off. Cover a bone ring with sc and sew to one comer.
Steam and press dry on back thru a cloth.
This free crochet pattern for a reversible potholder was originally published in the 1950s in Lily Pot Holders and Oven Mitts
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