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Crochet Pink Potholder

Create a lovely pink potholder using the art of crochet. This handmade kitchen accessory will not only add a pop of color to your cooking space but also provide a practical solution for handling hot pots and pans. Crocheting a potholder allows you to customize the size, shape, and design to suit your personal style and needs. Whether you prefer a simple square potholder or a more intricate pattern, the possibilities are endless when it comes to crochet. The process of crocheting involves using a hook and yarn to create interlocking loops, resulting in a durable and heat-resistant fabric that is perfect for protecting your hands from burns in the kitchen. With a bit of practice and patience, you can master the art of crochet and produce beautiful potholders in various colors and designs to match your kitchen decor. So, grab your crochet hook, pick out some pretty pink yarn, and get ready to make a practical and stylish addition to your culinary collection.

Measurements
6-1/2" x 7"

MATERIALS:

Red Heart Super Saver - 4ply Worsted Weight Yarn (1 ounce of white and 1 ounce of pink)Hook Size KStitches: ch, fptr, rev sc, sc.

Difficulty: MEDIUM

R1: Holding two strands together throughout - (one strand of each color).
Ch16, Sc in the hump of the 2nd ch from the hook. Sc in the hump of each rem ch. (15sc)

R2: Ch1, turn. (Eyelet Row)
Sc in 1st st. (Ch1, sk next st, sc in next st) across.

R3: Ch1, turn. Sc in ea sc and in ea ch1 sp. (15sc)

R4: Ch1, turn. Sc in ea st across. (15sc)

R5: Ch1, turn.
Sc in first 2sts.
FpTr around the 2nd sc on the eyelet row.
Sk the next st on the working row.
* Sc in the next st on the working row.
FpTr around the next sc on the eyelet row.
Sk next st on the working row.
Sc in the next st on the working row.
Rep from * across to last st. Sc in the last st.

Rs 6-8: Ch1, turn. Sc in ea st.

R9: Ch1, turn. Sc in first 2sts.
FpTr around the first FpTr on the Eyelet Row.
Sk the next st on the working row.
Sc in the next st on the working row.
* FpTr around the next FpTr on the Eyelet Row.
Sk the next st on the working row.
Sc in the next st on the working row.
Rep from * across to the last st. Sc in the last st.

Rs 10-13: Rep Rs 6-9.

R14: Ch1, turn. Sc in ea st.

BORDER:

R1: Ch1, turn. Sc in ea st and row end around, placing 3sc in ea corner.

R2: Ch1, do not turn.
Rev Sc in ea st around. At the last corner, Ch6. Join with a sl st in the same corner to form a loop.
Ch1, do not turn. Work 12sc in the loop. Join with a sl st at the base of the loop.
Fasten off.

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