V Stitch Waffle Pot Holders – Free Pattern
These V Stitch Waffle Pot Holders are a beautiful addition to your kitchen. The thick texture of this stitch will protect your hands when moving hot pots from one place to another.
They make beautiful gift sets paired with utensils or spice mixes. Use your scrap yarn leftovers from bigger projects to make a beautiful set of potholders and gift them to your friends.
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I used the v stitch waffle pattern to create these pot holders. Subscribe to Crafting Happiness YouTube Channel to save the video if you want to create bigger projects with this stitch.
Project Size/ Gauge
- 21.5cm by 21.5cm
- 7sts = 5cm in v stitch waffle
- pot holders
- household items
- gardenia or watermelon (for the single color one)
- 5mm crochet hook
- sewing needle with an eye big enough to fit your yarn
Pattern written in US terms using Craft Yarn Council abbreviations.
V Stitch Waffle Pot Holder Crochet Pattern
- ch3 at the beginning of the row counts as a dc
- the stitches contained within the ** are the repeat section
- the number at the end of each row is the number of stitches you should have
The V Stitch Square
Starting Chain: ch35
Row 1: 2dc in the 6th ch from hook, ch1, 2dc in the next ch, sk3, *2dc in the next ch, ch1, 2dc in the next ch*, repeat until you have 3ch left, sk2, dc in the last ch, turn = 33
Row 2: ch3, sk1, fpdc around the dc below, (dc, ch2, dc) in the ch1 space below, fpdc around the dc below, *sk2, fpdc around the dc below, (dc, ch2, dc) in the ch1 space below, fpdc around the dc below*, repeat in every ch1 space you have in the row below and until you have 2sts left, sk1, dc in the last st, turn = 33
Repeat row 2 until the potholder is 18cm tall (in my case 10 more rows), don’t fasten off.
Single Crochet Border
Continue from the corner where you finished your last row going, down the side.
Round 1: *2sc around each dc row*, repeat until you reach the next corner, 3sc in the corner, sc in each st across the bottom of the piece until you reach the next corner, 3sc in the corner, *2sc around each dc row*, repeat until you reach the next corner, 3sc in that corner, sc in each st along the top part of the piece until you reach the corner, 3sc in that corner, sl st in the first sc you made in this round, ch1, don’t turn
Round 2: *sc in each st along the side until you reach the corner st (the 2nd sc of the 3sc you previously made in the corner), 3sc in the corner st*, repeat on each side of the piece (4 times in total), sl st in the first sc you made in this round, ch8, sl st in the next st, fasten off, weave in the ends.
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