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Easy Plaid Pot Holder COLLECTION - Crochet Patterns PDF

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This listing is for a printable PDF collection of 3 crochet patterns & includes charts as well as written instructions.

Plaid is an impressive design that is actually much simpler than it looks. If you have never tried it, I have a tutorial (video and photos) here. These pot holders / hot pads work up quickly using Bernat Handicrafter cotton (less than one small ball for each colour!). They make a fun addition of plaid to your kitchen.

Find the free patterns for these easy plaid crochet hot pads / pot holders here: teal, pink, yellow.

For this project you will need 3 colours of yarn. I used Bernat Handicrafter, which comes in many colours, and is cotton so is suitable for coming into contact with heat (acrylic yarns can melt). Two shades of one collar (lighter & darker) paired with a neutral colour always makes a lovely looking plaid.



  • Bernat Handicrafter Yarn, uses less than 1 small ball of each colour.

    • Teal:

      • A - Off White, B - Teal, C - Classic Navy

    • Pink:

      • A - Hot Pink, B - Coral Rose, C - Off White

    • Yellow:

      • A - Pale Yellow, B - Off White, C - Lemon Swirl (just the darker yellow)

  • Size 5.5mm crochet hook

  • Scissors

  • Tapestry needle

  • Steamer (optional)



(gauge is not really important, as long as your tension is consistent)


STITCHES USED (US Terminology):

Half Double Crochet (HDC), Slip Stitch (SL ST)

This listing is for a printable PDF collection of 3 patterns & includes charts as well as written instructions.

All patterns are in English, using US crochet terms. Please don't be shy if you have any questions! I will do my best to answer your queries. Take a look at my other crochet posts and YouTube channel for helpful tips & tutorials. You can find other patterns on my blog

For a step-by-step tutorial & video on how exactly to change colours & carry over yarn, click here.

Hope you like it, please let me know if you have any questions! And if you make it yourself, I would love if you share your version with me! Happy creating!

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