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Sturdy Six-Sided Potholder Designer: Mary Dixon © CP-0016

Sturdy Six-Sided Potholder Size: 7-1/2 inches

This potholder is made out of carpet warp. Carpet warp is thicker and sturdier than Cotton #10 thread. It is used as the backing for handmade carpets. It may be difficult for you to find carpet warp because it isn't sold in traditional craft stores. You CAN get it in stores with weaving products. If you still have trouble finding it, email Sharon and she'll tell you how to get it from her local yarn shop.

Materials
Cotton Carpet Warp.
Steel Crochet Hook Size #6.

Directions:

  • To begin, chain 6, sl st with first ch to form loop.
  • Ch 3, 11 dc in loop; sl st in top of first ch-3.
  • Ch 3, dc in top of first dc, 2 dc in next dc, ch 1. *2 dc in each of next two dc, ch 1.* Repeat between * until the circle is complete; sl st in top of ch-3. There should be 24 stitches in this circle (row).
  • Ch 3. *2 dc in first dc, dc in next two dc, then 2 dc in next dc, ch 1. Continue from * around circle, then sl st in top of ch3.*
  • Repeat between * until there are 10-14 rows, depending on desired size.

MAKE TWO COMPLETE PANELS; finish one panel leaving a 12" tail of extra string. Then use a contrasting color and put the two panels together with a sc through both panels' top dc; and 2 sc in each of the ch spaces.

At the beginning point, attach last sc to first sc with sl st. Pick up extra length and ch the two colors together to form loop of desired length. Finish off and pull extra lengths between panels to hide.


Pattern Copyright © 1998 Mary Dixon, grandmother to Sharon Devol. Reprinted with Permission.
NOTE: This pattern is for personal use only. Please do not reprint this pattern in any form without the copyright owner's permission. Pattern donated to Crochet Partners' Pattern Library and printed with permission. Every effort has been made to provide accurate and complete instructions. We cannot be responsible for your personal stitch variances, human errors, or typographical mistakes.


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