A simple double thickness potholder in single crochet, with lots of step by step photos especially geared for beginners. Gauge is not important, information on making in different sizes included in pattern.
Rnd 2-16: sc down one side of the potholder and back up the other side (in both loops of each stitch). Just crochet around and around and around. (Picture 1) This potholder looks really odd and turns in on itself. (Pictures 2 & 3) Eventually it will form a square that you can whipstitch together at the open seam!
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I have a link to a magic square crochet pattern. It is a very nice descriptive pattern with a lot of pictures so I know making one will be easy! This pattern calls for cotton yarn, but my mother-in-law made hers with acrylic. The one draw back with acrylic is that it can melt, but I have never had that problem with my potholder.
A magic square, which has a double thickness, is the perfect solution to that problem, and the pattern allows you to use any stitch you choose. Because you use cotton yarn, you can toss your inexpensive potholder into the washer if it gets soiled. Make a Single-Crochet Magic Square. Make a chain of 31 stitches.
With just yarn and a pair of crochet hooks, you can make a number of items, from stuffed animals to scarves to decorations. However, one of the most basic crocheted items is also one of the most useful: the humble potholder. A free pattern for crochet potholders makes the craft much easier to complete.