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Crochet Pattern: Ridged Chevron Potholders

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Pattern in English (US-terms) and Danish

Size: 20 x 17 cm
Hook: 3.5 mm
Skill level: Medium

These potholders are made in a zig-zag patterns, that forms a herringbone look, that is very modern. They are crocheted in rib (back loop), which makes them very thick. There is just nothing worse, than silly potholders, you can’t trust. These, you can trust ❤️

Get the KIT for this pattern here

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About this Crochet Pattern: Ridged Chevron Potholders

These potholders are made in a zig-zag patterns, that forms a herringbone look, that is very modern. They are crocheted in rib (back loop), which makes them very thick, so you avoid burning your fingers on the hot plates.

There is just nothing worse, than silly potholders, you can’t trust.

These, you can trust ❤️

This crochet pattern: Ridged Chevron Potholders is full of image instructions and explanatory texts, so it’s easy to go to. As a beginner, you can also easily get started with this pattern if you know the basic stitches like chains and single crochet. If there is any stitches you are in doubt about, don’t worry. On Milla Billa there is a lot of helpful videos. They are in Danish, but if you hit the subtitle-button in English, you can read along.

You can find help for the different stitches by clicking here.

For this Pattern you will need (it’s not included here):

Tools

Other info

  • Time to produce: 4.5 hours
  • Skill level: Medium
  • Size: 20 x 17 cm


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