Kitchen Patterns to Knit and Crochet Kitchen Patterns for Knitting and Crocheting Placemats, Coasters, Tea Cozies, Potholders, Dishcloths, Scrubbies and More

Imagine how much more cozy, unique, charming and functional your kitchen could be if you were to knit and crochet some brand new placemats, coasters, tea cozies, potholders, dishcloths, and scrubbies. Sound appealing? If so, check out the following kitchen patterns. Most of the patterns on the list are free kitchen patterns — but we’ve also included some particularly outstanding kitchen patterns that are worth buying.

Potholder Patterns to Knit and Crochet

Potholders are fun and useful projects to knit and crochet. They’re ideal when you need quick gifts or when you want to try out new stitch patterns and color combinations. They’re also fantastic starter projects, as they’re quite forgiving of uneven stitches and mistakes. They don’t have to be beautiful to be useful — but of course, you can make some truly gorgeous potholders with either knitting or crochet. Enjoy the following free potholder patterns:

Free Hot Pad and Trivet Patterns

The potholders listed above can also be used as hot pads. Here are a few additional hot pad patterns and trivet patterns for you to consider.

Dishcloth Patterns to Knit and Crochet

Free Crochet Scrubbie Patterns

Scrubbies make dishwashing a snap! This scrubbie is one of the fastest and easiest patterns on the entire list of kitchen patterns to knit and crochet.
Scrubbies make dishwashing a snap! This scrubbie is one of the fastest and easiest patterns on the entire list of kitchen patterns to knit and crochet.

If you’re in need of a new scrubbie for getting the stuck-on gooey gunk off your pots and pans, I hope you’ll consider making your own rather than buying one at the store. I also hope you’ll feel good about the frugal aspects, the earth-friendly aspects, and the creative aspects of some of these projects — in many cases, you can upcycle plastic grocery bags or produce to use for making your scrubbies. This saves money PLUS keeps old bags out of the landfill, PLUS allows you to use your creativity, all at the same time.

Pictured above is one of the scrubbie patterns included on the list; it’s one of my favorites.

Kitchen Towels With Knitted or Crocheted Edgings

Kitchen towels are useful to have on hand. I like adding crocheted edgings to woven towels to make them extra special — but you could also add knitted edgings if you prefer. We offer patterns for both.

Placemat Patterns

Placemats add a touch of charm to your kitchen table, while at the same time protecting it from spills and scratches.

Coaster Patterns

Coasters come in handy in the kitchen and any other room in the home where people might want to set down a beverage. If you’re interested in making durable, washable coasters, crocheting them is a great idea.

Matching Kitchen Sets

Color Mix Afghan Stitch Crochet Projects: Kitchen Set With Potholders and Dishcloth
Color Mix Afghan Stitch Crochet Projects: Kitchen Set With Potholders and Dishcloth

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This page was last updated on 11-30-2018.

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