Saturday, June 18, 2016

NEW PATTERN: The Vintage Crochet Potholder Pattern

I'm so delighted to share this new pattern with you today. It has a lot of love and heart in it and is inspired by my Grandma Eivor in Sweden, a woman who has influenced me more than I can imagine with her traditional Scandinavian artisan craft skills and lifestyle. Read more about the story behind my new Vintage Potholder Pattern here.

For more information about material and techniques, please read the pattern listing in shop.

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Vintage Potholder Pattern on ETSY
Vintage Potholder Pattern on RAVELRY
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The pattern holds 3 different front piece designs on a base. It is available in UK, US and Swedish terms, includes written pattern as well as Step-by-step instructions with pictures, tips and advice.

I think I've made a dozen potholders so far, it is such a neat and fun pattern to make. It is quick and has a high rated satisfaction grade. It doesn't take lots of yarn yardage and I'm sure you will be able to use up some cotton yarn scraps from your stash and turn them into delightful and colorful potholder creations. And the good thing is that potholders can happily be used as dish and wash cloths, as doilies and pot coasters as well. Who would have thought that a potholder could be so versatile. I hope you will enjoy this lovely and fun pattern as much as I do. Happy hooking!




  1. Great vintage style pot-holder patterns, Annette! They make such good presents too! Well done for making all those patterns in PDF format. Lots of hard work for you!

  2. Love your new potholder patterns, Annette. I always look forward to your posts and for a peek into your life. Your Rose Valley is such a lovely place to visit :)

  3. Love all of the potholders; so pretty and so versatile. My heart filled with joy when I read the story about your grandmother; it brought back remembrances of my grandmother who was farm grandmother that any child would love! Thank you so much for sharing your stories and your talents. What joy.

  4. Hi Annette,
    What a nice new pattern :-). You did a great job :-D
    Have a nice Sunday.

    Sweet greetings,

  5. They are lovely Annette!
    x Ellebel


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