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CHAPTER 1

Kitchen


KITCHEN SECTION 1

10-Minute Coaster

Materials:

Worsted weight cotton

Crochet hook size G


Finished Size: About 4"


Triple Treble Crochet (trtr): yo 4 times, insert hook in st,

yo and draw through, (yo and draw through 2 loops) 5 times.

10-MINUTE COASTER

Designed by Priscilla Hewitt

Copyright © 2001 Priscilla’s Crochet


Ch 8; join with a sl st in the first ch to form a ring.


Round 1: Ch 7 to count as the first trtr and the first ch 1, (trtr

in the ring, ch 1) 19 times; join with a sl st in the 6th ch of the

beginning ch 7. (20 trtr & 20 ch-1 sps)


Round 2: Sl st into the first ch-1 sp, ch 1, sc in the same sp,

ch 3, (sc in the next ch-1 sp, ch 3) 19 times; join with a sl st in

the first sc. Fasten off. Weave in ends.

Happy Crocheting!

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KITCHEN SECTION 2

All-Crochet Towel &

Topper

Materials:

Worsted weight cotton yarn

Crochet hooks sizes G and H

A cute button

Needle and thread

With size G hook, ch 50.


Row 1: Sc in the 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across, ch

1, turn. (49 sc)

ALL-CROCHET TOWEL & TOPPER

Designed by Priscilla Hewitt

Copyright © 1999 Priscilla’s Crochet

Row 2: (Change to size H hook) sc in the first sc, (ch 1, skip

next sc, sc in the next sc) 24 times; ch 1, turn. (25 sc)


Row 3: Sc in the first sc and in the first ch 1 sp (ch 1, sc in the

next ch 1 sp) 23 times, sc in the last sc; ch 1, turn. (26 sc)


Row 4: Sc in the first sc (ch 1, sc in the next ch 1 sp) 23 times,

ch 1, sc in the last sc; ch 1, turn. (25 sc)


Rows 5-48: (Repeat rows 3 and 4) 22 times.


Row 49: Sc in each sc across; ch 1, turn. (25 sc)

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Row 50: (Change to size G hook) Sc in each sc across; ch 1,

turn. (25 sc)

Rows 51-60: (To decrease - draw up a loop in each of the two

indicated sc, yo, pull through all three loops on hook) Decrease

over the first 2 sc; sc in each sc across to within last 2

sc; decrease over last 2 sc; ch 1, turn.


Rows 61-76: Sc in each sc across; ch 1, turn. (5 sc)


Row 77: (Buttonhole) Sc in first sc, ch 3, skip next 3 sc, sc in

the last sc; ch 1, turn.


Row 78: Sc in the first sc, sc in each of the next 3 chs, sc in

the last sc; ch 1, turn.


Row 79: Decrease over the first 2 sc, sc in the next sc, dc over

the last 2 sc; ch 1, turn.


Edging and ties: Sc in 3 sc; sc in the sides of the sc along the

side of the piece 31 times (this should take you to the side of

row 48); ch 40, sl st in the 2nd ch from hook and in each ch

across (39 sl sts); sc in the sides of the sc along the side of the

towel 47 times (this should take you to the bottom corner of

the towel), work 2 more sc in the same st as the last sc; sc in

the base of the scs across the bottom of the towel 49 times; 3

sc in the side of the sc on row 1; sc in the side of the scs along

the side of the towel 46 times (this should take you to the side

of row 47); ch 40, sl st in the 2nd ch from hook and in each ch

across (39 sl sts); sc in the sides of the sc along the side of the

piece 31 times; join with a sl st to the first sc of the edging. Fasten

off.

Finishing: Weave in ends. Sew the button to the marked sc.

Put button through buttonhole. Tie the ties in the back of the

towel to keep folded.

Variations: Add stripes to the bottom of the towel by replacing

rows 2 and 3 (or 2, 3, 4 and 5) with rows of sc with size G

hook in contrasting colors of yarn. You can also make this

towel for any holiday by adding a holiday button.

Happy Crocheting!

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KITCHEN SECTION 3

Basic Apron

BASIC APRON


Designed by Priscilla Hewitt

Copyright © 2000 Priscilla’s Crochet

Materials:

About 1/2 cone of worsted weight cotton yarn

Crochet hook size H


Gauge: Rows 1-5 = 20” x 1 3/4”


To work a sc dc: Insert hook in first indicated st and pull up

a loop, insert hook in next st and pull up a loop, yo and pull

through all 3 remaining loops on hook.


To work a dc dec: Yo, insert hook in first indicated st and

pull up a loop, yo and pull through 2 loops on hook, yo, insert

hook in next st and pull up a loop, yo and pull through 2 loops

on hook, yo and pull through all 3 remaining loops on hook.

Apron


Ch 66.


Row 1: Sc in the 2nd ch from hook and in each remaining ch

across; ch 2, turn. (65 sc)

Note: the “ch 2” at the end of rows does NOT count as the

first dc of the next row.

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Row 2: Dc in ea. sc across; ch 1, turn. (65 dc) (Mark this as

right side.)


Row 3: Sc in ea. dc across; ch 2, turn. (65 sc)


Row 4: Dc in ea. sc across; ch 1, turn. (65 dc)


Rows 5-48: (Repeat rows 3 and 4) 22 times.


Row 49: Sc dec over first 2 sts, sc across to within the last 2

sts, sc dec over the last 2 sts, ch 2, turn. (63 sc)


Row 50: Dc dec over the first 2 sts, dc across to within the

last 2 sts, dc dec over the last 2 sts; ch 1, turn. (61 dc)


Rows 51-60: (Repeat rows 49 and 50) 10 times. You should

have 41 dc at the end of row 60.


Row 61: Sc in each sc across; ch 2, turn. (41 sc)

Row 62: Dc dec over the first 2 sts, dc across to within the

last 2 sts, dc dec over the last 2 sts; ch 1, turn. (39 dc)


Row 63: Sc in each sc across; ch 2, turn. (39 sc)


Rows 64-75: (Repeat rows 62 and 63) 6 times. You should

have 27 sc at the end of row 75.

Row 76: Sl st in each st across. (27 sl st’s)


Edging, Neck Strap and Ties


Round 1: Ch 100 (or length needed for neck strap - 100

works well for a man’s size), join with a sl st to the last sl st on

row 76 being careful not to twist ch; turn; ch 3 to count as the

first dc, skip first ch, dc in the next 99 ch’s; continuing around

apron, dc in the side of rows 76-49, working 1 dc in the side of

sc’s and 2 dc in the sides of dc’s; ch 102 for the first tie, dc in

the 3rd ch from hook and in each of the next 98 ch’s; continuing

around apron, dc in the side of rows 48-2, working 1 dc in

the side of sc’s and 2 dc in the sides of dc’s; 3 dc in the side of

row 1; dc in the base of each foundation ch across; 3 dc in the

side of row 1; dc in the side of rows 2-48, working 1 dc in the

side of sc’s and 2 dc in the sides of dc’s; ch 102 for the second

tie, dc in the 3rd ch from hook and in each of the next 98 ch’s;

dc in the side of rows 49-78, working 1 dc in the side of sc’s

and 2 dc in the sides of dc’s; join with a sl st to the top of the

beginning ch 3.


Round 2: Sl st in each st around, working around the ties by

first working sl st’s in the base of the foundation ch’s, then

working 2 sl st’s in the last dc, then working sl st’s in the tops

of the tie dc’s; join with a sl st to the first sl st. Fasten off.

Weave in ends.

Happy Crocheting!

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KITCHEN SECTION 4

Basic Gripper Towel Ring

This is a “gripper” towel ring because the towel is inserted between

two rings that make it difficult for the towel to slide off

the ring. You can use holiday buttons and colors to make

these for your holiday kitchen. They’re also handy on garden

carts, golf carts, BBQ grills, in the laundry room, in the garage,

in the car, for camping, etc.

Materials:

Worsted weight yarn (cotton or acrylic)

Crochet hook size G

Two 2” lucite rings

3/4” - 1” button

Needle and thread

Small towel

BASIC GRIPPER TOWEL RING


Designed by Priscilla Hewitt

Copyright © 2000 Priscilla’s Crochet

To work sc dec: (Insert hook in next st and pull up a loop) 2

times; yo and pull through all 3 remaining loops on hook.


Stack one lucite ring on top the other.


Round 1: Work 6 sc around both rings, ch 31, sc in the 2nd

ch from hook and in each ch across, work 2 sc around both

rings, turn; skip the first 2 sc’s, sc in each of the next 29 sc’s, 2

sc in the next sc, ch 1, turn; work 2 sc in the first sc, ch 3, skip

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next 3 sc, sc in each of the next 27 sc, work 2 sc around both

rings, turn; skip first 2 sc, sc in each of the next 27 sc, sc in

each of the next 3 ch’s, sc dec over the next 2 sc, ch 1, turn; sc

dec over the first 2 sts, sc in each of the next 29 sc; work 6 sc

around both rings; work 20 sc around the top ring ONLY; join

with a sl st to the first sc; turn.

Round 2: Sl st in each st around (ring AND strap); join with

a sl st to the first sl st. Fasten off. Weave in ends.

Finishing: Sew button to strap just above ring. Gently pull

two rings apart at the bottom and insert towel between rings.

Happy Crocheting!

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KITCHEN SECTION 5

Basic Oven Mitt

Crocheted with Lily Sugar 'n Cream Crafters Cotton or three

strands of worsted weight cotton held together, this mitt is

heavy but flexible and can be used for either right or left

hand.

BASIC OVEN MITT


Designed by Priscilla Hewitt

Copyright © 2000 Priscilla’s Crochet

Materials for one mitt:

About 3 ounces Lily Sugar ’n Cream Crafter’s Cotton OR

three 2-ounce skeins of worsted weight cotton

Boye hook size N (9.00 mm)

Needle and cotton sewing thread to match yarn


Gauge: Rounds 1-3 of the mitt = 3"


Finished size: About 10" long

Pattern note: Do not join rounds. Instead use a stitch

marker to mark the first stitch of each round.


Use either one strand of Crafter’s Cotton OR 3 strands of

worsted weight cotton held together.


Thumb


Ch 2.

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Round 1: Work 6 sc in the 2nd ch from hook. (6 sc)


Round 2: (Sc in the next 2 sc, 2 sc in the next sc) 2 times. (8

sc)


Rounds 3-6: Sc in each sc around. (8 sc) Fasten off at the

end of round 6.


Mitt


Starting at the top, ch 4; join with a sl st to the first ch to form

a ring.


Round 1: Work 6 sc in the ring. (6 sc)


Round 2: Work 2 sc in each sc around. (12 sc)


Round 3: (Sc in the next sc, 2 sc in the next sc) 6 times. (18

sc)


Rounds 4-13: Sc in each sc around. (18 sc)


Round 14: Sc in the next sc, sc in each of the first 6 sc on

round 6 of the thumb, skip last 2 sc on round 6 of the thumb,

skip next 2 sc on round 13 of the mitt, sc in each of the remaining

15 sc on the mitt. (22 sc)


Rounds 15-23: Sc in each sc around. (22 sc)


Round 24: Sl st loosely in each of the first 9 sc, ch 6, sl st in

the 6th ch from hook, sl st in the same sc as the last sl st

worked on the mitt, sl st in each of the last 13 sc; join with a sl

st to the first sl st. Fasten off.

Finishing


With matching cotton thread, sew the 2 skipped stitches on

the thumb to the 2 skipped stitches on the mitt. Weave in

ends.

Happy Crocheting!

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KITCHEN SECTION 6

CD Coasters or Trivets

Materials:

2 ounces worsted weight cotton yarn

Crochet hook size F or size needed to achieve gauge

Old CD


Gauge: Rounds 1-2 = 2 1/8”

CD COASTERS OR TRIVETS

Designed by Priscilla Hewitt

Copyright © 2000 Priscilla’s Crochet


Coaster or Trivet #1 (pictured on left)


Finished size: about 5 7/8" across


Ch 5; join with a sl st to form ring.


Round 1: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, work 11 more dc in the

ring; join with a sl st to the top of the beginning ch 3. (12 dc)


Round 2: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, fpdc around the first

dc, (dc in the next dc, fpdc around the same dc) around; join

with a sl st to the top of the beginning ch 3. (24 sts)


Round 3: (Fpsc around the next fpdc, ch 3, skip next dc) 12

times, ch 3; join with a sl st to the first fpsc. (12 ch-3 spaces)


Round 4: Working behind the ch-3 spaces on round 3, sl st

into the first skipped dc on round 2, ch 3 to count as the first

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dc, dc in the same sp; work 3 dc in each remaining skipped dc

on round 2, dc in the same st as the beginning dc; join with a

sl st to the top of the beginning ch 3. (36 dc)


Round 5: Ch 1, insert hook under ch-3 sp on round 3 directly

below and into the joining on round 4, complete sc, (ch 5, skip

2 dc on round 4, insert hook under next ch-3 sp on round 3

and into the next dc on round 4, complete sc) 11 times, ch 5;

join with a sl st to the first sc. (12 ch-5 spaces)


Round 6: Working behind the ch-5 spaces, sl st in the first

skipped dc on round 4, ch 4 to count as the first trc, trc in the

same sp, hdc in the next ch-5 sp on round 5, 2 trc in the next

skipped dc on round 4, (2 trc in the next skipped dc on round

4, hdc in the next ch-5 sp on round 5, 2 trc in the next skipped

dc on round 4) 11 times; join with a sl st to the top of the beginning

ch 4, ch 1, turn. (60 sts)


Round 7: Insert hook in same st as joining and pull up a

loop, insert hook in next st and pull up a loop, yo and pull

through all 3 remaining loops on hook, (insert hook in same st

and pull up a loop, insert hook in next st and pull up a loop, yo

and pull through all 3 remaining loops on hook) 58 times, insert

hook in same st and pull up a loop, insert hook in joining

and pull up a loop, yo and pull through all 3 remaining loops

on hook; join with a sl st to the first st. (60 completed sts) Fasten

off.

Coaster or Trivet #2 (pictured on right)


Finished size: about 5 7/8" across


Rounds 1-2: Work as rounds 1-2 of Piece A


Round 3: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, dc in the top of the

next fpdc, fpdc around the same fpdc, (dc in the next dc, dc in

the top of the next fpdc, fpdc around the same fpdc) 11 times;

join with a sl st to the top of the beginning ch 3. (36 sts)

Round 4: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, dc in the next dc, dc in

the top of the next fpdc, fpdc around the same fpdc, (dc in

each of the next 2 dc, dc in the top of the next fpdc, fpdc

around the same fpdc) 11 times; join with a sl st to the top of

the beginning ch 3. (48 sts)

Round 5: Sl st in the next dc, ch 3 to count as the first dc,

work 4 more dc in the same st, skip next dc, fpsc around the

next fpdc, (skip next dc, 5 dc in the next dc, skip next dc, fpsc

around the next fpdc) 11 times; join with a sl st to the top of

the beginning ch 3. (12 5-dc shells)


Round 6: Ch 1, sl st around the post of the beginning ch 3 on

round 5, inserting hook from back to front to back, ch 3 to

count as the first bpdc, bphdc around the next dc, bpsc

around the the next dc, bphdc around the the next dc, bpdc

around the the next dc, skip the next fpsc, (bpdc around the

next dc, bphdc around the next dc, bpsc around the post of the

next dc, bphdc around the post of the next dc, bpdc around

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the post of the next dc, skip the next fpsc) 11 times; join with a

sl st to the top of the beginning ch 3. (60 sts) Fasten off.

Three methods to finish your coaster or trivet

Method 1 - Reversible Coaster or Trivet


Place the wrong sides of both pieces together. Sl st together

through the back loop only of both pieces halfway around. Insert

CD, then sl st closed.

Method 2 - Removable Coaster or Trivet Cover back

Round 3: (Sc in each of the next 6 sc, sc dec over the next 2

sc) 12 times. (42 sc)


Round 4: (Sc in each of the next 5 sc, sc dec over the next 2

sc) 12 times; join with a sl st to the first sc. (36 sc) Fasten off.

Weave in ends.

Piping: Join yarn with a sl st to any unworked front loop on

round 1; sl st in each unworked front loop around; join with a

sl st to the first sl st. Fasten off. Weave in ends.


Finishing: Insert CD into cover. The piping should mark the

edge of the CD. Thread yarn needle with round elastic cord.

Weave elastic through the stitches on round 4. Pull ends of

elastic to tighten slightly, making sure you can still remove the

CD. Knot elastic securely. You can secure the knot with a few

stitches, or a drop of washable glue or clear nail polish.

back

Round 1: Attach yarn with a sl st in the back loop only of any

st on the last round of the piece.Working in the back loop

only, (sc in each of the next 8 sts, sc dec over the next 2 sts) 12

times; do not join; use a marker to mark the first st of each remaining

round. (54 sc)


Round 2: Working through both loops, (sc in each of the

next 7 sc, sc dec over the next 2 sc) 12 times. (48 sc)

Method 3 - Plain Backing for Coaster or Trivet

Make this separate back piece:


Ch 5; join with a sl st to the first ch to form ring

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Round 1: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, work 11 more dc in the

ring; join with a sl st to the top of the beginning ch 3. (12 dc)


Round 2: ch 3 to count as the first dc, dc in the same st as

joining, work 2 dc in each remaining dc around; join with a sl

st to the top of the beginning ch 3. (24 dc)


Round 3: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, 2 dc in the next dc, (dc

in the next dc, 2 dc in the next dc) 11 times; join with a sl st to

the top of the beginning ch 3. (36 dc)


Round 4: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, dc in the next dc, 2 dc

in the next dc, (dc in each of the next 2 dc, 2 dc in the next dc)

11 times; join with a sl st to the top of the beginning ch 3. (48

dc)


Round 5: Ch 2 to count as the first hdc, hdc in each of the 2

next dc, 2 hdc in the next dc, (hdc in each of the next 3 dc, 2

hdc in the next dc) 11 times; join with a sl st to the top of the

beginning ch 2. (60 hdc) Place the wrong sides of the front

piece and the back piece together. Sl st together through the

back loop only of both pieces halfway around. Insert CD, then

sl st closed.

Happy Crocheting!

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KITCHEN SECTION 7

Checkerboard Potholder

Materials:

Worsted weight cotton yarn - 1oz. each of colors A, B, and C

Straight pins

Yarn needle

Crochet hook size G


Gauge: 5 sc = about 1 1/2” (not really important)

CHECKERBOARD POTHOLDER

Designed by Priscilla Hewitt

Copyright © 1999 Priscilla’s Crochet

Strips

Make 5 of these in color A and 5 in color B:


With color A or B and size G hook, ch 6.


Row 1: Sc in the 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across; ch

1, turn. (5 sc) (Mark row 1 with a straight pin - this is the right

side of the work.)


Row 2: Sc in each sc across; ch 1, turn. (5 sc)


Rows 3 - 24: Repeat row 2.


Row 25: Sc in each sc across; fasten off. Weave in ends.

Border

With color C and size G hook, ch 101.

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Row 1: Sc in the 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across; ch

1, turn. (100 sc)


Row 2: Sc in each sc across; ch 1, turn. (100 sc)


Rows 3 & 4: Repeat row 2.


Row 5: Sc in each sc across; fasten off. Weave in ends.


Using short pieces of contrasting yarn for markers, count and

mark the piece (by pulling the piece of marker yarn through)

in these three places: between stitches 25 & 26; between

stitches 50 & 51; between stitches 75 & 76.

Ring

With color C and size G hook, ch 10; join with a sl st to the 1st

ch to form a ring.

Round 1: Work 15 sc in ring; join with a sl st to the 1st sc.


Round 2: Sl st in each sc around; join with a sl st to the 1st sl

st; fasten off. Weave in ends.

Assembly


Step 1: Lay your 5 strips in color A side by side, with right

sides up and the marked row at the bottom to form a “square”.

Remove marker pins.

Step 2: Using your first strip in color B (right side up and

marked row to the right), weave the strip over and under the

strips from step 1, pinning as necessary to keep in all together.

(This is just like the construction paper weaving we did in elementary

school.) Continue weaving and pinning with all the

strips in color B until you have a “checkerboard” square. With

color C and working through both layers of the strips, work

100 sc evenly around the square (25 sc on each side) to hold it

together. Remove pins.

Step 3: The long piece we made in color C is the border for

the “checkerboard” square, and forms a rolled hem. Lay one

end of the long border piece at any corner of the “checkerboard”

square, and pin. The marked stitches of the border

piece indicate where the border piece should be pinned to the

corners of the square. Continue pinning the border piece

around the square until the entire square is “framed” by the

border piece.The beginning and end of the border piece

should meet in the first corner of the square.This is the front

side of the piece.

Step 4: Turn the work over to the back side. Fold the border

piece over to the back side and pin all the way around.

Step 5: Thread your yarn needle with a long piece of color C

yarn. Beginning at the corner where the ends of the border

piece meet, sew the border piece to the square, going through

all layers of the square and both sides of the border piece. Continue

sewing until you reach the corner where the two border

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piece ends meet; sew the ends of the border piece together. Do

not fasten off.

Step 6: Sew the ring made in color C to the corner where the

border pieces are sewn together. Knot and cut yarn. Remove

all pins. Weave in ends.

Happy Crocheting!

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KITCHEN SECTION 8

Coiled Trivets

COILED TRIVETS

Designed by Priscilla Hewitt


Copyright ©2001 Priscilla’s Crochet

Materials:

About 2 - 2 1/2" ounces worsted weight cotton yarn in a

main color (MC)

Optional: about 1/2 ounce of a contrasting color (CC)

Crochet hook size G (4.00 mm) or size needed to achieve

gauge


Gauge: Rounds 1-4 = about 2 1/4"


Finished size: About 7" across

With MC, ch 4; join with a sl st in the first ch to form a ring.


Round 1: Work 6 sc in the ring; do not join rounds. Instead,

use a stitch marker to mark the first st of each round. (6 sc)


Round 2: Working in the back loop only, work 2 sc in each sc

around. (12 sc)


Round 3: Working in the back loop only, (sc in the next sc, 2

sc in the next sc) 6 times. (18 sc)


Round 4: Working in the back loop only, (sc in each of the

next 2 sc, 2 sc in the next sc) 6 times. (24 sc)

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Round 5: Working in the back loop only, (sc in each of the

next 3 sc, 2 sc in the next sc) 6 times. (30 sc)


Round 6: Working in the back loop only, (sc in each of the

next 4 sc, 2 sc in the next sc) 6 times. (36 sc)


Round 7: Working in the back loop only, (sc in each of the

next 5 sc, 2 sc in the next sc) 6 times. (42 sc)


Round 8: Working in the back loop only, (sc in each of the

next 6 sc, 2 sc in the next sc) 6 times. (48 sc)


Round 9: Working in the back loop only, (sc in each of the

next 7 sc, 2 sc in the next sc) 6 times. (54 sc)


Round 10: Working in the back loop only, (sc in each of the

next 8 sc, 2 sc in the next sc) 6 times. (60 sc)


Round 11: Working in the back loop only, (sc in each of the

next 9 sc, 2 sc in the next sc) 6 times. (66 sc)


Round 12: Working in the back loop only, (sc in each of the

next 10 sc, 2 sc in the next sc) 6 times. (72 sc)

Round 13: Working in the back loop only, (sc in each of the

next 11 sc, 2 sc in the next sc) 6 times. (78 sc)


Round 14: Working in the back loop only, (sc in each of the

next 12 sc, 2 sc in the next sc) 6 times; ch 2, turn. (84 sc)

Pattern note: Rounds 1-14 form the base of the trivet.

The thickness stitches are worked into the unworked front

loops (which form a spiral) of each stitch.


Round 15: Work a hdc in the back loop only of each of the

first 83 sc, hdc in the unworked loop of each of the next 546

sc. (These 546 sts are worked on top of the base and should

end in the center of the trivet.) (629 hdc) Ch 1, turn if using

just one color. If using a contrasting color, fasten off and turn.

Round 16: (If using a contrasting color, attach yarn with a sl

st in the hdc in he center of the trivet) sl st in each hdc

around. (629 sl sts)


Round 17: (Insert hook into the back loop only of the next sl

st and into the next unworked back loop on round 15; pull

yarn through both loops and through loop on hook) 83 times;

join with a sl st to the first sl st. Fasten off. Weave in ends.

Happy Crocheting!

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KITCHEN SECTION 9

Country Girl Towel Ring

COUNTRY GIRL TOWEL RING

Designed by Priscilla Hewitt

Copyright © 2000 Priscilla’s Crochet

Materials:

Worsted weight cotton yarn color A = same color as towel,

color B = hair color, color C = white or natural

Crochet hook size G

Colored kitchen towel

Two 2” lucite rings

One 2 1/8” velour powderpuff

Two 4mm black beads for eyes

Pink embroidery floss

Powder blush

Small artist’s paintbrush

Hot glue

1” Lucite ring

Small silk flower


To work loop st: Insert hook in indicated st, wrap yarn

twice around index finger holding work, insert hook into two

loops formed by finger, yo and pull up a loop, yo and pull

through both remaining loops on hook.

Head


Stack one lucite ring on top of the other. With color C work 15

sc around both rings, then 20 sc around the top ring only, join

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with a sl st to the first sc; turn. (The unworked 1/2 ring is the

back.)

Collar


Row 1: Sl st in each of the first 5 sc, ch 3 to count as the first

dc, dc in each of the next 11 sc leaving the remainder of

stitches unworked; ch 1, turn.

Row 2: Sc in the first dc, (ch 3, sc in the next dc) 11 times. Fasten

off.


Hair


Row 1: From the back, join color B with a sl st in the first unworked

sc on head, ch 1, loop st in the same st, loop st in each

of next 18 unworked sc, loop st in each of the next 4 sl st’s; fasten

off. (23 loop st’s)


Row 2: From the back, join color B with a sl st in the first

loop st on row 1, ch 1, loop st in the same st, loop st in each

loop st across, fasten off. (23 loop st’s)

Arms


With color A, ch 37.


Row 1: Dc in the 4th ch from hook and in each of the next 13

ch’s, sc in each of the next 5 ch’s, dc in each of the last 15 ch’s;

ch 3, turn.


Rows 2-3: Skip first dc, dc in each of the next 14 dc, sc in

each of the next 5 sc, dc in each of the last 15 dc; ch 1, turn.


Row 4: Fold arms lengthwise to form a tube, matching

stitches of row 3 to foundation chain, sl st through both the

first 15 dc of row 3 AND the foundation ch to join, ch 3, matching

stitches of row 3 to foundation chain, sl st through both

the last 15 dc of row 3 AND the foundation ch to join. Fasten

off.


Skirt Ruffle (towel trim)


With color C make a ch the same length as the width of your

towel, then ch 2 more.


Row 1: Dc in the 4th ch from hook and in each ch across; ch

1, turn.


Row 2: Sc in the first dc, (ch 3, sc in the next dc) across. Fasten

off. Sew to bottom hem of towel.


Hair Bow


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With color A, ch 12, sl st in the 8th ch from hook, ch 8, sl st in

the 8th ch from hook, ch 4, fasten off.


Flower Doily


With color C, ch 4; join with a sl st to form ring.


Round 1: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, work 11 more dc in the

ring; join with a sl st to the top of the beginning ch 3.


Round 2: Ch 1, sc in same st as joining, (ch 3, sc in the next

dc) 11 times, ch 3, join with a sl st to the first sc. Hot glue

flower to flower doily.


Face


Sew black beads to powder puff for eyes. Embroider mouth

with embroidery floss. Using artist’s brush, apply a little powdered

blush to cheeks; blend well.

Assembly


Weave in all ends. Push loop st hair away from ring. Hot glue

powder puff face to the top ring. Arrange hair around face.

Sew one each end of the arms underneath each side of the collar.

Sew bow to hair. Sew flower doily to “hands”. Sew 1” ring

to back for hanging.

Happy Crocheting!

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KITCHEN SECTION 10

Country Star Coaster

Materials:

Small amount of worsted weight yarn (acrylic or cotton)

Crochet hook size D


Gauge: Rounds 1-2 of the back piece = about 2”


Finished size: About 4 1/2” from point to point

COUNTRY STAR COASTER

Designed by Priscilla Hewitt

Copyright © 2000 Priscilla’s Crochet


Ch 5; join with a sl st to the first ch to form a ring.


Round 1: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, work 14 more dc in the

ring; join with a sl st to the top of the beginning ch 3. (15 dc)


Round 2: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, dc in the same st as

joining, work 2 dc in each remaining dc around; join with a sl

st to the top of the beginning ch 3. (30 dc)


Round 3: Ch 1, sc in the same st as joining, hdc in the next st,

dc in the next st, 3 trc in the next st, dc in the next st, hdc in

the next st, (sc in the next st, hdc in the next st, dc in the next

st, 3 trc in the next st, dc in the next st, hdc in the next st) 4

times; join with a sl st in the first sc. (40 sts)


Round 4: (Sc in the next hdc, hdc in the next dc, dc in the

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next trc, 5 trc in the next trc, dc in the next trc, hdc in the next

dc, sc in the next hdc, skip the next sc) 5 times; join with a sl

st in the first sc. (55 sts) Fasten off. Weave in ends.

Happy Crocheting!

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SECTION 11

Country Heart Coaster

Materials:

2 ounces of worsted weight cotton yarn (makes a set of 4

coasters)

Crochet hook size G (4.00 mm)

Heart


Ch 2.


Row 1: Sc in the second ch from hook; ch 1, turn.


COUNTRY HEART COASTER

Designed by Priscilla Hewitt

Copyright © 1999 Priscilla’s Crochet

Row 2: 2 sc in the sc on row 1; ch 1, turn.


Row 3: 2 sc in each sc; ch 1, turn.


Row 4: 2 sc in the first sc, sc in each of the next 2 sc, 2 sc in

the last sc; ch 1, turn.


Row 5: 2 sc in the first sc, sc in each of the next 4 sc, 2 sc in

the last sc; ch 1, turn.


Row 6: 2 sc in the first sc, sc in each of the next 6 sc, 2 sc in

the last sc; ch 1, turn.


Row 7: Sc in each sc across (10 sc); ch 1, turn.

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Row 8: 2 sc in the first sc, sc in each of the next 8 sc, 2 sc in

the last sc; ch 1, turn.


Row 9: Sc in each sc across (12 sc); ch 1, turn.


Row 10: 2 sc in the first sc, sc in each of the next 10 sc, 2 sc in

the last sc; ch 1, turn.


Rows 11- 13: Sc in each sc across (14 sc); ch 1, turn.


Row 14: Decrease over the first 2 sc (to decrease, draw up a

loop in each of the two indicated stitches; yo, draw through all

three loops), sc in the next 5 sc (leave the rest of the stitches

unworked); ch 1, turn.


Row 15: Decrease over first 2 sc, sc in the next 4 sc; ch 1,

turn.


Row 16: Decrease over the first 2 sc, sc in the next sc, decrease

over the last 2 sc. Fasten off.


Second lobe of heart


Row 14: Attach yarn with a sc in the first unworked sc of row

13, sc in the next 4 sc, decrease over the last 2 sc; ch 1, turn.

Edging


Round 1: Continue working sc all around the perimeter of

the heart. Join with a sl st to the first sc.


Round 2: (Ch 1, sl st in the next sc) in each sc around. Fasten

off. Weave in ends.

Happy Crocheting!

Row 15: Sc in the first 4 sc, decrease over the last 2 sc; ch 1,

turn Row 16: Decrease over the first 2 sc, sc in the next sc, decrease

over the last 2 sc. Do not fasten off.

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KITCHEN SECTION 12

Daisy or Sunflower Kitchen

Set

You can use brown for the flower center and yellow for the

petals to make this a sunflower set.

Towel Ring

DAISY OR SUNFLOWER KITCHEN SET


Designed by Priscilla Hewitt

Copyright © 2000 Priscilla’s Crochet

Materials:

Worsted weight cotton (color A = flower center, color B =

petals)

Two 2” lucite rings

Button to match color C

Needle

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Crochet hook size G


Using color A, ch 5, join with a sl st to form ring.


Round 1: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, work 14 more dc in

ring; join with a sl st to the top of the beginning ch 3. (15 dc)


Round 2: Place one lucite ring on top of the other. Ch 1, insert

hook in same st as joining AND through both lucite rings

then complete sc, insert hook in the same st and through both

lucite rings and complete sc, (insert hook in the next dc and

through both lucite rings and complete sc, insert hook in the

same st and through both lucite rings and complete sc) 6

times; (insert hook in the next dc and through the top lucite

ring only and complete sc, insert hook in the same st and

through the top lucite ring only and complete sc) 7 times; join

with a sl st to the first sc. (30 sc) Fasten off color A.

Note: This round will leave half of the bottom lucite ring unworked.

See back detail illustration.

Back detail

Round 3: Join color B with a sl st in any sc on round 2, ch 5,

sc in the 2nd ch from hook, hdc in the next ch, dc in the next

ch, sc in the next ch, *sl st in the next sc on round 2, ch 5, sc in

the 2nd ch from hook, hdc in the next ch, dc in the next ch, sc

in the next ch.* Repeat from * to * around; join with a sl st to

the first sl st. Fasten off color B.

Hanger

Pattern Note: To work sc dec: (Insert hook in next st and

pull up a loop) 2 times; yo and pull through all 3 remaining

loops on hook.


Ch 31.


Row 1: Sc in the 2nd ch from hook and in each remaining ch

across; ch 1, turn.

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Row 2: Sc in each of the next 29 sc, 2 sc in the last sc; ch 1,

turn.


Row 3: 2 sc in the first st, ch 3, skip next 3 sc, sc in each of

the next 27 sc; ch 1, turn.


Row 4: Sc in each of the next 27 sc, sc in each of the 3 ch’s, sc

dec over the next 2 sc’s; ch 1, turn.


Row 5: Sc dec over the first 2 sts, sc in each of the next 29 sc.

Fasten off, leaving a 12” tail for sewing.


Finishing: Thread yarn needle with yarn tail on hanger; sew

securely to the top of the towel ring. (See back detail illustration)

Sew button to the back of the hanger, just above the ring.

Coaster


Using color A, ch 5, join with a sl st to form ring.


Round 1: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, work 14 more dc in

ring; join with a sl st to the top of the beginning ch 3. (15 dc)

Round 2: Ch 1, 2 hdc in each dc around; join with a sl st to

the first hdc. (30 hdc) Fasten off color A.


Round 3: Join color B with a sl st in any hdc on round 2, ch

5, sc in the 2nd ch from hook, hdc in the next ch, dc in the

next ch, sc in the next ch, *sl st in the next hdc on round 2, ch

5, sc in the 2nd ch from hook, hdc in the next ch, dc in the

next ch, sc in the next ch.* Repeat from * to * around; join

with a sl st to the first sl st. Fasten off color B.

Napkin Ring

Materials:

Worsted weight cotton (color A = flower center, color B =

petals)

Crochet hook size G

Materials:

Worsted weight cotton

(color A = flower center, color B = petals)

2” lucite ring

Crochet hook size G

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Round 1: With color A, work 30 sc around lucite ring. Fasten

off color A.

Round 2: Join color B with a sl st in any sc on round 2, ch 5,

sc in the 2nd ch from hook, hdc in the next ch, dc in the next

ch, sc in the next ch, *sl st in the next sc on round 2, ch 5, sc in

the 2nd ch from hook, hdc in the next ch, dc in the next ch, sc

in the next ch.* Repeat from * to * around; join with a sl st to

the first sl st. Fasten off color B.

Dishcloth

(color A = flower center, color B = petals)

Crochet hook size H


With color A, ch 4; join with a sl st to form ring.


Round 1: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, work 11 more dc in the

ring; join with a sl st to the top of the beginning ch 3. (12 dc)

Round 2: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, dc in the same st,

work 2 dc in each remaining dc around; join with a sl st to the

top of the beginning ch 3. (24 dc)


Round 3: Repeat round 2. (48 dc) Fasten off color A.

Round 4: Join color B with a sl st in any dc, ch 3 to count as

the first dc, dc in the same st, ch 1, skip next 3 dc, (3 dc in the

next dc, ch 1, skip next 3 dc) 11 times, dc in the same st as beginning

dc; join with a sl st to the top of the beginning ch 3.

Materials:

Worsted weight cotton

Round 5: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, 2 dc in the next dc, ch

1, (2 dc in the next dc, dc in the next dc, 2 dc in the next dc, ch

1) 11 times, 2 dc in the next dc; join with a sl st to the top of

the beginning ch 3.


Round 6: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, dc in each of the next

2 dc, ch 2, (dc in each of the next 5 dc, ch 2) 11 times, dc in

each of the next 2 dc; join with a sl st to the top of the beginning

ch 3.

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Round 7: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, (yo, insert hook in the

next st, yo and pull up a loop, yo and pull through 2 loops) ) 2

times, yo and pull through all 3 remaining loops on hook (dc

dec made), ch 2, dc in the next ch 2 sp, ch 2, *dc dec over the

next 2 dc, dc in the next dc, dc dec over the next 2 dc, ch 2, dc

in the next ch 2 sp, ch 2* repeat from * to * 10 times, dc dec

over the next 2 dc; join with a sl st to the top of the beginning

ch 3.

Round 8: Sl st in the first st and into the next ch 2 sp, ch 5 to

count as the first dc and the first ch 2, dc in the next ch 2 sp,

ch 2 (yo, insert hook in the next st, yo and pull up a loop, yo

and pull through 2 loops) 3 times, yo and pull through all 4 remaining

loops on hook (dc cluster made), ch 2, *(dc in the

next ch 2 sp, ch 2) 2 times, dc cluster over the next 3 dc, ch 2*

Repeat from * to * 10 times; join with a sl st to the third ch of

the beginning ch 5.

Round 9: Sl st into the next ch 2 sp, ch 1, sc in the same sp,

ch 3, (dc in the next ch 2 sp, ch 3) around; join with a sl st to

the first sc. Fasten off. Weave in ends.

Hot Pad

Materials:

Worsted weight cotton

(color A = flower center, color B = petals)

Crochet hook size G


Make 2 - With color A, ch 4; join with a sl st to form ring.


Round 1: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, work 11 more dc in the

ring; join with a sl st to the top of the beginning ch 3. (12 dc)

Round 2: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, dc in the same st,

work 2 dc in each remaining dc around; join with a sl st to the

top of the beginning ch 3. (24 dc)


Round 3: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, work 2 dc in the next

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dc, (dc in the next dc, 2 dc in the next dc) 11 times; join with a

sl st to the top of the beginning ch 3. (36 dc)

Round 4: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, dc in the next dc, work

2 dc in the next dc, (dc in each of the next 2 dc, 2 dc in the

next dc) 11 times; join with a sl st to the top of the beginning

ch 3. (48 dc) Fasten off.


Round 5: With wrong sides together, sc through each st of

both layers of the center circles to join (for double thickness);

join with a sl st to the first sc. (48 sc) Fasten off color A.

Round 6: Join color B with a sc in any sc, (ch 8, sc in the 2nd

ch from hook, hdc in the next ch, dc in each of the next 3 ch’s,

hdc in the next ch, sc in the next ch, sc in the next sc on round

5) 48 times; join with a sl st to the first sc. Fasten off. Weave

in ends.

Pot Holder

Materials:

Worsted weight cotton

(color A = flower center, color B = petals)

Crochet hook size E


Work as for hot pad through round 6.


Round 7: Join color B with a sl st in the sc at the tip of any

petal, ch 2, (sl st in the sc at the tip of the next petal, ch 2)

around; ch 16, join with a sl st to the 15th ch from hook, sl st

in each remaining ch; join with a sl st to the beginning sl st.

Fasten off. Weave in ends.

Fridgie

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Materials:

Worsted weight cotton

(color A = flower center, color B = petals)

Crochet hook size E

Small magnet and glue


With color A, ch 4, join with a sl st to form ring.

Round 1: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, work 11 more dc in the

ring. Fasten off color A.


Round 2: Join color B with a sc in any dc, ch 4, sc in the 2nd

ch from hook, dc in the next ch, sc in the next ch, (sc in the

next dc on round 1, ch 4, sc in the 2nd ch from hook, dc in the

next ch, sc in the next ch) around; join with a sl st to the first

sc. Fasten off. Weave in ends. Glue magnet to the back of

round 1.

Happy Crocheting!

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KITCHEN SECTION 13

Diagonal Stripes Dishcloth

Materials:

About 1 ounce each of three colors of worsted weight cotton

yarn (colors A, B and C)

Crochet hook size H (5.00 mm)

Gauge: Rows 1-8 = a triangle with two 4" sides and a 5 3/4"

side


Finished size: 11" x 11"

DIAGONAL STRIPES DISHCLOTH


Designed by Priscilla Hewitt


Copyright © 2001 Priscilla’s Crochet


With color A, ch 2.


Row 1: (Hdc, dc, hdc) in the 2nd ch from hook; ch 1 loosely,

turn. (3 sts)


Row 2: (Hdc, dc) in the first hdc, sc in the next dc, (dc, hdc)

in the last hdc; ch 1 loosely, turn. (5 sts)

Row 3: (Hdc, dc) in the first hdc, sc in the next dc, dc in the

next sc, sc in the next dc, (dc, hdc) in the last hdc; ch 1 loosely,

turn. (7 sts)


Row 4: (Hdc, dc) in the first hdc, sc in the next dc, (dc in the

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next sc, sc in the next dc) 2 times, (dc, hdc) in the last hdc; ch

1 loosely, turn. (9 sts)

Row 5: (Hdc, dc) in the first hdc, sc in the next dc, (dc in the

next sc, sc in the next dc) 3 times, (dc, hdc) in the last hdc; ch

1 loosely, turn. (11 sts)


Row 6: (Hdc, dc) in the first hdc, sc in the next dc, (dc in the

next sc, sc in the next dc) 4 times, (dc, hdc) in the last hdc; ch

1 loosely, turn. (13 sts)

Row 7: (Hdc, dc) in the first hdc, sc in the next dc, (dc in the

next sc, sc in the next dc) 5 times, (dc, hdc) in the last hdc; ch

1 loosely, turn. (15 sts)


Row 8: (Hdc, dc) in the first hdc, sc in the next dc, (dc in the

next sc, sc in the next dc) 6 times, dc, in the last hdc, yo, insert

hook in the same hdc and pull up a loop, pull a loop of color B

through all 3 remaining loops on hook to change color; ch 1

loosely, turn. (17 sts) Cut color A and tie yarn tail to color B.

Row 9: (Hdc, dc) in the first hdc, sc in the next dc, (dc in the

next sc, sc in the next dc) 7 times, (dc, hdc) in the last hdc; ch

1 loosely, turn. (19 sts)


Row 10: (Hdc, dc) in the first hdc, sc in the next dc, (dc in the

next sc, sc in the next dc) 8 times, (dc, hdc) in the last hdc; ch

1 loosely, turn. (21 sts)

Row 11: (Hdc, dc) in the first hdc, sc in the next dc, (dc in the

next sc, sc in the next dc) 9 times, (dc, hdc) in the last hdc; ch

1 loosely, turn. (23 sts)


Row 12: (Hdc, dc) in the first hdc, sc in the next dc, (dc in the

next sc, sc in the next dc) 10 times, (dc, hdc) in the last hdc; ch

1 loosely, turn. (25 sts)


Row 13: (Hdc, dc) in the first hdc, sc in the next dc, (dc in the

next sc, sc in the next dc) 11 times, (dc, hdc) in the last hdc; ch

1 loosely, turn. (27 sts)


Row 14: (Hdc, dc) in the first hdc, sc in the next dc, (dc in the

next sc, sc in the next dc) 12 times, (dc, hdc) in the last hdc; ch

1 loosely, turn. (29 sts)


Row 15: (Hdc, dc) in the first hdc, sc in the next dc, (dc in the

next sc, sc in the next dc) 13 times, (dc, hdc) in the last hdc; ch

1 loosely, turn. (31 sts)


Row 16: (Hdc, dc) in the first hdc, sc in the next dc, (dc in the

next sc, sc in the next dc) 14 times, dc, in the last hdc, yo, insert

hook in the same hdc and pull up a loop, pull a loop of

color C through all 3 remaining loops on hook to change color;

ch 1 loosely, turn. (33 sts) Cut color B and tie yarn tail to color

C.


Row 17: (Hdc, dc) in the first hdc, sc in the next dc, (dc in the

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next sc, sc in the next dc) 15 times, (dc, hdc) in the last hdc; ch

1 loosely, turn. (35 sts)


Row 18: (Hdc, dc) in the first hdc, sc in the next dc, (dc in the

next sc, sc in the next dc) 16 times, (dc, hdc) in the last hdc; ch

1 loosely, turn. (37 sts)


Row 19: (Hdc, dc) in the first hdc, sc in the next dc, (dc in the

next sc, sc in the next dc) 17 times, (dc, hdc) in the last hdc; ch

1 loosely, turn. (39 sts)


Row 20: (Hdc, dc) in the first hdc, sc in the next dc, (dc in

the next sc, sc in the next dc) 18 times, (dc, hdc) in the last

hdc; ch 1 loosely, turn. (41 sts)


Row 21: Sc in the first hdc, skip the next dc, dc in the next sc,

(sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) 18 times, skip the next dc,

sc in the next hdc; ch 1 loosely, turn. (39 sts)


Row 22: Sc in the first sc, skip the next dc, dc in the next sc,

(sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) 17 times, skip the next dc,

sc in the next sc; ch 1 loosely, turn. (37 sts)


Row 23: Sc in the first sc, skip the next dc, dc in the next sc,

(sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) 16 times, skip the next dc,

sc in the next sc; ch 1 loosely, turn. (35 sts)


Row 24: Sc in the first sc, skip the next dc, dc in the next sc,

(sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) 15 times, skip the next dc,

insert hook in next sc and pull up a loop, pull a loop of color B

through both remaining loops on hook to change color; ch 1

loosely, turn. (33 sts) Cut color C and tie yarn tail to color B.


Row 25: Sc in the first sc, skip the next dc, dc in the next sc,

(sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) 14 times, skip the next dc,

sc in the next sc; ch 1 loosely, turn. (31 sts)


Row 26: Sc in the first sc, skip the next dc, dc in the next sc,

(sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) 13 times, skip the next dc,

sc in the next sc; ch 1 loosely, turn. (29 sts)


Row 27: Sc in the first sc, skip the next dc, dc in the next sc,

(sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) 12 times, skip the next dc,

sc in the next sc; ch 1 loosely, turn. (27 sts)


Row 28: Sc in the first sc, skip the next dc, dc in the next sc,

(sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) 11 times, skip the next dc,

sc in the next sc; ch 1 loosely, turn. (25 sts)


Row 29: Sc in the first sc, skip the next dc, dc in the next sc,

(sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) 10 times, skip the next dc,

sc in the next sc; ch 1 loosely, turn. (23 sts)


Row 30: Sc in the first sc, skip the next dc, dc in the next sc,

(sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) 9 times, skip the next dc,

sc in the next sc; ch 1 loosely, turn. (21 sts)


Row 31: Sc in the first sc, skip the next dc, dc in the next sc,

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(sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) 8 times, skip the next dc,

sc in the next sc; ch 1 loosely, turn. (19 sts)


Row 32: Sc in the first sc, skip the next dc, dc in the next sc,

(sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) 7 times, skip the next dc,

insert hook in next sc and pull up a loop, pull a loop of color A

through both remaining loops on hook to change color; ch 1

loosely, turn. (17 sts) Cut color B and tie yarn tail to color A.


Row 33: Sc in the first sc, skip the next dc, dc in the next sc,

(sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) 6 times, skip the next dc,

sc in the next sc; ch 1 loosely, turn. (15 sts)

Row 38: Sc in the first sc, skip the next dc, dc in the next sc,

sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc, skip the next dc, sc in the

next sc; ch 1 loosely, turn. (5 sts)


Row 39: Sc in the first sc, skip the next dc, dc in the next sc,

skip the next dc, sc in the next sc; ch 1 loosely, turn. (3 sts)

Row 40: Insert hook in the first sc and pull up a loop, insert

hook in next dc and pull up a loop, insert hook in last sc and

pull up a loop, yo and pull through all 4 remaining loops on

hook. Fasten off. Weave in ends.

Row 34: Sc in the first sc, skip the next dc, dc in the next sc,

(sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) 5 times, skip the next dc,

sc in the next sc; ch 1 loosely, turn. (13 sts)


Row 35: Sc in the first sc, skip the next dc, dc in the next sc,

(sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) 4 times, skip the next dc,

sc in the next sc; ch 1 loosely, turn. (11 sts)

Happy Crocheting!

Row 36: Sc in the first sc, skip the next dc, dc in the next sc,

(sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) 3 times, skip the next dc,

sc in the next sc; ch 1 loosely, turn. (9 sts)


Row 37: Sc in the first sc, skip the next dc, dc in the next sc,

(sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) 2 times, skip the next dc,

sc in the next sc; ch 1 loosely, turn. (7 sts)

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KITCHEN SECTION 14

Double Thick Nylon

Scouring Pad

Materials:

About 1 ounce of Needleloft 100% nylon plastic canvas yarn

Crochet hook size G


Finished size: About 4" x 4"


Ch 16.

Row 1: Sc in second chain from hook and in each chain

across, ch 1, turn. (15 sc)


Row 2: Sc across, inserting hook in back loop of row 1 and

into the loop of foundation chain directly below; ch 1, turn.

(15sc)

DOUBLE THICK NYLON SCOURING PAD

Designed by Priscilla Hewitt

Copyright © 1999 Priscilla’s Crochet

Row 3: Sc across, inserting hook in back loop of row 2 and

into the unworked loop of row 1; ch 1 turn. (15 sc)


Rows 4-24: Repeat row 3, inserting hook in back loop of the

previous row and into the unworked loop 2 rows below; ch 1,

turn. (15 sc)

Row 25: Repeat row 3, inserting hook in BOTH loops of row

24, and the unworked loop of row 23. Fasten off. Weave in

ends

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Happy Crocheting!

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KITCHEN SECTION 15

Five Textured Dishcloths

All of these dishcloths are crocheted with a size H hook in

worsted weight cotton yarn and are approximately 8 1/2”

square. If you'd like a larger dishcloth, use a larger hook.

Directions are included for converting the All-Crochet Towel

& Topper pattern to match each of the dishcloths.

To make any of these dishcloths into a matching potholder,

crochet two of the dishcloths with a size F or G hook, then sc

together with wrong sides facing, adding a (ch 15, sl st in the

first ch) to any corner for a hanging loop.

FIVE TEXTURED DISHCLOTHS

Designed by Priscilla Hewitt

Copyright © 2000 Priscilla’s Crochet

I add a row of sl sts at the end of each dishcloth to keep the

dishcloth from stretching when wet. You can eliminate this, if

desired. Also, these dishcloths are not edged...you can edge

with a round of sc, if you prefer.

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Dishcloth 1

Dishcloth 2


This dishcloth matches the All-Crochet Towel & Topper

Chain 34.


Row 1: Sc in the 2nd ch from hook; (ch 1, skip next ch, sc in

the next ch) 16 times; ch 1, turn. (17 sc)


Row 2: Sc in the first sc, sc in the next ch 1 space; (ch 1, skip

next sc, sc in the next ch 1 space) 15 times, sc in the last sc; ch

1, turn. (18 sc)


Row 3: Sc in the first sc, ch 1, skip next sc, sc in the next ch 1

space; (ch 1, skip next sc, sc in the next ch 1 space) 16 times,

ch 1, skip the next sc, sc in the last sc; ch 1, turn. (17 sc)


Rows 4-32: (Repeat rows 2 and 3) 14 times. Do not ch 1 at

the end of row 32.


Row 33: Sl st in ea. sc and ea. ch across. Fasten off.

Ch 25.


Row 1: Sc in the 2nd ch from hook, (insert hook in same ch

and pull up a loop, insert hook in next ch and pull up a loop,

yo and through all 3 remaining loops on hook) across; ch 1,

turn.


Row 2: Sc in the first st, (insert hook in same st and pull up a

loop, insert hook in next st and pull up a loop, yo and pull

through all 3 remaining loops on hook) across; ch 1, turn.


Rows 3-27: Repeat row 2. Do not ch 1 at the end of row 27.


Row 28: Sl st in each st across. Fasten off.

To use this pattern with the All-Crochet Towel &

Topper pattern: With size H hook, ch 50.


Repeat row 1 of this dishcloth.

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Repeat row 2 of this dishcloth until the piece measures about

13” from the beginning.


Next row: Using size G hook, sc in the first st, (skip next st,

sc in the next st) across; ch 1, turn. (25 sc ) Continue with

topper pattern, starting with row 50 and ending with row 79.

Edge and finish as per towel instructions.

Dishcloth 3


Rows 4-25: (Repeat rows 2 and 3) 11 times; do not ch 1 at the

end of row 25.


Row 26: Sl st in each st across. Fasten off.

To use this pattern with the All-Crochet Towel &

Topper pattern: (This towel also matches the Textured

Heart Kitchen Set stitch...use a heart-shaped button to complete

the heart themed set.)

With size H hook, ch 50.


Repeat row 1 of this dishcloth, repeating the stitches between

the ( )’s 23 times.

Ch 28.


Row 1: Hdc in the 2nd ch from hook, (sc in the next ch, dc in

the next ch) 12 times, sc in the next ch, hdc in the last ch; ch 1,

turn.


Row 2: Hdc in the first hdc, (dc in the next sc, sc in the next

dc) 12 times, dc in the next sc, hdc in the last hdc; ch 1, turn.


Row 3: Hdc in the first hdc, (sc in the next dc, dc in the next

sc) 12 times, sc in the next dc, hdc in the last hdc; ch 1, turn.

Repeat rows 2 and 3 of this dishcloth (repeating the stitches

between the ( )’s 23 times) until the piece measures about 13”

from the beginning. Next row: Using size G hook, sc in the

first st, (skip next st, sc in the next st) across; ch 1, turn. (25 sc

) Continue with topper pattern, starting with row 50 and ending

with row 79. Edge and finish as per towel instructions.

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Dishcloth 4

To work beginning cluster: Yo, insert hook in the indicated

st and pull up a loop, yo and pull through 2 loops on

hook, yo, insert hook in same st and pull up a loop, yo and

pull through 2 loops on hook; yo and pull through all 3 remaining

loops on hook

To work cluster: Yo, insert hook in the indicated st and pull

up a loop, yo and pull through 2 loops on hook, (yo, insert

hook in same st and pull up a loop, yo and pull through 2

loops on hook) twice; yo and pull through all 4 remaining

loops on hook

Ch 32.


Row 1: Sc in the 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across; ch

2, turn. (31 sc)


Row 2: Beginning cluster in the first sc, (ch 1, skip next sc,

cluster in the next sc) 15 times; ch 1 turn. (16 clusters)


Row 3: Sc in the beginning cluster and in each ch and cluster

across; ch 2, turn. (31 sc)


Rows 4-21: (Repeat rows 2 and 3) 9 times; do not ch 2 at the

end of row 21.


Row 22: Sl st in each sc across. Fasten off.

To use this pattern with the All-Crochet Towel &

Topper pattern: With size H hook, ch 50.


Repeat row 1 of this dishcloth. (49 sc)


Repeat rows 2 and 3 of this dishcloth (repeating the stitches

between the ( )’s of row 2 23 times, and having 49 sc in row 3)

until the piece measures about 13” from the beginning.


Next row: Using size G hook, sc in the first st, (skip next st,

sc in the next st) across; ch 1, turn. (25 sc ) Continue with

topper pattern, starting with row 50 and ending with row 79.

Edge and finish as per towel instructions.

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Dishcloth 5

Ch 35.


Repeat row 2 of this dishcloth until the piece measures about

13” from the beginning, then crochet row 25, repeating between

the ( )’s 15 times; ch 1, turn.


Next row: Using size G hook, sc in the first st, (skip next st,

sc in the next st) across; ch 1, turn. (25 sc ) Continue with

topper pattern, starting with row 50 and ending with row 79.

Edge and finish as per towel instructions.

Row 1: (Sc, ch 2, sc) in the 2nd ch from hook, *skip next 2 ch,

(sc, ch 2, sc) in the next ch* Repeat from * to * 11 times; ch 1,

turn.


Row 2: (Sc, ch 2, sc) in each ch 2 sp across; ch 1, turn.


Rows 3-24: Repeat row 2; do not ch 1 at the end of round 24.


Row 25: 2 sc in the first ch 2 sp, (3 sc in the next ch 2 sp) 10

times, 2 sc in the last ch 2 sp; turn. (34 sc)


Row 28: Sl st in each sc across. Fasten off.

Happy Crocheting!

To use this pattern with the All-Crochet Towel &

Topper pattern: With size H hook, ch 50.


Repeat row 1 of this dishcloth, repeating the stitches between

the *s 16 times.

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KITCHEN SECTION 16

Geometric Potholder &

Dishcloth Set

GEOMETRIC POTHOLDER & DISHCLOTH SET

Designed by Priscilla Hewitt

Copyright © 2001 Priscilla’s Crochet

Materials:

Worsted weight cotton yarn in colors that look good in your

kitchen. This set can be made using 2 ounces each of 2 colors

(A and B) OR 1 ounce in each of of 4 colors (A,B,C and D)

Crochet hook size G

Optional: 1" wood button; 1" lucite ring

Potholder


Make 4 of these squares.


With color A, ch 5; join with a sl st in the first ch to form a

ring.


Round 1: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, work 2 more dc in the

ring, ch 2 (3 dc in the ring, ch 2) 3 times; join with a sl st in

the top of the beginning ch 3. Fasten off color A.


Round 2: Attach color B with a sl st in any ch-2 sp, ch 3 to

count as the first dc, dc in the same ch-2 sp, *dc in each of the

next 3 dc, (2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in the next ch-2 sp* Repeat from *

to * 2 times, dc in each of the next 3 dc, 2 dc in the same ch-2

sp as the first dc, ch 2; join with a sl st to the top of the beginning

ch 3. Fasten off color B.


Round 3: Attach color A (if using 2 colors) or color C (if us-

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ing 4 colors) with a sl st in any ch-2 sp, ch 3 to count as the

first dc, dc in the same ch-2 sp, *dc in each of the next 7 dc, (2

dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in the next ch-2 sp* Repeat from * to * 2 times,

dc in each of the next 7 dc, 2 dc in the same ch-2 sp as the first

dc, ch 2; join with a sl st to the top of the beginning ch 3. Fasten

off color A or C.


Round 4: Attach color B (if using 2 colors) or color D (if using

4 colors) with a sl st in any ch-2 sp, ch 3 to count as the

first dc, dc in the same ch-2 sp, *dc in each of the next 11 dc,

(2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in the next ch-2 sp* Repeat from * to * 2

times, dc in each of the next 11 dc, 2 dc in the same ch-2 sp as

the first dc, ch 2; join with a sl st to the top of the beginning ch

3. Fasten off color B or D.


Potholder Assembly

the blue lines in the diagram. Flip the square over to the

wrong side.

Back: Fold corners A, B, C and D to the center of the back of

the square as shown in the second diagram. Whip stitch the

squares together through the back loops only along the red

lines in the diagram.


Optional: Sew a wood button to the center of the front

through both thicknesses to keep the layers from separating.

Sew a 1" lucite ring or a chain loop to one corner for hanging.

Dishcloth


With color A, ch 5; join with a sl st in the first ch to form a

ring.

Front: Arrange the four squares into a square as shown in

the diagram at the right. With right sides facing you, whip

stitch the squares together through the back loops only along

Rounds 1-4: Work the same as rounds 1-4 of the potholder.


Round 5: Attach color A (if using 2 colors) or color C (if using

4 colors) with a sl st in any ch-2 sp, ch 3 to count as the

first dc, dc in the same ch-2 sp, *dc in each of the next 15 dc,

(2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in the next ch-2 sp* Repeat from * to * 2

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times, dc in each of the next 15 dc, 2 dc in the same ch-2 sp as

the first dc, ch 2; join with a sl st to the top of the beginning ch

3. Fasten off color A or C.


Round 6: Attach color B (if using 2 colors) or color D (if using

4 colors) with a sl st in any ch-2 sp, ch 3 to count as the

first dc, dc in the same ch-2 sp, *dc in each of the next 19 dc,

(2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in the next ch-2 sp* Repeat from * to * 2

times, dc in each of the next 19 dc, 2 dc in the same ch-2 sp as

the first dc, ch 2; join with a sl st to the top of the beginning ch

3. Fasten off color B or D.


Round 7: Attach color A (if using 2 colors) or color C (if using

4 colors) with a sl st in any ch-2 sp, ch 3 to count as the

first dc, dc in the same ch-2 sp, *dc in each of the next 23 dc,

(2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in the next ch-2 sp* Repeat from * to * 2

times, dc in each of the next 23 dc, 2 dc in the same ch-2 sp as

the first dc, ch 2; join with a sl st to the top of the beginning ch

3. Fasten off color A or C.


Round 8: Attach color B (if using 2 colors) or color D (if using

4 colors) with a sl st in any ch-2 sp, ch 3 to count as the

first dc, dc in the same ch-2 sp, *dc in each of the next 27 dc,

(2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in the next ch-2 sp* Repeat from * to * 2

times, dc in each of the next 27 dc, 2 dc in the same ch-2 sp as

the first dc, ch 2; join with a sl st to the top of the beginning ch

3. Do not fasten off color B or D.


Round 9: Sl st in each dc and in each ch around; join with a

sl st in the first sl st. Fasten off. Weave in ends.

Happy Crocheting!

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KITCHEN SECTION 17

Insulating 12-ounce Can

Cozy

Materials:

2 ounces worsted weight cotton yarn

Crochet hook size G (4.00 mm) or size needed to achieve

gauge


Gauge: Rounds 1-3 = 3 1/4"


Finished size: 3 1/4" diameter x 4 1/4" tall

To work bpdc: Yo, insert hook from back to front to back

around the post of the indicated st and pull up a loop, (yo and

pull through 2 loops on hook) 2 times.


To work fpdc: Yo, insert hook from front to back to front

around the post of the indicated st and pull up a loop, (yo and

pull through 2 loops on hook) 2 times.

INSULATING 12-OUNCE CAN COZY

Designed by Priscilla Hewitt

Copyright © 2001 Priscilla’s Crochet

Bottom


Ch 4, join with a sl st in the first ch to form a ring.


Round 1: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, work 11 more dc in the

ring; join with a sl st in the top of the beginning ch 3. (12 dc)

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Round 2: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, dc in the same st as

joining, 2 dc in each remaining dc around; join with a sl st in

the top of the beginning ch 3. (24 dc)


Round 3: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, 2 dc in the next dc, (dc

in the next dc, 2 dc in the next dc) 11 times; join with a sl st in

the top of the beginning ch 3. (36 dc) Fasten off. Set aside.

Can Cozy


Ch 4, join with a sl st in the first ch to form a ring.


Rounds 1-3: Work the same as rounds 1-3 of the bottom. Do

not fasten off after round 3.

Round 4: Drop the loop on the hook, insert hook from the

back between the ch 3 and the next dc on round 3, pick up

dropped loop and pull through to the back of the piece, ch 3 to

count as the first bpdc, bpdc in each remaining dc around;

join with a sl st in the top of the beginning ch 3. (36 bpdc)


Round 5: Ch 1, sl st around the post of the first bpdc (the ch-

3) of round 4 by inserting the hook from front to back to front

and completing the sl st, ch 3 to count as the first fpdc, fpdc in

each bpdc around; join with a sl st in the top of the beginning

ch 3. (36 fpdc)

fpdc in each fpdc around; join with a sl st in the top of the beginning

ch 3. (36 fpdc)


Round 17: Ch 1, insert hook into same st as joining and into

the unworked top of the first fpdc on round 15, complete sc;

(insert hook into the top of the next fpdc and into the unworked

top of the next fpdc on round 15, complete sc) 35

times; join with a sl st in the first sc. (36 sc)

Round 18: Sl st in each remaining sc around; join with a sl st

in the first sl st. (36 sl sts)

Attaching bottom: Holding the can cozy upside down, lay

the bottom piece over the bottom of the can cozy; sl st together.

Fasten off. Weave in ends.

Happy Crocheting!

Rounds 6-16: Ch 1, sl st around the post of the first fpdc (the

ch-3) of round 4 by inserting the hook from front to back to

front and completing the sl st, ch 3 to count as the first fpdc,

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KITCHEN SECTION 18

A wonderful aroma for your kitchen

Kitchen Spice Braid

Materials:

About 4-5 ounces worsted weight cotton yarn in a color

that goes in your kitchen

Crochet hook size G (4.00 mm)

One 2" lucite ring

About 1/2 cup of mixed whole spices (whole cloves, whole

allspice, whole nutmeg, star anise, broken stick cinnamon) OR

1/2 cup spice-scented potpourri

Six 3" cinnamon sticks

Three 10" tulle circles OR three toes cut from sheer sandlefoot

pantyhose. Optional: You can substitute raffia for the crocheted

ties, if desired.

Gauge: not important

KITCHEN SPICE BRAID

Designed by Priscilla Hewitt

Copyright © 2001 Priscilla’s Crochet

Braid


Make three 6' lengths of lobster stitch cord using this

method: Ch 2, sc in the 2nd ch from hook. Do not turn, but

flip the stitch clockwise. At the top of the flipped stitch you

should see a single bar. Sc in the single bar; do not turn, but

flip piece clockwise. *At the top of the flipped stitch you

should see a double bar (2 strands). Sc in the double bar; do

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not turn, but flip stitch clockwise.* Repeat from *to* until

piece measures 6 feet long. Make sure all three cords are the

same length.

Pouches

Make 3 of these little pouches. (work tightly for best results)

Ch 11.


Round 1: Sc in the 2nd ch from hook and in each remaining

ch across, working in the base of the foundation ch's on the opposite

side, sc in each of the foundation ch's across; join with a

sl st in the first sc. (20 sc)


Round 2: Ch 4 to count as the first dc and the first ch 1, skip

next sc, (dc in the next dc, ch 1, skip next sc) 9 times; join with

a sl st in the 3rd ch of the beginning ch 4. (10 dc and 10 ch-1

sps)


Rounds 3-7: Ch 4 to count as the first dc and the first ch 1,

skip next ch-1 sp, (dc in the next dc, ch 1, skip next ch-1 sp) 9

times; join with a sl st in the 3rd ch of the beginning ch 4. (10

dc and 10 ch-1 sps)


Round 8: (Sc, ch 3, sc) in each ch-1 sp around; join with a sl

st in the first sc. Fasten off. Weave in ends.

Ties


Make 6.

Ch 60. Fasten off.


Assembly

1. Line each of the three crocheted pouches with tulle or a

pantyhose toe. Stuff with whole spices or potpourri. Set

aside.

2. Insert the three lobster stitch cords into the 2" ring so that

all six ends are even. Wrap yarn evenly for about 1" just below

the ring to secure the cords. Using the two strands from

each cord, braid the three lobster cords to within 4" from

the ends. Wrap the braid evenly with yarn for about 1" at

the end of the braid, allowing the 4" ends to remain loose.

3. Arrange the three pouches alternately with two cinnamon

sticks on the braid. Pull the ends of the ties (or several

strands of raffia) from the back to the front of the braid

with crochet hook where the top of each of the three

pouches are placed; weave each end of the tie through

round 7 on the pouch so that the two ends of the tie meet in

the center front of the pouch. Pull tightly to close the

pouch; tie in a bow to secure.

Hanging Ring


Work 30 sc around the 2" lucite ring; join with a sl st in the

first sc. Fasten off. Weave in ends.

4. Repeat step 3 for each pair of cinnamon sticks. Weave in all

ends. Hang in the kitchen.

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Happy Crocheting!

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KITCHEN SECTION 19

“Milk Glass” Potholder

Materials:

About 3 ounces of worsted weight cotton yarn

Crochet hook size G (4.00 mm)

Pattern note: Work tightly for best results

Gauge: Rows 1-5 = 6” long x 1” high

Finished size: About 6” from straight side to straight side

BLO = back loop only

Ch 26.

“MILK GLASS” POTHOLDER

Designed by Priscilla Hewitt

Copyright © 2012 Priscilla’s Crochet

Row 1: Sc in the second ch from hook and in each remaining

ch across, ch 1; turn. (25 sc)

Row 2: Sc in the BLO only of each sc across, ch 1; turn. (25

sc)

Row 3: Insert hook in the BLO of the 1st sc and into the 1st

unworked loop of the previous row and complete a sc, (yo

twice, insert hook in the BLO of the next st and into the next

unworked loop of the previous row and complete a trc, insert

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hook in the BLO of the next st and into the next unworked

loop of the previous row and complete a sc) 12 times, ch 1;

turn. (25 sts)

Row 4: (Insert hook in the BLO of the next st and into the

next unworked loop on the previous row and complete a sc)

25 times, ch 1; turn. (25 sc)

Happy Crocheting!

Row 5: (Insert hook in the BLO of the next st and into the

next unworked loop on the previous row and complete a sc) 2

times, (yo twice, insert hook in the BLO of the next st and into

the next unworked loop of the previous row and complete a

trc, insert hook in the BLO of the next st and into the next unworked

loop of the previous row and complete a sc) 11 times,

insert hook in the BLO of the next st and into the next unworked

loop on the previous row and complete a sc, ch 1; turn.

(25 sts)

Row 6: Repeat row 4.

Rows 7- 38: (Repeat rows 3-6) 8 times.

Row 39-40: Repeat rows 3-4.

Row 41: (Insert hook through both loops of the next st and

into the next unworked loop on the previous row and complete

a sc) 25 times, ch 15; join with a sl st in the first ch, sl st

in each of the remaining 14 ch; join with a sl st in the last st on

the potholder. Fasten off. Weave in ends.

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SECTION 20

A coaster and insulator all in one!

Mug-Hugger


Materials:

About 2 ounces worsted weight cotton yarn

Crochet hook size F (3.75 mm) or size needed to achieve

gauge

3⁄4" flat button

Sewing needle and thread


Gauge: Rounds 1-3 = 3 1/8"

MUG-HUGGER

Designed by Priscilla Hewitt


Copyright © 2002 Priscilla’s Crochet

Pattern note: Work tightly for best results. The "ch 2" at

the end of rounds does not count as the first stitch on the next

round.

Mug-Hugger


Ch 5; join with a sl st in the first ch to form a ring.


Round 1: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, work 11 more dc in the

ring; join with a sl st in the top of the beginning ch 3. (12 dc)


Round 2: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, dc in the same st as

joining, work 2 dc in each of the 11 remaining dc around; join

with a sl st in the top of the beginning ch 3. (24 dc)

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Round 3: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, 2 dc in the next dc, (dc

in the next dc, 2 dc in the next dc) 11 times; join with a sl st in

the top of the beginning ch 3. (36 dc) Check gauge.

Round 4: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, dc in the next dc, 2 dc

in the next dc, (dc in each of the next 2 dc, 2 dc in the next dc)

11 times; join with a sl st in the back loop only of the top of the

beginning ch 3. (48 dc)


Round 5: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, dc in the back loop

only of each dc around; join with a sl st in the top of the beginning

ch 3; ch 2, turn. (48 dc)


Round 6: Bpdc in each dc around; join with a sl st in the top

of the first bpdc; ch 2, turn. (48 bpdc)


Round 7: Fpdc in each of the first 46 sts; ch 2 turn without

joining, leaving the last 2 sts unworked. (46 fpdc)


Round 8: Bpdc in each of the 46 sts; ch 2, turn. (46 bpdc)


Round 9: Fpdc in each of 46 sts; ch 12, turn. (46 fpdc & 12

ch's)


Round 10: Dc in the 6th ch from hook, dc in each of the next

6 ch's, bpdc in each of the next 46 sts; ch 1, turn. (46 bpdc & 7

dc)


Round 11: Fpdc in each of the first 46 sts; ch 2 turn, leaving

the remaining 7 dc unworked. (46 fpdc)


Round 12: Repeat round 8.

Round 13: Fpdc in each of 46 sts; ch 2; join with a sl st in the

first fpdc. Do not turn. (46 fpdc & 2 ch's)


Round 14: Sl st in each of the next 45 sts, sl st in each of the

next 2 ch's; join with a sl st in the first sl st. Fasten off.

Coaster bottom


Ch 5; join with a sl st in the first ch to form a ring.


Rounds 1-3: Work the same as rounds 1-3 for the mughugger.


Round 4: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, dc in the next dc, 2 dc

in the next dc, (dc in each of the next 2 dc, 2 dc in the next dc)

11 times; join with a sl st in the top of the beginning ch 3. (48

dc) Do not fasten off.

Finishing


Sl st both loops of round 4 of the coaster bottom to the unworked

front loops on round 5 of the mug-hugger. Fasten off.

Weave in ends. Insert a mug into the mug-hugger. Pull the

strip formed with the 7 dc of round 10 through the handle.

The chain loop at the end of the strip will be used for a button-

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hole. Mark the button placement on the mug-hugger. Sew button

in place.

Happy Crocheting!

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KITCHEN SECTION 21

Pineapple Placemat

Materials:

Worsted weight cotton yarn or Aunt Lydia’s “Denim”

Crochet hook size G


Gauge: Rounds 1-3 = 4”


Finished size: About 18” across widest points

PINEAPPLE PLACEMAT

Designed by Priscilla Hewitt

Copyright © 2000 Priscilla’s Crochet


Ch 4; join with a sl st to the first ch to form ring.


Round 1: Ch 6 to count as the first dc and the first ch 3, (dc,

ch 3) 7 times in the ring; join with a sl st to the 3rd ch of the

beginning ch 6.


Round 2: Sl st into the first ch 3 sp, ch 6 to count as the first

dc and the first ch 3, dc in the same sp, (dc, ch 3, dc) in each

remaining ch 3 sp around; join with a sl st to the 3rd ch of the

beginning ch 6.


Round 3: Sl st into the first ch 3 sp, ch 6 to count as the first

dc and the first ch 3, (dc, ch 3) in the same sp, (dc, ch 3) twice

in each remaining ch 3 sp around; join with a sl st to the 3rd

ch of the beginning ch 6.

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Round 4: Repeat round 2.


Round 5: Sl st into the first ch 3 sp, ch 3 to count as the first

dc, (dc, ch 3, 2 dc) in the same sp, (2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc) in each remaining

ch 3 sp around; join with a sl st to the top of the beginning

ch 3.


Round 6: Sl st into the first ch 3 sp, ch 3 to count as the first

dc, (dc, ch 3, 2 dc) in the same sp, ch 2, (dc, ch 4, dc, ch 2) in

the next ch 3 sp, *(2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc, ch 2) in the next ch 3 sp,

(dc, ch 4, dc, ch 2) in the next ch 3 sp* Repeat from * to * 6

times; join with a sl st to the top of the beginning ch 3.

Round 7: Sl st in the next dc, sl st into the first ch 3 sp, ch 3

to count as the first dc, (dc, ch 3, 2 dc) in the same sp, ch 2, (6

trc, ch 2) in the next ch 4 sp, *(2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc, ch 2) in the

next ch 3 sp, (6 trc, ch 2) in the next ch 4 sp* Repeat from * to

* 6 times; join with a sl st to the top of the beginning ch 3.


Round 8: Sl st in the next dc, sl st into the first ch 3 sp, ch 3

to count as the first dc, (dc, ch 3, 2 dc) in the same sp, ch 2, dc

in the next trc, (ch 1, dc in the next trc) 5 times, ch 2, *(2 dc,

ch 3, 2 dc, ch 2) in the next ch 3 sp, dc in the next trc, (ch 1, dc

in the next trc) 5 times, ch 2* Repeat from * to * 6 times; join

with a sl st to the top of the beginning ch 3.

Round 9: Sl st in the next dc, sl st into the first ch 3 sp, ch 3

to count as the first dc, (dc, ch 3, 2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc) in the same

sp, ch 2, sc in the next ch 1 sp, (ch 3, sc in the next ch 1 sp) 4

times, ch 2, *(2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc) in the same sp, ch 2,

sc in the next ch 1 sp, (ch 3, sc in the next ch 1 sp) 4 times, ch

2* Repeat from * to * 6 times; join with a sl st to the top of the

beginning ch 3.


Round 10: Sl st in the next dc, sl st into the first ch 3 sp, ch 3

to count as the first dc, (dc, ch 3, 2 dc, ch 3) in the same sp, (2

dc, ch 3, 2 dc, ch 2) in the next ch 3 sp, sc in the next ch 3 sp,

(ch 3, sc in the next ch 3 sp) 3 times, ch 2, *(2 dc, ch 3) twice

in the next ch 3 sp, (2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc, ch 2) in the next ch 3 sp,

sc in the next ch 3 sp, (ch 3, sc in the next ch 3 sp) 3 times, ch

2* Repeat from * to * 6 times; join with a sl st to the top of the

beginning ch 3.

Round 11: Sl st in the next dc, sl st into the first ch 3 sp, ch 3

to count as the first dc, (dc, ch 3, 2 dc, ch 2) in the same sp,

(dc, ch 3, dc, ch 2) in the next ch 3 sp, (2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc, ch 2)

in the next ch 3 sp, sc in the next ch 3 sp, (ch 3, sc in the next

ch 3 sp) 2 times, ch 2, *(2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc, ch 2) in the next ch 3

sp, (dc, ch 3, dc, ch 2) in the next ch 3 sp, (2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc, ch

2) in the next ch 3 sp, sc in the next ch 3 sp, (ch 3, sc in the

next ch 3 sp) 2 times, ch 2* Repeat from * to * 6 times; join

with a sl st to the top of the beginning ch 3.

Round 12: Sl st in the next dc, sl st into the first ch 3 sp, ch 3

to count as the first dc, (dc, ch 3, 2 dc, ch 2) in the same sp, (8

dc, ch 2) in the next ch 3 sp, (2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc, ch 2) in the next

ch 3 sp, sc in the next ch 3 sp, ch 3, sc in the next ch 3 sp, ch 2,

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*(2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc, ch 2) in the next ch 3 sp, (8 dc, ch 2) in the

next ch 3 sp, (2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc, ch 2) in the next ch 3 sp, sc in

the next ch 3 sp, ch 3, sc in the next ch 3 sp, ch 2* Repeat from

* to * 6 times; join with a sl st to the top of the beginning ch 3.


Round 13: Sl st in the next dc, sl st into the first ch 3 sp, ch 3

to count as the first dc, (dc, ch 3, 2 dc, ch 2) in the same sp,

skip next 2 dc, dc in the next dc, (ch 1, dc in the next dc) 7

times, ch 2, (2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc, ch 2) in the next ch 3 sp, sc in the

next ch 3 sp, ch 2, *(2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc, ch 2) in the next ch 3 sp,

skip next 2 dc, dc in the next dc, (ch 1, dc in the next dc) 7

times, ch 2, (2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc, ch 2) in the next ch 3 sp, sc in the

next ch 3 sp, ch 2* Repeat from * to * 6 times; join with a sl st

to the top of the beginning ch 3.


Round 14: Sl st in the next dc, sl st into the first ch 3 sp, ch 3

to count as the first dc, (dc, ch 3, 2 dc, ch 2) in the same sp,

skip next 2 dc, (dc in the next dc, ch 2) 8 times, (2 dc, ch 3, 2

dc) in the next ch 3 sp, *(2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc, ch 2) in the next ch 3

sp, skip next 2 dc, (dc in the next dc, ch 2) 8 times, (2 dc, ch 3,

2 dc) in the next ch 3 sp* Repeat from * to * 6 times; join with

a sl st to the top of the beginning ch 3.


Round 15: Sl st in the next dc, sl st into the first ch 3 sp, ch 1,

sc in the same sp, (ch 2, dc in the last sc made, sc in the next

ch 2 sp) 9 times, (ch 2, dc in the last sc made, sc in the next ch

3 sp), *sc in the next ch 3 sp, (ch 2, dc in the last sc made, sc in

the next ch 2 sp) 9 times, (ch 2, dc in the last sc made, sc in

the next ch 3 sp)* Repeat from * to * 6 times; join with a sl st

to the first sc. Fasten off. Weave in ends.

Happy Crocheting!

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KITCHEN SECTION 22

Potholder Stitch Oven Mitt

Materials for one mitt:

About 4-5 ounces of worsted weight cotton yarn

Crochet hook size H (5.00 mm) or size needed to achieve

gauge


Gauge: Rows 1-10 = about 6" x 2"


Finished size: About 10" x 6"

POTHOLDER STITCH OVEN MITT

Designed by Priscilla Hewitt


Copyright © 2001 Priscilla’s Crochet

Mitt


Make two of these pieces.


Ch 21.


Row 1: Sc in the back loop only of the 2nd ch from hook and

in the back loop only of each remaining ch across; ch 1, turn.

(20 sc)


Row 2: Insert hook in the back loop only of the first sc and

into the first unworked loop on the foundation ch and pull up

a loop, yo and pull through both remaining loops on hook, (insert

hook in the back loop only of the next sc and into the next

unworked loop on the foundation ch and pull up a loop, yo

and pull through both remaining loops on hook) 19 times; ch

1, turn. (20 sc)

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Row 3: Insert hook in the back loop only of the first sc and

into the first unworked loop two rows below and pull up a

loop, yo and pull through both remaining loops on hook, (insert

hook in the back loop only of the next sc and into the next

unworked loop two rows below and pull up a loop, yo and pull

through both remaining loops on hook) 19 times; ch 1, turn.

(20 sc)


Rows 4-30: Repeat row 3.


Row 31 (thumb): Insert hook in the back loop only of the

first sc and into the first unworked loop two rows below and

pull up a loop, yo and pull through both remaining loops on

hook, (insert hook in the back loop only of the next sc and into

the next unworked loop two rows below and pull up a loop, yo

and pull through both remaining loops on hook) 5 times, leaving

the remaining 14 sts unworked; ch 1, turn. (6 sc)


Row 32: Insert hook in the back loop only of the first sc and

into the first unworked loop two rows below and pull up a

loop, yo and pull through both remaining loops on hook, (insert

hook in the back loop only of the next sc and into the next

unworked loop two rows below and pull up a loop, yo and pull

through both remaining loops on hook) 5

times; ch 1, turn. (6 sc)


Rows 33-40: Repeat row 32.


Row 41: Insert hook in both loops of the first sc and into the

first unworked loop two rows below and pull up a loop, (insert

hook in both loops of the next sc and into the next unworked

loop two rows below and pull up a loop) 2 times, yo and pull

through all 4 remaining loops on hook, (insert hook in both

loops of the next sc and into the next unworked loop two rows

below and pull up a loop) 3 times, yo and pull through all 4 remaining

loops on hook. (2 sts) Fasten off.


Fingers Section


Row 31: With yarn on hook, insert hook in the back loop only

of the first skipped sc on row 30 and into the first unworked

loop two rows below and pull up a loop, yo and pull through

both remaining loops on hook, (insert hook in the back loop

only of the next sc and into the next unworked loop two rows

below and pull up a loop, yo and pull through both remaining

loops on hook) 13 times; ch 1, turn. (14 sc)


Row 32: Insert hook in the back loop only of the first sc and

into the first unworked loop two rows below and pull up a

loop, yo and pull through both remaining loops on hook, (insert

hook in the back loop only of the next sc and into the next

unworked loop two rows below and pull up a loop, yo and pull

through both remaining loops on hook) 13 times; ch 1, turn.

(14 sc)


Rows 33-50: Repeat row 32.

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Row 51: Insert hook in both loops of the first sc and into the

first unworked loop two rows below and pull up a loop, insert

hook in back loop only of the next sc and into the next unworked

loop two rows below and pull up a loop, yo and pull

through all 3 remaining loops on hook, (insert hook in back

loop only of the next sc and into the next unworked loop two

rows below and pull up a loop, yo and pull through both remaining

loops on hook) 10 times, insert hook in the back loop

only of the next sc and pull up a loop, insert hook in both

loops of the next sc and into the next unworked loop 2 rows

below and pull up a loop, yo and pull through all 3 remaining

loops on hook. (12 sts)

Row 52: Insert hook in both loops of the first sc and into the

first unworked loop two rows below and pull up a loop, insert

hook in back loop only of the next sc and into the next unworked

loop two rows below and pull up a loop, yo and pull

through all 3 remaining loops on hook, (insert hook in back

loop only of the next sc and into the next unworked loop two

rows below and pull up a loop, yo and pull through both remaining

loops on hook) 8 times, insert hook in the back loop

only of the next sc and pull up a loop, insert hook in both

loops of the next sc and into the next unworked loop 2 rows

below and pull up a loop, yo and pull through all 3 remaining

loops on hook. (10 sts)

Row 53: Insert hook in both loops of the first sc and into the

first unworked loop two rows below and pull up a loop, insert

hook in back loop only of the next sc and into the next unworked

loop two rows below and pull up a loop, yo and pull

through all 3 remaining loops on hook, (insert hook in back

loop only of the next sc and into the next unworked loop two

rows below and pull up a loop, yo and pull through both remaining

loops on hook) 6 times, insert hook in the back loop

only of the next sc and pull up a loop, insert hook in both

loops of the next sc and into the next unworked loop 2 rows

below and pull up a loop, yo and pull through all 3 remaining

loops on hook. (8 sts)

Row 54: Insert hook in both loops of the first sc and into the

first unworked loop two rows below and pull up a loop, insert

hook in both loops of the next sc and into the next unworked

loop two rows below and pull up a loop, yo and pull through

all 3 remaining loops on hook, (insert hook in both loops of

the next sc and into the next unworked loop two rows below

and pull up a loop, yo and pull through both remaining loops

on hook) 4 times, insert hook in the both loops of the next sc

and pull up a loop, insert hook in both loops of the next sc and

into the next unworked loop 2 rows below and pull up a loop,

yo and pull through all 3 remaining loops on hook. (6 sts) Fasten

off. Weave in ends.

Finishing

Lay one of the finished pieces over the other and sew or

crochet together around the outer perimeter, leaving the bottom

open. Weave in all ends.

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Happy Crocheting!

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KITCHEN SECTION 23

Primitive Checks Potholder

Materials:

One ounce each of two colors of worsted weight cotton

Crochet hook size G (4 mm)

To work long sc (LSC): Insert hook in indicated st, yo and

pull up a loop (to height of working row); finish as a sc.

To change colors: Insert st into the indicated st and pull up

a loop, pull a loop of the new color through both loops on the

hook to complete the sc.

PRIMITIVE CHECKS POTHOLDER

Designed by Priscilla Hewitt

Copyright © 2001 Priscilla’s Crochet


With color A, ch 20.


Row 1: Sc in the 2nd ch from hook, (ch 1, skip next ch, sc in

the next ch) across; ch 1, turn. (10 sc and 9 ch-1 sps))

Row 2: Sc in each sc and in each ch-1 sp across, changing to

color B at the end of the row; ch 1, turn. (19 sc)


Row 3: Sc in the first sc, LSC in the first skipped foundation

ch, (ch 1, LSC in the next skipped foundation ch) 8 times, sc in

the last sc; ch 1, turn.

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Row 4: Sc in each sc, LSC and ch-1 sp across, changing to

color A at the end of the row; ch 1, turn. (19 sc)


Row 5: Sc in the first sc, ch 1, (LSC in the color A stitch below

the next ch-1 sp 2 rows below, ch 1) 8 times, sc in the last sc;

ch 1, turn.

Row 6: Sc in each sc, LSC and ch-1 sp across, changing to

color B at the end of the row; ch 1, turn. (19 sc)


Row 7: Sc in the first sc, ( LSC in the color B stitch below the

next ch-1 sp 2 rows below, ch 1) 8 times, LSC in the color B

stitch below the next ch-1 sp 2 rows below, sc in the last sc; ch

1, turn.

the potholder, sc in the same sc as the first sc of the edging, ch

15, join with a sl st in the first ch to form a ring, sl st in each

remaining ch around; join with a sl st in the first sc of the edging.

Fasten off. Weave in ends.

Happy Crocheting!

Row 8: Sc in each sc, LSC and ch-1 sp across, changing to

color A at the end of the row; ch 1, turn. (19 sc)


Rows 9-24: (Repeat rows 5-8) 4 times.


Rows 25-26: Repeat rows 5-6. Fasten off color after changing

to color B at the end of row 26.

Edging: Sc in the first sc, (LSC in the color B stitch below the

ch-1 sp 2 rows below, skip next sc on row 26, sc in the next sc

on row 26) 9 times, sc in the same st as last sc, sc evenly along

the side of the potholder, 2 sc in the base of the first foundation

ch, sc in the base of each remaining foundation ch, 2 sc in

the base of the last foundation ch, sc evenly along the side of

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KITCHEN SECTION 24

Puff Stitch Coaster or CD

Coaster

PUFF STITCH COASTER OR CD COASTER

Designed by Priscilla Hewitt


Copyright © 2001 Priscilla’s Crochet

Materials:

About 1 ounce of worsted weight cotton

Crochet hook size G (4.00 mm) or size needed to achieve

gauge


Gauge: Rounds 1-3 = about 2 1/4" diameter


Finished size: About 5" diameter


To make a puff st: (Yo, insert hook in indicated st and pull

up a loop) 4 times, yo and pull through all 9 remaining loops

on hook, ch 1 to lock.

Pattern note: When working in a "ch-1 sp" on rounds 3

and 5, work into the ch 1 used to lock the puff st.


Ch 5; join with a sl st in the first ch to form a ring.


Round 1: Ch 1, work 10 hdc in the ring; join with a sl st in the

first hdc. (10 hdc)


Round 2: Ch 1, puff st in the same st as joining, puff st in

each remaining hdc around; join with a sl st in the first puff st.

(10 puff sts)

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Round 3: Ch 1, sc in the same st as joining, ch 1, sc in the

next ch-1 sp, ch 1, (sc in the next puff st, ch 1, sc in the next ch-

1 sp) 9 times; join with a sl st in the first sc. (20 ch-1 sps)


Round 4: Sl st in the next ch-1 sp, ch 1, puff st in the same sp,

puff st in each remaining ch-1 sp around; join with a sl st in

the first puff st. (20 puff sts)


Round 5: (Sc in the next ch-1 sp, ch 2) around; join with a sl

st in the first sc. (20 ch-2 sps)


Round 6: (Sl st in the next ch-2 sp, ch 3, puff st in the same

ch-2 sp) around; join with a sl st in the first sl st. Fasten off.

Weave in ends.


To make a CD Coaster: Make 2 of the coasters. With wrong

sides together, join yarn with a sc through both thicknesses of

any ch-3 on round 6, (ch 2, sc through both thicknesses of the

next ch-3) 12 times; insert CD, (ch 2, sc through both thicknesses

of the next ch-3) 7 times, ch 2; join with a sl st in the

first sc. Fasten off. Weave in ends.

Happy Crocheting!

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SECTION 25

Quick Pineapple Coaster

Materials:

1 ball of Speed CroSheen (makes 4-6 coasters)

Crochet hook size E


Finished size: about 4 1/2” across

QUICK PINEAPPLE COASTER


Designed by Priscilla Hewitt

Copyright © 2000 Priscilla’s Crochet

Ch 4, join with a sl st to form ring.


Row 1: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, dc in ring, ch 2, 2 dc in

ring, ch 5, 2 dc in ring, ch 2, 2 dc in ring; turn.


Row 2: Sl st in each of the first 2 dc, sl st into the first ch 2 sp,

ch 3 to count as the first dc, (dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in the same sp, ch

2, 8 trc in the next ch 5 sp, ch 2, (2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in the next

ch 2 sp; turn.


Row 3: Sl st in each of the first 2 dc, sl st into the first ch 2 sp,

ch 3 to count as the first dc, (dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in the same sp, ch

2, dc in the next trc, (ch 1, dc in the next trc) 7 times, ch 2, skip

next ch 2 sp, (2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in the next ch 2 sp; turn.


Row 4: Sl st in each of the first 2 dc, sl st into the first ch 2 sp,

ch 3 to count as the first dc, (dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in the same sp, ch

2, sc in the next ch 1 sp, (ch 3, sc in the next ch 1 sp) 6 times,

ch 2, skip next ch 2 sp, (2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in the next ch 2 sp;

turn.

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Row 5: Sl st in each of the first 2 dc, sl st into the first ch 2 sp,

ch 3 to count as the first dc, (dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in the same sp, ch

2, sc in the next ch 3 sp, (ch 3, sc in the next ch 3 sp) 5 times,

ch 2, skip next ch 2 sp, (2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in the next ch 2 sp;

turn.


Row 6: Sl st in each of the first 2 dc, sl st into the first ch 2 sp,

ch 3 to count as the first dc, (dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in the same sp, ch

2, sc in the next ch 3 sp, (ch 3, sc in the next ch 3 sp) 4 times,

ch 2, skip next ch 2 sp, (2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in the next ch 2 sp;

turn.


Row 7: Sl st in each of the first 2 dc, sl st into the first ch 2 sp,

ch 3 to count as the first dc, (dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in the same sp, ch

2, sc in the next ch 3 sp, (ch 3, sc in the next ch 3 sp) 3 times,

ch 2, skip next ch 2 sp, (2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in the next ch 2 sp;

turn.


Row 8: Sl st in each of the first 2 dc, sl st into the first ch 2

sp, ch 3 to count as the first dc, (dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in the same sp,

ch 2, sc in the next ch 3 sp, (ch 3, sc in the next ch 3 sp) 2

times, ch 2, skip next ch 2 sp, (2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in the next ch 2

sp; turn.


Row 9: Sl st in each of the first 2 dc, sl st into the first ch 2 sp,

ch 3 to count as the first dc, (dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in the same sp, ch

2, sc in the next ch 3 sp, ch 3, sc in the next ch 3 sp, ch 2, skip

next ch 2 sp, (2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in the next ch 2 sp; turn.

Row 10: Sl st in each of the first 2 dc, sl st into the first ch 2

sp, ch 3 to count as the first dc, (dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in the same sp,

ch 2, sc in the next ch 3 sp, ch 2, skip next ch 2 sp, (2 dc, ch 2,

2 dc) in the next ch 2 sp; turn.

Row 11: Sl st in each of the first 2 dc, sl st into the first ch 2

sp, ch 3 to count as the first dc, dc in the same sp, skip next 2

ch 2 sp’s, 2 dc in the last ch 2 sp. Fasten off. Weave in ends.

Happy Crocheting!

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KITCHEN SECTION 26

Recipe Card Holder

Tie one to a cabinet door handle near where you're cooking

and insert a recipe card between the rings. It really works!

Love those rings!


Materials:

Small amount of worsted weight acrylic yarn

Crochet hook size F

Two 2" Lucite rings

RECIPE CARD HOLDER

Designed by Priscilla Hewitt

Copyright © 2001 Priscilla’s Crochet

Variation: You can make this into a magnetic note-holder by

eliminating the ties. To add a magnet, trace around the outside

of one of the rings onto a magnetic sheet. Cut out the magnetic

sheet along the traced lines, and glue to the back of the

ring after crocheting round 2.

Pattern note: Work stitches tightly around the rings, especially

when working around both rings.


Round 1: Work 20 sc around one of the 2" rings, place the

other 2" ring under the ring with the stitches and work 15

more sc around both rings; join with a sl st to the first sc. (35

sc)

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Round 2: Sl st in each of the next 24 sc, ch 50 for the first tie,

sl st in the 2nd ch from hook and in each of the next 48 ch's, sl

st in each of the next 5 sc, ch 50 for the 2nd tie, sl st in the 2nd

ch from hook and in each of the next 48 ch's, sl st in each of

the last 5 sc; join with a sl st to the first sl st. Fasten off. Weave

in ends.

Happy Crocheting!

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KITCHEN SECTION 27

Red Carnation Pot

Scrubber

Materials:

About 1 1⁄2 oz. Needloft 100% Nylon Plastic Canvas Yarn

Crochet hook size G (4.00 mm)


Gauge: Not important for this project

Ch 8, join with a sl st in the first ch to form a ring.

RED CARNATION POT SCRUBBER

Designed by Priscilla Hewitt

Copyright © 2001 Priscilla’s Crochet

Round 1: Sc in ring, (ch 5, sc in ring) 20 times; join with

a sl st to first sc. (20 ch-5 sps)


Round 2: Sl st into first ch 5 loop, ch 4 to count as first dc

and the first ch 1, (dc, ch 1) 9 times in same loop; (dc, ch 1) 10

times in each ch 5 loop around; join with a sl st to the 3rd ch

of the beginning ch 4. (200 dc & 200 ch-1 sps)


Round 3: Sc in the first ch 1 sp, (ch 2, sc in the next ch 1 sp)

320 times; join with a sl st to first sc. Fasten off. Weave in

ends.

Happy Crocheting!

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KITCHEN SECTION 28

Scalloped Potholder

Materials:

About 4 oz. worsted weight cotton yarn

Crochet hook size


Finished size: About 8”

SCALLOPED POTHOLDER

Designed by Priscilla Hewitt

Copyright © 1999 Priscilla’s Crochet


Make 2.

Leaving a 6” yarn tail, ch 4, join with a sl st to form ring.


Round 1: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, work 11 more dc in the

ring; join with a sl st to the top of the beginning ch 3. (12 dc)


Round 2: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, fpdc around the ch 3

of round 1; (dc in the next dc, fpdc around the same dc)

around; join with a sl st to the top of the beginning ch 3. (24

sts)


Round 3: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, dc in the top of the

next fpdc, fpdc around the same fpdc; (dc in the next dc, dc in

the top of the next fpdc, fpdc around the same fpdc) 11 times;

join with a sl st to the top of the beginning ch 3. (36 sts)


Round 4: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, dc in the next dc, dc in

the top of the next fpdc, fpdc around the same fpdc; (dc in the

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next 2 dc, dc in the top of the next fpdc, fpdc around the same

fpdc) 11 times; join with a sl st to the top of the beginning ch 3.

(48 sts)


Round 5: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, dc in the next 2 dc, dc

in the top of the next fpdc, fpdc around the same fpdc; (dc in

the next 3 dc, dc in the top of the next fpdc, fpdc around the

same fpdc) 11 times; join with a sl st to the top of the beginning

ch 3. (60 sts)


Round 6: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, dc in the next 3 dc, dc

in the top of the next fpdc, fpdc around the same fpdc; (dc in

the next 4 dc, dc in the top of the next fpdc, fpdc around the

same fpdc) 11 times; join with a sl st to the top of the beginning

ch 3. (72 sts)


Round 7: Sl st in each of the next 2 dc, ch 3 to count as the

first dc, work 6 more dc in the same st, skip next 2 dc, sc in

the top of the next fpdc, *skip next 2 dc, 7 dc in the next dc,

skip next 2 dc, sc in the top of the next fpdc* Repeat from * to

* 10 times; join with a sl st to the top of the beginning ch 3. (12

shells)


Round 8: Ch 1, sc in the same st as joining, sc in each of the

next 2 dc, 3 sc in the next dc, sc in each of the next 3 dc, fpsc

around the next fpdc of round 6, skip the sc in the top of the

fpdc, *sc in each of the next 3 dc, 3 sc in the next dc, sc in each

of the next 3 sc, fpsc around the next fpdc of round 6, skip the

sc in the top of the fpdc* repeat from * to * 10 times; join with

a sl st in the first sc. Fasten off.

Finishing: Holding wrong sides together, tie the center yarn

tails together tightly. This will prevent the potholder from

separating and coming apart when washing. Matching the scallops

of both pieces, sc the pieces together around the outside

of the potholder, adding a (ch 12, sl st in the 12th ch from

hook) at the top of any scallop to form a hanging ring. Fasten

off. Weave in ends.

Happy Crocheting!

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KITCHEN SECTION 29

Sturdy Scrub Cloth

This double-thick scrubber works well in the kitchen but can

also be used to scrub fiberglass tubs, cars, etc. Worked in one

piece, it has a nylon "scrubber" side and a cotton side.

Materials:

About 2 oz. each of Worsted weight cotton yarn and Needleloft

100% nylon (plastic canvas) yarn

Crochet hook size G


Gauge and size aren’t real important, but mine measured

about 7”.

STURDY SCRUB CLOTH


Designed by Priscilla Hewitt

Copyright © 2000 Priscilla’s Crochet

Scrubber


With ww cotton, ch 31.


Row 1: Sc in the 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across,

changing to nylon yarn in the last sc as follows: insert hook

into last ch and pull up a loop, pull loop of nylon yarn through

2 remaining loops on hook; tie end of nylon yarn to ww yarn;

ch 1, turn.


Row 2: Carrying cotton yarn across under stitches, insert

hook in the back loop only of the first sc AND into the unworked

loop of the first foundation ch; complete sc; (insert

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hook in the back loop only of the next sc AND into the unworked

loop of the next foundation ch; complete sc) across,

changing to cotton yarn as follows: insert hook into the back

loop only of the last sc AND into the unworked loop of the last

foundation ch, pull up a loop, pull loop of cotton yarn through

2 remaining loops on hook; ch 1, turn.


Row 3: Carrying nylon yarn across under stitches, insert

hook in the back loop only of the first sc AND into the unworked

loop of the first sc on the previous row; complete sc;

(insert hook in the back loop only of the next sc AND into the

unworked loop of the next sc on the previous row; complete

sc) across, changing to nylon yarn as follows: insert hook into

the back loop only of the last sc AND into the unworked loop

of the last sc on the previous row, pull up a loop, pull loop of

nylon yarn through 2 remaining loops on hook; ch 1, turn.

Row 4: Carrying cotton yarn across under stitches, insert

hook in the back loop only of the first sc AND into the unworked

loop of the first sc on the previous row; complete sc;

(insert hook in the back loop only of the next sc AND into the

unworked loop of the next sc on the previous row; complete

sc) across, changing to cotton yarn as follows: insert hook into

the back loop only of the last sc AND into the unworked loop

of the last sc on the previous row, pull up a loop, pull loop of

cotton yarn through 2 remaining loops on hook; ch 1, turn.


Row 41: Insert hook through both loops of the first sc on row

40 and into the skipped loop of the first sc on row 39; complete

sc, (insert hook through both loops of the next sc on row

40 and into the skipped loop of the next sc on row 39; complete

sc) across; do not turn.

Edging


Round 1: Sc evenly around the next 3 sides of the cloth, working

a ch 15 in any corner for a hanging loop, if desired.


Round 2: Sl st in each of the sc’s on row 41; continue working

sl st’s in each of the sc’s and ch’s around; join with a sl st

to the first sl st. Fasten off. Weave in ends.

Happy Crocheting!

Rows 5-40: (Repeat rows 3 and 4) 18 times. Cut nylon after

row 40 and tie to cotton securely.

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KITCHEN SECTION 30

Summer Cooler Glass

Cover

Materials:

About 1 ounce Lily Sugar Babies 100% Baby Cotton

worsted weight yarn

Crochet hook size E (3.50 mm) or size needed to achieve

gauge


Gauge: Rounds 1-3 = about 3" across


Finished cozy fits a 6 3/4" high x 2 15/16 " diameter tumbler

Pattern note: Work tightly for best results.

Ch 5; join with a sl st in the first ch to form a ring.

SUMMER COOLER GLASS COVER

Designed by Priscilla Hewitt

Copyright © 2001 Priscilla’s Crochet

Round 1: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, work 11 more dc in the

ring; join with a sl st in the top of the beginning ch 3. (12 dc)


Round 2: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, dc in the same st as

joining, work 2 dc in each remaining dc around; join with a sl

st in the top of the beginning ch 3. (24 dc)

Round 3: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, 2 dc in the next dc, (dc

in the next dc, 2 dc in the next dc) 11 times; join with a sl st in

the top of the beginning ch 3. (36 dc)

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Round 4: Ch 5 to count as the first dc and the first ch 2, work

dc in the same st as joining, skip next 2 dc, *(dc, ch 2, dc) in

the next dc, skip next 2 dc* Repeat from * to * 9 times; join

with a sl st in the 3rd ch of the beginning ch 5. (12 V-sts)

Rounds 5-13: Sl st into the first ch-2 sp, ch 5 to count as the

first dc, and the first ch 2, dc in the same space, (dc, ch 2, dc)

in each of the 11 remaining ch-2 sps around; join with a sl st in

the 3rd ch of the beginning ch 5. (12 V-sts)


Round 14: Sl st into the first ch-2 sp, ch 5, hdc in the 3rd ch

from hook dc in the same space, (dc, ch 2, hdc in the top of the

last dc, dc in the same sp) in each of the 11 remaining ch-2 sps

around; join with a sl st in the 3rd ch of the beginning ch 5.

(12 picot V-sts) Fasten off. Weave in ends.

Happy Crocheting!

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KITCHEN SECTION 31

Washboard Dishcloth

Materials:

2 1/2 ounces worsted weight cotton yarn

Crochet hook size G (4.00 mm) or size needed to achieve

gauge


Gauge: Rows 1-3 = about 10" x 1 1/2"


Finished size (with edging): About 11" x 11 1/4"

WASHBOARD DISHCLOTH

Designed by Priscilla Hewitt


Copyright © 2001 Priscilla’s Crochet

Dishcloth

Ch 42.


Row 1: Hdc in the 3rd ch from hook and in each remaining

ch across; ch 1, turn. (40 hdc)

Rows 2- 26: Hdc in the back loop only of each hdc across; ch

1, turn. (40 hdc)


Row 27: Hdc in the back loop only of each hdc across; do not

turn. (40 hdc)


Edging


Round 1: Working along the side of the dishcloth, sc in the

side of row 27, (ch 3, skip next row, sc in the side of the next

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ow) 13 times, ch 3, sc in the base of the first st on the foundation

row, (ch 3, skip next 2 sts on the foundation row, sc in the

next st on the foundation row) 13 times, ch 3, sc in the side of

row 1, (ch 3, skip next row, sc in the side of the next row) 13

times, ch 3, sc in the first st on row 27, (ch 3, skip next 2 sts on

row 27, sc in the next st on row 27) 13 times; ch 1, join with a

hdc in the first sc to form the first corner sp of the next round.

(56 ch-3 sps)


Round 2: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, work 4 more dc in the

first corner sp, sc in the next ch-3 sp, (5 dc in the next ch-3 sp,

sc in the next ch-3 sp) 6 times, *9 dc in the next ch-3 sp for

corner, sc in the next ch-3 sp, (5 dc in the next ch-3 sp, sc in

the next ch-3 sp) 6 times* Repeat from * to * 2 times, 4 dc in

the first corner sp; join with a sl st in the top of the beginning

ch-3. Fasten off. Weave in ends.

Happy Crocheting!

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KITCHEN SECTION 32

X-Stitch Kitchen Set

Potholder Front

Potholder Back

This set includes a potholder, hot pad, scrubbie, dishcloth

and hanging towel. The potholder, hot pad and scrubbie are

double-thick, but worked in one piece. Fun!

Materials:

6-8 ounces worsted weight cotton yarn

2 ounces Needleloft 100% nylon yarn for scrubbie

Crochet hook size G

Button for towel


Gauge for potholder: Rows 1-5= 5 1/2” long x 1 3/4” high

Pattern Note: When a row is divided into a first and second

half, the first half is worked in the back loop only of the

sc’s on the previous row. The second half is worked in the unworked

loops of the same row.

Dishcloth

X-STITCH KITCHEN SET


Designed by Priscilla Hewitt

Copyright © 2000 Priscilla’s Crochet

Potholder (Finished size: about 6” x 6”)


Ch 21.


Row 1: Sc in the 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across; ch

2, turn. (20 sc)


Note: The turning ch 2 does not count as a dc.

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First half of Row 2: Skip first sc, dc in the back loop only of

the next sc, dc in the back loop only of the skipped sc, (skip

next unworked sc, dc in the back loop only of the next sc, dc in

the back loop only of the skipped sc) 9 times; turn (10 cross

sts)


Second half of Row 2: Dc in each of the 20 unworked loops

of the sc on row 1; ch 1, turn. (20 dc) (This half of the row is

worked behind the first half.)

Row 3: Matching the stitches of the first and second halves of

row 2, sc through both thicknesses across; ch 2, turn. (20 sc)


First half of Row 4: Dc in the back loop only of each of the

next 20 sc; turn (20 dc)


Second half of Row 4: (Skip unworked loop of the next sc,

dc in the unworked loop of the next sc, dc in the unworked

loop of the skipped sc) 10 times; ch 1, turn. (10 cross sts)


Row 5: Matching the stitches of the first and second halves of

row 2, sc through both thicknesses across; ch 2, turn. (20 sc)

Rows 6-17: (Repeat rows 2-5) 3 times; do not turn at the end

of row 17.

Edging: Sc evenly around the potholder, working (ch 15, join

with a sl st in the first ch) for the hanging loop in any corner.


Next round: Sl st in every sc and every ch around; join with

a sl st in the first sl st. Fasten off. Weave in ends.

Hot pad (not pictured) (Finished size: about 7” x

7”)


Ch 25.


Row 1: Sc in the 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across; ch

2, turn. (24 sc)

Pattern Note: The turning ch 2 does not count as a dc.


First half of Row 2: Skip first sc, dc in the back loop only of

the next sc, dc in the back loop only of the skipped sc, (skip

next unworked sc, dc in the back loop only of the next sc, dc in

the back loop only of the skipped sc) 11 times; turn (12 cross

sts)


Second half of Row 2: Dc in each of the 24 unworked loops

of the sc on row 1; ch 1, turn. (24 dc) (This half of the row is

worked behind the first half.) Row 3: Matching the stitches of

the first and second halves of row 2, sc through both thicknesses

across; ch 2, turn. (24 sc)


First half of Row 4: Dc in the back loop only of each of the

next 24 sc; turn (24 dc)


Second half of Row 4: (Skip unworked loop of the next sc,

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dc in the unworked loop of the next sc, dc in the unworked

loop of the skipped sc) 12 times; ch 1, turn. (12 cross sts)


Row 5: Matching the stitches of the first and second halves of

row 2, sc through both thicknesses across; ch 2, turn. (24 sc)


Rows 6-21: (Repeat rows 2-5) 4 times; do not turn at the end

of row 21. Edging: Sc evenly around the hot pad.


Next round: Sl st in every sc around; join with a sl st in the

first sl st. Fasten off. Weave in ends.

Scrubbie (not pictured) (Finished size: about 3” x

3”)


Ch 11.


Row 1: Sc in the 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across; ch

2, turn. (10 sc)


Note: The turning ch 2 does not count as a dc.


First half of Row 2: Skip first sc, dc in the back loop only of

the next sc, dc in the back loop only of the skipped sc, (skip

next unworked sc, dc in the back loop only of the next sc, dc in

the back loop only of the skipped sc) 4 times; turn (5 cross sts)


Second half of Row 2: Dc in each of the 10 unworked loops

of the sc on row 1; ch 1, turn. (10 dc) (This half of the row is

worked behind the first half.)

Row 3: Matching the stitches of the first and second halves of

row 2, sc through both thicknesses across; ch 2, turn. (10 sc)


First half of Row 4: Dc in the back loop only of each of the

next 10 sc; turn (10 dc)

Second half of Row 4: (Skip unworked loop of the next sc,

dc in the unworked loop of the next sc, dc in the unworked

loop of the skipped sc) 5 times; ch 1, turn. (5 cross sts)


Row 5: Matching the stitches of the first and second halves of

row 2, sc through both thicknesses across; ch 2, turn. (10 sc)


Rows 6-9: Repeat rows 2-5; do not turn at the end of row 9.


Edging: Sc evenly around the scrubbie.


Next round: Sl st in every sc around; join with a sl st in the

first sl st. Fasten off. Weave in ends.

Dishcloth (Finished size: about 8” x 8”)


Ch 33.


Row 1: Sc in the 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across;

turn. (32 sc)

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Row 2: Sl st in the first sc, ch 3 to count as the first dc, (skip

next dc, dc in the next dc, dc in the skipped dc) 15 times, dc in

the last dc, ch 1, turn. (15 X sts)


Row 3: Sc in each dc across, sc in the top of the ch 3; turn.

(32 sc)


Rows 4-25 : (Repeat rows 2-3) 11 times. Fasten off after row

25. Weave in ends.

across; ch 1, turn. (25 sc ) Continue with the All-Crochet

Towel & Topper pattern starting with row 50 and ending with

row 79. Edge and finish as per towel instructions.

Happy Crocheting!

Hanging Towel (not pictured)


Ch 51.


Row 1: Sc in the 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across;

turn. (50 sc)


Row 2: Sl st in the first sc, ch 3 to count as the first dc, (skip

next dc, dc in the next dc, dc in the skipped dc) 24 times, dc in

the last dc, ch 1, turn. (24 X sts)


Row 3: Sc in each dc across, sc in the top of the ch 3; turn.

(50 sc)


Rows 4-41: (Repeat rows 2-3) 19 times.


Row 42: Ch 1, sc in each of the next 24 sc, sc dec over the

next 2 sc, sc in each of the last 24 sc; ch 1, turn. (49 sc)


Row 43: Sc in the first st, (skip next st, sc in the next st)

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KITCHEN SECTION 33

Granny Square Potholder

Pocket Gift Set

Use this granny square or your favorite 6” square! Works

like a thumb-less oven mitt! Insert a purchased lightweight

dishtowel and/or dishcloth into the pocket for a gift.

Materials:

Worsted weight cotton yarn about 3 ounces of color A,

about 1 ounce color B

Crochet hook G (4.00 mm) or size needed to achieve gauge

Pins

3⁄4” bone ring

Gauge: Rounds 1-3 of front= 3 1⁄4”across

Finished size: 6 1⁄2” wide x 7 3⁄4’ long (adjustable

GRANNY SQUARE POTHOLDER

POCKET GIFT SET

Designed by Priscilla Hewitt

Copyright © 2010 Priscilla’s Crochet

Front


With color A, ch 5; join with a sl st in the first ch to form a

ring.

Round 1: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, work 2 more dc in the

ring, ch 3, (3 dc in the ring, ch 3) 3 times; join with a sl st in

the top of the beginning ch 3. (12 dc) Fasten off color A.

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Round 2: Attach color B with a sl st in any ch-3 sp, ch 3 to

count as the first dc, work 2 more dc in the same ch-3 sp,

ch1,*(3dc,ch3,3dc,ch1) in the next ch-3 sp* Repeat from * to *

2 times, 3 dc in the same ch-3 sp as the first dc, ch 3; join with

a sl st in the top of the beginning ch 3. (24 dc) Fasten off color

B.

Round 3: Attach color A with a sl st in any ch-3 sp, ch 3 to

count as the first dc, work 2 more dc in the same ch-3 sp, ch 1,

3 dc in the next ch-1 sp, ch 1,*(3 dc, ch 3, 3 dc, ch 1) in the next

ch-3 sp, 3 dc in the next ch-1 sp, ch1* Repeat from *to* 2

times, 3 dc in the same ch-3 sp as the first dc, ch 3; join with a

sl st in the top of the beginning ch 3. (36 dc) Fasten off color

A.

Round 4: Attach color B with a sl st in any ch-3 sp, ch 3 to

count as the first dc, work 2 more dc in the same ch-3 sp, ch 1,

(3 dc in the next ch-1 sp, ch 1) 2 times,*(3 dc, ch 3, 3 dc,ch1)in

the next ch-3 sp,(3 dc in the next ch-1 sp,ch1)2times* Repeat

from*to* 2 times, 3 dc in the same ch-3 sp as the first dc, ch 3;

join with a sl st in the top of the beginning ch 3. (48 dc) Fasten

off color B.

Round 5: Attach color A with a sl st in any ch-3 sp, ch 3 to

count as the first dc, work 2 more dc in the same ch-3 sp, ch 1,

(3 dc in the next ch-1 sp, ch 1) 3 times,*(3 dc, ch 3, 3 dc,ch1)in

the next ch-3 sp,(3 dc in the next ch-1 sp,ch1)3times* Repeat

from*to* 2 times, 3 dc in the same ch-3 sp as the first dc, ch 3;

join with a sl st in the top of the beginning ch 3. (60 dc) Fasten

off color A.

Round 6: Attach color B with a sl st in any ch-3 sp, ch 3 to

count as the first dc, work 2 more dc in the same ch-3 sp, ch 1,

(3 dc in the next ch-1 sp, ch 1) 4 times,*(3 dc, ch 3, 3 dc,ch1) in

the next ch-3 sp,(3 dc in the next ch-1sp,ch1)4times* Repeat

from *to* 2 times, 3 dc in the same ch-3 sp as the first dc, ch

3; join with a sl st in the top of the beginning ch 3. (72 dc) Fasten

off color B.

Round 7: Attach color A with a sc in any corner ch-3 sp, sc in

the same ch-3 sp, sc in each of the next 3 dc, (sc in the next

ch-1 sp, sc in each of the next 3 dc) 5 times, *3 sc in the next

ch-3 sp, sc in each of the next 3 dc, (sc in the next ch-1 sp, sc

in each of the next 3 dc) 5 times* Repeat from * to *2 times, sc

in the same ch-3 sp as the first sc; join with a sl st in the first

sc. Fasten off. Weave in ends.

Back

With color A, ch 26.

Row 1: Sc in the 2nd ch from hook and in each remaining ch

across; ch 1, turn. (25 sc)

Row 2: Sc in the back loop only of the 1st sc, sc in the back

loop only of each remaining sc across; ch 1, turn. (25 sc)

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Row 3: Insert hook into the back loop only of the first sc and

into the first unworked loop the row below and complete a sc,

(insert hook into the back loop only of the next sc and into the

next unworked loop the row below and complete a sc) 24

times; ch 1 tightly, turn. (25 sc)

Additional rows: Repeat row 16 until the piece measures

about 7- 7 1⁄2” long.

Last row: Insert hook into the both loops of the first sc and

into the first unworked loop the row below and complete a sc,

(insert hook into the both loops of the next sc and into the

next unworked loop the row below and complete a sc) 13

times, work 15 sc around the bone ring, sc in the same st as

the last sc on the potholder, (insert hook into the both loops of

the next sc and into the next unworked loop the row below

and complete a sc) 12 times. (26 sc) Do not fasten off. Pin

granny square to piece. Sc evenly along the side of the back until

you reach the granny square, then sc evenly through both

layers (front & back) around 3 sides of the granny square,

working extra sts in the corners as needed, sc evenly along the

side of the back until you reach the top of the potholder; join

with a sl st in the first sc. Fasten off. Weave in ends.

Happy Crocheting!

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SECTION 34

Country Heart Coaster

Materials:

2 ounces of worsted weight cotton yarn (makes a set of 4

coasters)

Crochet hook size G

COUNTRY HEART COASTER

Designed by Priscilla Hewitt

Copyright © 1999 Priscilla’s Crochet

First Lobe of Heart


Ch 2.


Row 1: Sc in the second ch from hook; ch 1, turn.


Row 2: 2 sc in the sc on row 1; ch 1, turn.


Row 3: 2 sc in each sc; ch 1, turn.


Row 4: 2 sc in the first sc, sc in each of the next 2 sc, 2 sc in

the last sc; ch 1, turn.


Row 5: 2 sc in the first sc, sc in each of the next 4 sc, 2 sc in

the last sc; ch 1, turn.


Row 6: 2 sc in the first sc, sc in each of the next 6 sc, 2 sc in

the last sc; ch 1, turn.


Row 7: Sc in each sc across (10 sc); ch 1, turn.


Row 8: 2 sc in the first sc, sc in each of the next 8 sc, 2 sc in

the last sc; ch 1, turn.


Row 9: Sc in each sc across (12 sc); ch 1, turn.

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Row 10: 2 sc in the first sc, sc in each of the next 10 sc, 2 sc in

the last sc; ch 1, turn.


Rows 11- 13: Sc in each sc across (14 sc); ch 1, turn.


Row 14: Decrease over the first 2 sc (to decrease, draw up a

loop in each of the two indicated stitches; yo, draw through all

three loops), sc in the next 5 sc (leave the rest of the stitches

unworked); ch 1, turn.


Row 15: Decrease over first 2 sc, sc in the next 4 sc; ch 1,

turn.



Round 2: (Ch 1, sl st in the next sc) in each sc around. Fasten

off. Weave in ends.

Happy Crocheting!

Row 16: Decrease over the first 2 sc, sc in the next sc, decrease

over the last 2 sc. Fasten off.


Second lobe of heart


Row 14: Attach yarn with a sc in the first unworked sc of row

13, sc in the next 4 sc, decrease over the last 2 sc; ch 1, turn.

Row 15: Sc in the first 4 sc, decrease over the last 2 sc; ch 1,

turn Row 16: Decrease over the first 2 sc, sc in the next sc, decrease

over the last 2 sc. Do not fasten off.


Edging


Round 1: Continue working sc all around the perimeter of

the heart. Join with a sl st to the first sc.

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