March 04, 2009

Crochet Flower Hot Pad Pattern

Here is a very nice Crochet Flower Hot Pad Pattern that is great for spring. It would look great in scraps of left over yarns or just one single color. I recently repainted Chelsea's bedroom a turquoise color and have been looking for very cool, teen-looking, retro items to decorate her room with. A couple of these hot pads would look stunning on her wall! Who would have thought!!! Thinking outside the box is a necessary commodity when it comes to affordable decorating....for sure. So whether you are looking for a hot pad pattern or wall decoration, this pattern is sure to please!!!

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I've made something similar to this this in a square. I'm afraid to use it as a pot holder or hot pad... seems like it wouldn't be too stable. But I really like your idea of a wall decoration. I may "borrow" it. :)

I made this very pattern last year. It's a great pattern I loved it

Really unique and attractive. Who would have ever imagined using it as a wall decoration. Would look lovely on a wall in the kitchen.

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These are so neat! I've printed the free pattern and am looking forward to making some of these! They will be great in my Kitchen Swap gift basket I'm putting together!
Thanks for sharing these really neat hot pads! And I love what you plan on doing with them...what a neat idea, to use them as wall decor!

I did end up making one of these to put in a swap gift basket...will post a picture on my blog, of the one I made after the swap ends and my swap partner gets her basket of goodies...We have to mail them out the last day of May.
Thanks again for sharing this crochet pattern! It was fun and easy to make!

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