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This is a free Tunisian Crochet pattern for a double-thick potholder. Make this easy Tunisian crochet potholder to use in your kitchen or as an easy gift.
Recently, I was using one of my crochet potholders and I actually burned my fingers when handling a hot bowl! As much as I love to crochet, its ‘hole-y’ texture isn’t exactly practical when it comes to making things like potholders.
Of course, I needed to come up with a solution so I didn’t burn my fingers again. So I got to work researching the best crochet stitches for a functional potholder.
I found myself reaching for my Tunisian crochet hook because I knew that would be my best bet for creating a nice, solid fabric. Next, I got to work making this crochet potholder by working in the round and then folding it and sewing it together making this a double-thick Tunisian crochet potholder.
I’ve been thoroughly happy with the end result! Plus I haven’t burned my fingers again since using this potholder either so I’d say that this design is a success.
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Tunisian Crochet Patterns
Well, this Tunisian crochet potholder pattern is not my first Tunisian Crochet pattern. In my newest Tunisian crochet ebook, I have included 32 patterns and 18 stitch tutorials. So if you’re looking to get into Tunisian crochet more, you’re going to love this book!
As a matter of fact, in my new ebook, all these Tunisian crochet patterns, stitches, and tips and all organized per category and from beginner to more advanced patterns. And of course, the ebook also comes with lots of videos. Make sure to grab your copy right here:
Get the PDF of the Tunisian Crochet Potholder
This pattern is also available as an ad-free, printer-friendly pdf pattern that can be purchased at the links below for only a small fee.
In “The Crochet Club” membership the pattern is interactive with check-off boxes so you can keep track of where you are in the pattern (and saved per user login) without any ads and is printer-friendly!
Do you love Tunisian crochet? Or are you looking for more fun Tunisian crochet patterns? Here are a few more you may like to try:
- Tunisian Block Scarf
- Tunisian Crochet Hat
- Tunisian Crochet Pan Protector
- Simple Tunisian Fingerless Gloves
To start, let me now give you the supplies you need in order to crochet this easy pattern.
How to Tunisian Crochet a Double Thick Potholder
Materials you will need
4 TKS x 5 rows = 1 square inch
6 x 6 inches
Stitches used in the pattern
Learn all the basic crochet stitches HERE
- TSS = Tunisian Simple Stitch
- TKS = Tunisian Knit Stitch
- sl st = slip stitches
- ch = chain
Tunisian Crochet Video Tutorials
If you are new to Tunisian Crochet these video tutorials will help you in order to crochet the potholder pattern which uses the Tunisian Simple Stitch and the Tunisian Knit Stitch.
Video Tutorial for the Tunisian Crochet Potholder:
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Free Written Pattern for the Tunisian Crochet Potholder
The potholder is made by crocheting one row and then crocheting in rounds around it until the height of the rounds is half the size of the length. Then you’ll fold the corners inward and sew closed the seam.
I used the same skein (pulled from the center and the other side) to crochet in rounds. But it can twist and tangle, be careful!
R1: Ch 31, starting from the 2nd ch from the hook, 1 sc into the back bump of each ch
You’ll now switch to Tunisian Crochet and crochet around that one row of regular crochet in a circle/continuous rounds.
R1 F: 1 TSS per st (forward pass)
R1 R: work stitches off the hook (return pass) using the other end of the double ended hook whenever you can’t add more loops to your hook
Once you reach the first TSS stitch, switch to TKS
R2 F: 1 TKS per st (forward pass)
R2 R: work stitches off the hook (return pass) using the other end of the double-ended hook whenever you can’t add more loops to your hook
Continue R2 the height of the rounds is half the size of the length of the width. Now fold the corners inward and sew the touching round together. Add a loop using chains and fasten it off.
Congratulations! Your beautiful new Tunisian crochet potholder is now finished and ready to use. Make several of these for your own kitchen or gift them to your friends, family, or co-workers.
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