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This post includes the quick and easy pattern for the “Sunshine Crochet Trivet or Hot Pad”. It is a great companion project for the “Sunshine Crochet Dishcloth”. Each is made using Lily “Sugar ‘n Cream” Yarn in the color, Soleil, and an “H” Crochet Hook.
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The “Sunshine Trivet or Hot Pad”
Crochet Trivet/Hot Pad Pattern
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– 1 (3 oz.) skein Aran weight (#4) yarn, Lily “Sugar ’n Cream Ombre, (Color – Soleil) by Yarnspirations
(This yarn is 100% Cotton Yarn; Machine Washable and Dryable.)
– Crochet Hook, Size H/5.00 mm
– Yarn Needle (Used for working in loose yarn ends.)
Chain Stitch – ch
Half Double Crochet – hdc
Gauge: 4 – inch square = 9 rows of half double crochet stitches and 12 half double crochet stitches in a 4 inch row
Finished Size: (Square) 10 inches x 10 inches
Trivet/Hot Pad Pattern
(To create a thick trivet or hot pad, we make 2 squares and crochet them together.)
Make 2 of the following.
Using the “H” Hook, Ch 28.
Row 1: Hdc in second chain from the hook and in each chain across the row. Ch 2. Turn. (27 st)
Row 2: Hdc in the first stitch. Hdc in each stitch across the row. Ch 2. Turn. (27 st)
Row 3 – 19: Repeat Row 2.
Fasten off and weave in ends on first square.
Make second square. After Row 19, do not fasten off.
(This will give a nice edge, but will connect both squares together for a final, thick trivet/hot pad.)
- Place squares together, wrong sides together.
- Start at corner where you ended on the second square. Insert crochet hook into the corner of top square and the bottom square at the same time and work a single crochet. Work a second single crochet in the corner.
- You will now work single crochets around each side of the squares. Be sure to go through both fabrics for each single crochet.
- I placed 2 single crochets at the end of each row on the sides of the square and 1 single crochet in each stitch at the top and bottom. But, I would suggest that you place the number of single crochets on each side that you feel comfortable with. Just don’t do too many or your trivet/hot pad will not lay flat.
- In the corners, work 3 single crochet in the same stitch.
- When you get to the last corner, which was the corner you started with, add one more single crochet to the two that you worked when you began your edging.
- If you would like a little loop to hang this trivet/hot pad, Ch 10 and then slip stitch into the corner. (This forms the loop.). Ch 1. Fasten off.
Weave in ends.
You are finished!!!
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