Where To Find Free Potholder Crochet Patterns
There are many different free crochet potholder patterns scattered across the internet, and finding one that matches an individual kitchen decor should be no problem. The ease with which most of the free crochet potholder patterns can be completed is amazing, as some of the designers of these patterns have really put in quite an effort to ensure their patterns are simple and attractive. There is a kitchen theme to match just about any home, and most of the color schemes can be altered to a personal fit. The best part of using free crochet potholder patterns is that the finished project adds a personal touch to a utilitarian item, and is a great conversation topic for visitors.
Most of the free crochet potholder pattern on the following websites are designed for crafters with beginning to medium crochet skills, and can be completed in one sitting. The colors can be experimented with to create something that may be more appropriate for your home, although most are perfect just the way they are. Remember to use washable materials, just in case you should get a nasty stain on one of your creations. Here are some wonderful free crochet potholder patterns:
Polka Dot Potholder - This is actually two patterns, one for a potholder and one for platter mats at http://www.freevintagecrochet.com/potholders/polka-dot.html
Betty Boop Potholder - Many younger people may not know who Betty Boop is, but she was a queen in World War II. This neat potholder features the face of Betty Boop, and is available at http://www.craftown.com/crochet/baz1.htm
Checkerboard Potholder - A very nice potholder that uses a two color theme at http://www.jpfun.com/patterns/free/potholders/f102007checkerboard.shtml
Americana Potholder - A beautiful potholder that speaks of America http://www.crochetville.org/forum/showthread.php?t=91805
If you should use these free crochet potholder patterns, remember to follow websites rules as to distribution or copying these patterns. A email of thanks to the website for their free crochet pattern would let them know that you appreciate their generosity in sharing their talents with you.