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Felted Pan Handle Cozy

By: Katie Startzman for DuoFiberworks

Did you know that felted knitting patterns are also great for using in the kitchen? Composed entirely of knit stitches, this cute and practical Felted Pan Handle Cozy can be completed in a matter of hours. The curled end is optional, but I really like the elf-like quality it adds to the project.


Knitting Needle Size10.5 or 6.5 mm, Double-Pointed Knitting Needles (DPNs)

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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Of course it would, but who would be so silly? A potholder is flat, and anyone would know it would likely fall off and burn. This one is fitted to the handle, and that, plus the photo, encourages people to leave it in place. Very dangerous.

so would a pot holder if YOU left it there. It is used to pick it up after it is a hot dish !

Are you out of your minds??? That'd be a fire hazard on ANY stove, but even worse, it's photographed on a GAS STOVE?? Totally irresponsible to suggest it - can't believe anyone would come up with such a ridiculous and dangerous idea.

@mistynight: First, it's wool. FELTED wool is no more a 'fire hazard' than asbestos. In fact felted wool is used for hearth rugs because sparks will extinguish and not smolder. Second, I have several such handle covers and they're NOT LEFT ON THE HANDLE WHILE COOKING, but used when you need to grip the handle while you 'toss' the ingredients or hold it with one hand while you stir with the other, OR when you're ready to move or empty the pan instead of a far more flammable 'grip' such as a dishcloth. Not a cook, are you? :) As to your 'anyone would know a potholder would fall off and burn'? Likewise, any COOK would know not to leave any material on a pot handle. Capisce?


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