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Sister Hearts Potholder Pattern

By: Mom from simplynotable.com
Sister Hearts Potholder Pattern
Sister Hearts Potholder Pattern
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This Sister Hearts Potholder Pattern is so cute for making matching potholders for your kitchen. With one small size and one large size, you can make these matching knitted pot holders to adorn your kitchen table and protect your counter tops. For the ideal durable, washable texture, be sure to use cotton worsted weight yarn for this free knitting pattern. This potholder knitting pattern would also make a great housewarming gift for a friend or family member, or even fun stocking stuffers for the holidays. 

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Knitting Needle Size8 or 5 mm

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

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This is a cute pattern, but the blogger did not intend it to be used as a pot holder. It's actually a wash cloth. If you wanted to make a pot holder you could possibly knit it with two strands of cotton yarn held together, that would make it thicker.

I really like this Sister Hearts pattern! I enjoy knitting in different shapes. The instructions seem easy. I especially like the stitch count included in each row. Really keeps you on track! I could also see these as washcloths. A nice gift idea would be to include a nice bar of soap wrapped up in the washcloth. This is on my to do list!

Making these as washcloths is a great idea! They would make awesome little gifts. I think if I make them as potholders, I will make two of each size, then stitch them together with something between them. I don't think that one layer of knit cotton is enough to protect fingers from hot pan handles.

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