It’s baking season! I’m not sure about you but my kitchen really need some new hot pads this year! I decided to whip some nice and thick new ones this year and am so happy to share the Benson Free Crochet Hot Pad Pattern with you!
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Double Thick Crochet Hot Pad
The Benson Hot pad is double thick and textured for the perfect kitchen accessory.
The pattern is crocheted in continuous rounds, using 2 strands of cotton yarn held together, to give this pot holder great integrity, holding up to heat and keeping your hands and counters safe.
A special thank you to *WeCrochet for providing the yarn for this project.
The Tester Pictures
My testers did awesome and had some fantastic colour combos!
Some of the yarns they used included: I Love This Cotton, and Lily Sugar n Cream,
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Crochet Hot Pad Pattern
- Approx. 210 yards of #4 worsted weight cotton yarn. *Knit Picks Dishie in Silver and Navy
- 6.0mm crochet hook. I used my *Furls Odyssey
- *Yarn needle
- *Tape measure
- *Stitch Markers (Optional)
7 sts x 6 rows = 2″ Patten for gauge: same as pattern
Laid flat, no blocking: 8″ x 8″
- ch(s) – Chain(s)
- sc – Single Crochet
- scblo – Single Crochet Back Loop Only
- sl st – Slip Stitch
- st(s) – Stitch(es)
- Rnd(s) – Round(s)
- US Terminology
- Pattern is worked with two strands of yarn held together
- Pattern is worked in continuous rounds
- You can choose to use a stitch marker in the first st of each rnd to keep track of your st count for each rnd, or keep working in continuous rnds until you have reached the correct height.
- Pattern is worked in multiples of any number for desired size
Benson Hot Pad Free Crochet Pattern
Using two strands held together, Ch 50, leaving long tail, approx. 45″ or more, for seaming the bottom closed.
Join ch with a slst, being careful not to twist, ch1.
Working in continuous rounds, use a stitch marker in the first stitch if necessary
Rnd 1: Starting in the same ch as the ch1, sc in the first ch, sc in each ch around (50).
Rnd 2: Scblo in the first st, scblo in each st around (50).
Rnd 3 – 20: Repeat rnd 2
Once last st is complete, ch8, using both strands, sl st in the first st at the base of the hot pad, cut one strand leaving long tail for weaving in, approx. 45″ or more.
Ch 1, with remaining strand, to continue to sl st across to seam the top closed.
Using the long tail from the starting ch, sl st across the bottom of the hot pad to seam closed.
Weave in all ends, block if desired, and you’re done!
There you have it! Your very own Benson Crochet Hot Pad!
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I hope you love your new hot pad!! I would love to see how yours turn out!
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