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Free Crochet DebbieAnn Hot Pad Pattern

I’m so excited to kick off our summer guest designer series! To start us off we have Kailey of Kailey Cali Crochet sharing a brand new free crochet pattern!

About the Designer

Kailey Cali Crochet was started back in September of 2019 by 20 year old Kailey G. She is a full time college student who has enjoyed crochet for over a decade now.

Close up of yellow crochet hot pad.

Her specialty is designing patterns for the home and wearable accessories. Creating patterns that are fun and filled with a variety of texture, Kailey spends much of her off time writing patterns that she and others will love!

Beanies, cowls, and cup cozies are some of her favorite things to design! Aside from crochet, she enjoys baking, hiking, drawing, and playing the piano. 

Photo of yellow yarn and a yellow and gray crochet hot pad with some pink flowers next to them.

Pattern Details

This handy crochet hot pad will have your hands feeling safe and stylish while working in the kitchen.

Works up in less than an hour and features two sides of completely different textures. This pattern is perfect for stash-busting all your cotton skeins.

The pattern is rated Easy in pattern difficulty and uses worsted weight (#4) cotton yarn.

DebbieAnn Hot Pad Crochet Pattern

Materials

2 skeins of 100% cotton worsted weight yarn (150 yards: I
used about 60 yards of Sugar’N Cream)
H/8 5.00mm hook
Scissors
Tape Measure
Tapestry Needle

Stitch Guide

Ch = chain
St = stitch
Yo = yarn over
Sc = single crochet
BLO = back loop only

Special Stitch

Thermal Stitch: Insert hook into back loop of designated stitch and into
the back loop of the previous row, yo, bring up a loop, yo, and draw through
two loops on hook.

NOTE: the beginning chain of each round does not count as the first stitch. The potholder sides are worked in rows. The use of different cotton yarn brands may alter the finished size of the potholder. When the potholder is finished, you will need to give it a good stretch as it loosens and even out the edges.

Pattern Difficulty

Easy to Intermediate

Sizing

7″ x 7″ square

Hot Pad Side (Make 2):

Ch 27
Row 1: sc in second ch from hook and in each stitch across,
ch 1 turn (26)
Row 2: sc in BLO in next 2 sts, sc in next 2 sts repeat
across, ending with sc 2 in BLO of last 2 sts, ch 1 turn (26)
Row 3: thermal st in next 2 sts, sc in next 2 sts repeat
across, ending with thermal st in last 2 sts, ch 1 turn (26)
Row 4-31: repeat rows 2-3, ending with row 3 (26)
Row 32: sc in each st across (26)
Fasten off leaving a long tail for sewing and weaving in ends.

Assembly:


Place both sides on top of the other (one side with the ribbed texture facing outward and the second
side with the smooth face). Whipstitch around both squares together, making sure there are no holes.
Fasten off and weave in ends!
And that’s it! You now have your own DebbieAnn Hot Pad!

Close up of the stitching of a crochet hot pad, called the DebbieAnn Hot Pad.

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