But a few quick crochet projects — some of them stash-friendly — can give your kitchen the makeover it deserves.
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Photo via Bluprint member Cute Crochet. This set comes with a dish towel, scrubbie and towel pattern for all your kitchen cleaning and drying. The scrubbie is much more eco-friendly than a sponge since you can wash it and use it again and again, and having a matching set will make your kitchen look neat and coordinated. Photo via Bluprint member Mari Martin. Crochet these cute placemats with cotton and you'll be able to wash them again and again. Break them out when you have guests, or just make them your everyday summer decor.
They'd work on outdoor patios, too!
Photo via Bluprint member Pradeepa. This cute project does double duty in the kitchen. When you're not using it as a potholder, you can hang it on the wall as a pretty decoration! You can crochet it in colors that match the decor in your kitchen if you like to keep things complementary. Photo via Bluprint member Crews. If you like vintage-style kitchen decor, you'll love this set.
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Once you master it, you can use it to create all kinds of pretty decor. This placemat set includes coasters and would work well for indoor or outdoor entertaining. Photo via Bluprint member Frayed Knot. Most people have the same magnets on their fridge for decades.
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When I spotted this little mug ornament, I immediately saw it as a cute magnet. All you'd have to do is glue a store-bought magnet to the back. Is the cross stitch pattern a 4 stitch repeat? If so, I could add multiples of 4 to make it wider, right? Yes, the cross stitch pattern is done in multiples of 4. I tried clicking on Tunisian cross stitch pattern from The New Tunisian Crochet by Dora Ohrenstein, before I posted and it took me to some blue book website, so I will try this link instead. Thanks for the quick response. Brenda, there are several vidoes on YouTube for Tunisian instructions.
I have also found some other sites as well when I searched. Hope this helps.. Hello, is there some place on your website that tells about tunisian crochet?
I get taken to all sorts of places with books to buy, etc. Guess I can go to youtube. I am working your pattern now. After the first 6 rows I had to restart the pattern several times because I was ending with an uneven count before the last 5. I also found that I had a border of 6 on the start and 5 on the end. So if the pattern says work 5 TSS, the first is already on your hook. I will add a note to clarify this.
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Thanks Kara. There may be some who never worked in Tunisian … your clarity will definitely help. I have a friend who is unhappy with her new granite and wants to cover it … This mat will help! Cute pattern, will have to try it I use a dish mat daily.
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Most Tunisian tutorials I have learned from automatically account for the stitch on the hook, so you do not need to count it. I much prefer this, as it is way less confusing? Great tutorials on Tunisian can be found at stitchdiva. Thank you for this pattern! Hi Kara!! Thanks for all the info on these cute cloths.
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Round 3: Sl st, ch 3, 2 dc, ch 1, 3 dc in first corner ch-3 sp, 3 dc in next ch-2 sp, [ 3 dc, ch 1, 3 dc in the next corner ch-3 sp, 3 dc in next ch-2 sp] 3 times; join with sl st in top of beg ch. Finish off. Make a second square same as the first one. Place the two squares with wrong sides together. Work through both squares at the same time. Round 8: Join yarn in any corner and repeat round 4. I am excited to be part of The Crochet Crowd team. I am also a big geek and an internet addict.
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