You can decorate your entire kitchen in colorful crochet. Use these patterns to create crochet dishcloths for the sink, trivets for the countertop, tablecloths, and so much more. Add rich color and texture to every part of the room with these functional and fabulous kitchen crochet patterns. Make sure to use kitchen cotton or another suitable yarn for these projects.
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Add bright decorations to your kitchen table with this matching set of crochet placemats and crochet coasters. This pattern uses single crochet and double crochet with strategic spacing to create luscious texture. Don't be surprised if you find your dinner guests running their hands along the cotton beneath their cups and plates.
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You might want to change out your placemats regularly to create different ambience around the kitchen table. Here's another crochet placemat pattern for you. This one is worked in half double crochet with a beautiful scalloped crochet edging that adds that special touch.
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Learn how to upcycle your mesh net produce bags using this crochet tutorial. You'll combine those bags with regular kitchen cotton to create a scrubbie with enough texture to make your pots and pans gleam. You can really never have too many crochet scrubbies in the kitchen.
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You also can't have too many crochet kitchen towels. Every time you make a mess or need to wipe your hands, you can have one at the ready. This one has a beautiful stitch pattern worked uniquely so that you have alternating rows of color without having to change colors every row. It's a cool technique worth learning.Continue to 5 of 20 below.
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Here's another free crochet pattern for a kitchen towel. This is the perfect sized project to practice new stitches. This one uses the pique stitch. Add stripes of color to create a design that matches your own kitchen decor.
If you enjoy making crochet towels and dishcloths, you might also want to check out these free patterns:
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Crochet potholders are another terrific kitchen project. Use them to grab hot pans off of the stove or set dishes on them for serving. These potholders are double-thick, sturdy, and solid. They're designed to be used, not just as decor, although they make pretty decor as well. You'll use primarily basic crochet stitches but will incorporate the double crochet spike stitch for added design detail.
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You can decorate your entire wall with beautiful crochet potholders. They make for a stunning display that will garner you smiles from everyone who enters your kitchen. This design is particularly well-suited to spring but the tulip inspiration isn't too overt so you could use it in your kitchen all year long.
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Here is one more crochet potholder pattern for you. Use simple single crochet and double crochet stitches worked in such a manner so as to create a wave ripple across the dishcloth. The design is graphic and modern and works well in contemporary kitchens but it also has a hint of retro style so it works in country chic homes as well.Continue to 9 of 20 below.
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You can set your hot pots down on a crochet dishcloth or placemat but of course it's much better for them to go on a hot pad or crochet trivet. This is a double-thick, dense crochet hot pad. Use textured stitches to create a stunning floral design in the center of this piece. When it's not in action on your countertop, it'll look great adorning your kitchen wall.
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Pan Handle Crochet Cozies
Speaking of hot pans, do you have any in your kitchen that are scalding to the touch? If so, you can cover them with these crochet cozies. That way, you don't have to have a potholder on your hand to be able to comfortably grab those cast iron skillets while you're cooking. This is a simple design but one that's oh-so-smart.
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Of course, if you want a more traditional oven mitt for grabbing hot pans then you can also crochet one of those. This is an easy free crochet pattern built from semi-circles. It's designed as a mini-mitt, covering your hand just up to the wrist, but you can easily adapt it into a larger mitt as well.
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Give your kitchen table rustic appeal with these crochet silverware pockets designed to look like they are made from burlap and lace. You could also pack these up to take with you on a picnic. There are so many different crochet kitchen patterns out there but this one is truly original.Continue to 13 of 20 below.
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Here is another option for adorning your kitchen bar stools with crochet. This design looks like a vintage doily, although it's been updated for more contemporary kitchens. You might also want to use the main portion of the design to create matching doilies to use as placemats at your kitchen table.
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If you have dining table chairs instead of (or in addition to) kitchen bar stools then make sure that you cover them in crochet, too. This simple little chair socks go over the legs of the chair. It's not to keep them warm, though; it's to keep the chair from slipping and sliding on your kitchen floor. It also adds a color and a sense of humor to the room.
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Many people have teapots sitting in their kitchen. The crochet teapot cozy is a must-have in those kitchens. It's a vintage item that harkens back to grandma's kitchen, but designers have updated it to suit today's homes. This design is a simple, solid color that will work in any home.Continue to 17 of 20 below.
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Embroidered Crochet Teapot Handle Cozy
You don't have to cover your entire teapot in crochet. Instead, you can make an eye-catching embroidered cozy just to cover the handle. It'll keep your hands safe when you pour your tea. Plus it will keep your kitchen cute.
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If you're more of a coffee drinker than a tea drinker then perhaps you have a French press in your kitchen. Make it cozier by adding a buttoned-up crochet sweater to it.
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Crochet Mug Cozy Free Pattern
As a coffee drinker, you probably use a lot of mugs in your kitchen. Put cozies on each of them then choose the one that suits your mood on any given day. This rainbow design is perfect for a rainy day.
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Don't forget your floors as you dress your kitchen in crochet. A mat in front of the sink is the perfect way to bring your eye for color down to your feet. This unique design shows you how to upcycled old jeans by adding crochet. It's a fun twist on the traditional rag rug.