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Cotton Patterns for the Kitchen

By on August 2, 2016

Cotton Patterns for the Kitchen -Erin

Eco-friendly and sturdy, cotton is a great fiber to crochet with! Most of the cotton yarns I have used are washable, and hold up over time. Cotton is great for crocheted kitchen items, and they make great gifts!

Chasing Chevrons Coffee & Water Bottle Cozies by Jennifer Pionk

Chasing Chevrons Coffee & Water Bottle Cozies

Chasing Chevrons Dish Towel by Jennifer Pionk

Chasing Chevrons Dish Towel by A Crocheted Simplicity

Chasing Chevrons Dishcloth by Jennifer Pionk

Chasing Chevrons Dishcloth by A Crocheted Simplicity (FREE pattern)

Chasing Chevrons Placemat by Jennifer Pionk

Chasing Chevrons Placemat by A Crocheted Simplicity (FREE pattern)

Coastline Cloth by Danyel Pink

Coastline Cloth by Danyel Pink Designs

Onion soup sisters-in-law by ACCROchet

Onion Soup Sisters-In-Law by ACCROchet

White Tea Doily Rug by Tatsiana Kupryianchyk

White Tea Doily Rug by Lilla Bjorn Crochet

The Coastline Cloth is a great dishcloth for scrubbing dishes or countertops in the kitchen, and the Doily Rug would look great in my craft room! Which pattern would you like to try? Do you have a favorite cotton yarn? We would love to hear all about it!

Happy crocheting,

Erin

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Cotton Patterns for the Kitchen -Erin

About Erin Medley

Erin is the Publishing Assistant at Happily Hooked Magazine and the owner of Crochet Medley. She is a military wife and mother of 2. She loves her yarn, crochet and the joy it can bring!

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