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9 Quick, Easy (and Stylish!) Kitchen Crochet Patterns

9 kitchen crochet patterns roundup
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One of my favourite things about crochet is that you can create all sorts of home decor projects, customised to match your own personal colour scheme. Here are my favourite kitchen crochet patterns; most of them are bitesize little projects that you can whip up in no time.

Create something useful and stylish for your own home, or make some beautiful gifts for family and friends.

For each of the projects below, I list the pattern format (written or video) as well as the recommended yarn. This allows you to see at a glance what you might be able to use from your stash to make these kitchen crochet patterns.

So break out the cotton yarn, and let’s get crocheting!

1. Table Placemat Set by Cream of the Crop Crochet

The Table Placement Set is perfect for impressing your dinner guests. The set includes a crocheted placemat and coaster setting. The patterns are delicate and lacy, and easy to create too!
Ashley from Cream of the Crop Crochet

Pattern Format: Written

Suggested Yarn:  Universal Cotton Supreme DK


2. Farmhouse Washcloth by Mama in a Stitch

These washcloths are made with the spider stitch, so if you love to learn new stitches this is a simple one to learn. They are generously sized and durable for all the scrub’n that needs done around the house.
Jessica from Mama in a Stitch

Pattern Format: Written & Video

Suggested Yarn: any 100% worsted weight cotton


3. Meg’s Mug Rugs by Twisted Arrow Designs on Ravelry

A fun and quick project for any occasion. Make for quick and easy gifts or a set to keep for yourself! These are also a great way to use up any bulky scraps that you have left over from a larger project.
Meghann from Twisted Arrow Designs

Pattern Format: Written

Suggested Yarn: Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick


4. Crochet Cup Cozy – Easy for Kids & Beginners by Stitch in Progress

This is a simple cup cozy that will fit a standard refillable coffee cup, and takes approximately 15 minutes to complete
Lisa from Stitch in Progress

Pattern Format: Written

Suggested Yarn: Lily Sugar ‘n’ Cream Solids


5. Easy Plant Hanger by Joy in Motion

To crochet this Easy Plant Hanger you’re not going to need a lot of time, yarn or extra materials. Just a pot, preferably with a plant, your crochet hook & less than one skein of yarn.
Janne from Joy in Motion

Pattern Format: Written

Suggested Yarn: Lion Brand Kitchen Cotton (discontinued). Recommended alternative is Lion Brand 24/7 Cotton


6. Vintage Coasters by Mama in a Stitch

These little vintage coasters by Jessica @ Mama in a Stitch are easy peasy.

If you can crochet in the round, and know single crochet and double crochet, you are good to go. They also are great for using up those bits of yarns and partial skeins that you have around the house!
Jessica from Mama in a Stitch

Pattern Format: Written

Suggested Yarn: Lily Sugar ‘n’ Cream Solids


7. Oven Mitt Set by Cream of the Crop Crochet

The set has a pattern for a pot holder and an oven mitt worked in a half double crochet V stitch
Ashley from Cream of the Crop Crochet

Pattern Format: Written

Suggested Yarn: Berroco Pima 100 Cotton


8. One Stitch Mug Cozy by Lion Brand

Pattern Format: Written

Suggested Yarn: Lion Brand Heartland


9. Crochet Scrubby Set by BHooked Crochet

The pot scrubby pattern uses clever methods of stitching to work around the lack of stitch visibility. It will be perfect to build your confidence! The second part of the tutorial covers the scrubby cloth. You will need to work into stitches and count as you go, but the pattern is simple and easy to follow.
Brittany from BHooked Crochet

Pattern Format: Written & Video

Suggested Yarn: Red Heart Scrubby

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