Crochet Potholder With Lace Trim

Crochet Potholder With Lace Trim

Dress up your kitchen and make baking more fun with this textured crochet potholder adorned with a delicate crochet lace and ribbon trim.

What you need

small amount of size 3 crochet thread
small amount of size 10 crochet thread
size G crochet hook
US 1 / 2.35mm crochet hook
about 15” of 1/8″ ribbon
matching sewing thread



ch  25

Row 1: (sc, dc) in 3rd ch from hook. *skip 1ch, (sc, dc) in next ch, repeat from * across, sc in last ch, ch 2, turn.

Row 2: *(sc, dc) in sc, skip dc, repeat from * across, sc in last sc, ch 2, turn.

Rows 3-12: Repeat Row 2.

Row 13: dc in every st across [25 dcs], ch 3, DO NOT TURN: instead, rotate 90 degrees clockwise and dc25 down the side of the potholder in the side loops of stitches created in Rows 1-12, ch 3, turn.

Row 14: dc in each dc until ch-3 sp, (dc, ch3, dc) in sp [this is the corner of your potholder and the space you will hang it on], dc in every dc to end.

Finishing: Break off and weave in ends.

Lace Trim

Crochet Potholder With Lace Trim by KeriLynn Engel

ch 4.

Row 1: sc in 2nd ch from hook, ch1, skip 1 ch, sc, ch4, turn.

Row 2: sc in sc, ch1, skip 1 sc, sc, ch4, turn.

Repeat Rows 1-2 until the trim measures 12 inches.

Finishing: Break off and weave in ends. Weave the ribbon back and forth through the ch-1 space in each row, using a tapestry needle if desired. Sew the trim to the edges of the potholder on the two sides without dcs (going around the corner opposite to the ch-3 corner).

All done!


  1. i love the texture look – very pretty. I’m going to try to make a Baby Blanket using the pattern!

  2. The size 3 crochet thread is for the trim?

  3. Michelle says

    It doesn’t tell you how many chain to start with!

  4. love it

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