Christmas Star Pot Holder Crochet Pattern

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Just stunning Star Pot Holder for your kitchen, easy to follow, pattern includes step by step how to make and assemble this star, lots of pictures to make easy the learning process of this beautiful pot holder.

Christmas is here and we need gifts to make right?, last year I made lots of this easy Christmas Star Pot holder and I gave to lots of my friends and family members, they were absolutely happy to have a gift fully handmade and apreciated more the value of giving!

Craft: Crochet
Crochet hook: US 2.5mm, I always use my Wooden Crochet Hooks, specially made for Liliacraftparty and available HERE
Yarn: Cotton Yarn 30 yards approx. of each color
Finished Size: 8 inch (20.5cm) x 8 inch (20.5cm)


With MC yarn, form a magic loop, ch3 (count as first dc), 31dc inside the magic loop, sl st in 3rd chain of ch3, total of 32dc

Round 1: *ch25, 1sc in each of next 4sts, repeat from* seven times, sl st in first sc. 8 loops

Round 2: ch2, 1sc in each of next……….

Interesting, right? and is more interesting the way you will assemble the star, and that will be easy with my step by step photo tutorial, you will learn very fast!

Get your Christmas Star Pot Holder Crochet Pattern on Ravelry HERE

Get your Christmas Star Pot Holder Crochet Pattern on Etsy HERE

Is so special when you made something with your hands to give as Holiday Gifts! I offer full time assistant so if you have any question or need additional help with my patterns, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Do you love to see more Pot Holders patterns? Check my Home and Kitchen Patterns section

Do not forget to Pin it HERE for other people to discover this pretty crochet pot holder!

And please, for any questions or pattern support do not hesitate to contact me

Thank you to be part of Liliacraftparty Community! See you soon!

Lilia Vanini / Liliacraftparty

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12 Responses

  1. Keitha

    I stopped over from Crafty Mom’s Share. I do not crochet, but my sister does. I will have to share this post with her. Those potholders are beautiful.

  2. lilia Vanini

    Hi dear, you will be surprised of how easy is this crochet pattern, also I offer full assistant in case you have any questions or need more help, and please feel free to share the post with all your crochet friends and family, they will love to see this pot holder, thank you so much, Lilia

  3. April J Harris

    What a beautiful pot holder! I love the layers and texture. Pinning! Thank you for sharing, and for being a part of the Hearth and Soul Link Party. Hope you are having a good week!

  4. Teresa

    It’s such a lovely pattern, and you can use it to make beautiful homemade gifts. Thank you for sharing at The Really Crafty Link Party. Pinned.

  5. Rhonda-Gales

    These are beautiful. They’re too pretty to use in the kitchen. Thanks for sharing on Sunday’s Best.

  6. Judy

    These are really very pretty. I can’t wait to try making one. I will be featuring this tomorrow night at my Fall into Fall party that opens at 8pm EST. Please stop by and pick up an I’ve Been Featured button. Thanks.

  7. Nana K

    These are so pretty! I found them in the Creatively Crafty link party. Pinned to my crochet board! Love them.

  8. lilia Vanini

    Im happy you liked my dear and thank you so much to pinned! Happy Holidays!

  9. lilia Vanini

    Hello dear Judy! Thank you so much for the feature and I will be happy to visit and I love your weekly blog parties! Happy Holidays! Lilia

  10. Robertaffex

    This week our three featured projects include this beautiful Christmas Star Pot Holder Pattern, a lovely Christmas Angel with Santa and the Wintertime Cuckoo Clock!

  11. Amanda

    Thanks for such a Nice post! I plan to make several of these. They always looked too hard when I would see photos of them but you made it seem so easy to make.

  12. Sarah

    Thank you so much for the feature and I will be happy to visit and I love your weekly blog parties, Happy Holidays. That’s why it is so important to set yourself boundaries while you explore “gaming with health management”. One of the biggest points mentioned above is finding a game that has clear points where you can stop. Clear milestone markers and then you have to stick with this. It’s such a lovely pattern, and you can use it to make beautiful homemade gifts.

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