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Easy and Quick Mother's Day Gift

Easy 20 minute Mother's Day Gift!

free crochet pattern

Oh and did I mention it is also inexpensive.

Time is of the essence in my household. I just recently relocated and have spent the last month moving, unpacking and getting my family settled into their new surroundings.

With Mother's Day just around the corner I needed a super quick and easy idea that didn't break the bank. For one gift I made a jute owl basket and filled it with dishcloths and pot scrubbers.

I wanted to add a little something more. So I decided to make a jute pot holder with the left over jute twine I had purchased from the local dollar store.

Here is what I came up with;

Quick and Easy Jute Pot Holder Pattern;

free crochet pattern

Materials you will need are;

*crochet hook K (6.5mm)
*yarn needle
*jute twine (I found mine at dollarama)

You will Need;
To start begin with a magic ring;

Round 1: Chain 4 ( this counts as a double crochet plus chain 1 -2sts-)
*Double crochet 1, then chain 1* repeat directions between the * for a total of 9 times. Join with a slip stitch to the third chain at beginning. 20 sts

Round 2: Chain 1, turn work. Single crochet in chain space and at the top of every double crochet all the way around including the beginning chain from round 1. 20 sts

Round 3: Chain 3, turn work. *double crochet 1, chain 1* repeat directions between the * for a total of 20 times. Join with a slip stitch. 41 sts

Round 4: Chain 1, turn work. Single crochet in each chain space and in the top of every double crochet. Join with a slip stitch. 41 sts *****It is very important that you end this round with 41 stitches so that your next round will work out nicely. *****

Round 5: *Skip 1 stitch, then double crochet 5 stitches into the next stitch, skip the next stitch, then slip stitch into the next stitch* repeat the directions between the * for a total of 10 times. the last slip stitch will go into the first stitch at the start of the round. Fasten off and weave in ends.

And there you have it a quick and easy jute pot holder for Mother's Day.

You can add this pot holder into a gift basket or make a few and give them as a set.

I would love to see any creations you came up with by tagging me on Instagram @ the_apple_tree_crochet

Leave a comment or ask me any questions below.



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