Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Hexagon potholder

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Potholders - something which I truely enjoy making but don't have any real use for. I don't use them to hold pots (no way!) and I haven't hung them on the wall either. The three potholders I have done so far are just lying about in my crochet basket along with the yarns but still I am looking for more and more patterns to make. May be when I have completed a few of them I would consider hanging them in an appropriate place. Until then I plan to make more and more.


I developed the springtime hexagon pattern to make this potholder. For the back I made a simple hexagon and sewed the edges of both the pieces together and for the edging I made 3 chains and slip stitched them in alternate stitches.


I hope to do more and hope to share more. Until then...bye!


25 comments:

  1. These are so bright and colorful! I love the yellow. Makes me long for spring...but it's a long time away.

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  2. I like it - it's very bright and colorful. :)

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  3. Tolles Muster & schöne Farben.;O)
    LG,*Manja*

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  4. Looks great & I adore the colours!

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  5. They so need to be hung up where everyone can see them they are all just so pretty!!

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  6. Absolutely beautiful, Pradeepa! As always ;-)

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  7. Wow!!!Beautiful!!!Will surely brighten up your kitchen!!

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  8. soo beautiful! I love that particular shade of yellow very much

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  9. This is a off beat color combination and its looking seriously stunning. Do carry on with making potholders even if you can think of no particular use for them. This is creating something just for the satisfation and contentment you get from the process of creating... not because of its utility per se :)

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  10. pretty one...particularly i love the color combination u dealt with

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  11. Bright...shinny... like the sun...
    Hug
    Anna

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  12. What bright colors! I've not yet given into the potholder temptation.. but, they are such good projects for instant gratification.

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  13. Beautiful potholders. We were at Agra Fort last September and stood in that same spot looking out to the Taj Mahal. Hope your day is great. Tammy

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  14. nice pot holder.. even i love to make it and i hang it on my kitchen wall! missed some of your posts, was on vacation

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  16. You have a lovely blog with a lot of great ideas, thanks!

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  17. Would LOVE it if you would link this project up at my turquoise lovin' party going on right now!! http://www.sweetlittlegals.com/2011/09/turquoise-lovin-5.html

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  18. I really impressed to watch your bright colour combinations. Beautiful potholders. We were at Agra Fort last September and stood in that same spot looking out to the Taj Mahal. Hope your day is great.

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