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Crocheted Kitchen Gift Set

Posted on December 13, 2009

Christmas Kitchen Set

For that last minute holiday crafting, here are some quick crocheted items to share. I crocheted this kitchen set above as a Christmas gift. It includes one potholder, round ripple dishcloth, open mesh magic dishcloth pattern, and a spiral scrubbie with recycled produce netting. Whether you do the complete set or just an item or two, handmade gifts are always unique and are a frugal way to round out your gift giving.

Hope all your Christmas crafting is going well. Here’s wishing everyone a very Merry Christmas!

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8 Responses to “Crocheted Kitchen Gift Set”

  1. drenka
    Dec 13, 2009

    I like it. Cute!
    Also, these are christmas colors!
    .-= drenka´s last blog ..Ashlar Crochet Cardigan =-.

  2. Lisa
    Dec 14, 2009

    Very cute!

  3. Millie Smith
    Dec 14, 2009

    Would love the pattern to these, really like the outcome of them. Makes great presents. thanks

  4. Cindy
    Dec 14, 2009

    Follow the green text links for my patterns and the round ripple pattern that is Julee’s is found here.

  5. Jennifer Lavender
    Dec 15, 2009

    I’m doing a kitchen set for Christmas too. I haven’t posted about it on my blog because the person it will be going to reads my blog, but I decided to do a dish towel, dish cloth, and potholder. I wish I had some netting to make a scrubby too.
    .-= Jennifer Lavender´s last blog ..Snow in the Desert =-.

  6. JANET
    Feb 03, 2010


  7. Edna
    Mar 29, 2011

    I LOVE the Crocheted Kitchen Gift Set in red & white! But there is no link for the patterns for the 2 snowflake shaped pieces. One is a pot holder & I think the other is a dishcloth. Can you send me or post the patterns for those?
    Thanks so much! These are gorgeous!!

  8. Cindy
    Mar 29, 2011

    Edna: That pattern is Julee’s round ripple dishcloth pattern. I have updated the link on the post so the pattern link is shown. Just an FYI, that pattern is not free which is why I originally didn’t have the link posted. But because several people have asked about the RR dishcloth pattern, I have added the link for the pattern. For the potholder, I just made two round ripple dishcloth pieces and then joined them by working a single crochet through both layers around the outside.

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