Crochet Hot Pad Pattern

Hey there, crochet lovers! Sandra here, and I’m so excited to share my latest creation with you.

We are talking about a Crochet Hot Pad Pattern

If you are using the same boring hot pads in your kitchen and want to add a touch of personality to your cooking routine, this crochet hot pad pattern is for you!

I’ve designed a brand new Hot Pad pattern that is not only easy to make but also works up very quickly and uses two strands of yarn for more thickness. . Trust me, you will love it!

So grab your crochet hook and let’s get started on this fun and functional project.

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It’s a great pattern because:

Get ready for a fun crochet adventure with this pattern – it’s seriously a breeze to make! Plus, I incorporated my all-time favorite V stitches, giving it a unique touch. The best part? It’s a fantastic stash buster, so you can use up those leftover yarns and get creative with color combos!

To make it extra sturdy and lush, I used 2 strands of yarn. That means you can totally mix and match different yarns to create your own custom look. And guess what? This project works up super quickly, making it perfect for last-minute gifts, craft markets, or giving your kitchen a fabulous makeover in a jiffy!

Trust me, you’ll have a blast making these beauties and they’ll jazz up your kitchen style like no other. So grab the pattern and get hooking! Happy crocheting! 😊🧶

hot pad crochet pattern

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Before you get started…

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Pattern Designed By: Sandra Stitches This pattern is copyright protected; it is unlawful to distribute this pattern in any form (free, sale or trade).

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Let’s get to the pattern, shall we?




Deluxe Cygnet Aran, 100gr, 100% Superior Acrylic, 210 mt, 230 yards, shade: Harvest


Deluxe Cygnet Aran, 100gr, 100% Superior Acrylic, 210 mt, 230 yards, shade: Cream

I used two strands held together

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Lion Brand – Pound of Love

Ice Yarns – Barkum Batik

Mary Maxim – Pound of fun

Hook: US Size J-10 (6 mm) 

  • Yarn Needle, Scissors, Measuring Tape


  • Not Relevant


  • 9” circumference

Stitch Key

  • Ch = Chain
  • Sc = Single Crochet
  • St = Stitch
  •  Dc = Double Crochet 
  • Yo = yarn over
  • Inc – Increase

Specialty Stitch & Technique Key

Vstitch  = (Dc1+Ch1+Dc1) in the same st

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  • The pattern is worked in rounds
  • This pattern uses pattern repeats.
  • You can work this pattern with one color or multiple as you wish- I used one color
  • If changing colors make sure to have a changing technique and weave your ends in.

Now to the Instructions:

Chain 4, Slst to first Ch to form a circle, or use the magic circle.

Round 1: Ch3, Ch1, Dc1, Vst 5 in center of the circle, Slst to top Ch form Ch3 beginning (6 Vst)

Round 2:  Slst to 1st Ch1 space from prev round, (Dc1+Ch1+Dc1+Ch1+Dc1) in 1st Ch1 space, and in each Ch1 space from prev round to end of the round, Slst to top of 1st Dc to close the round, Slst to  1st Ch1 space

Next is Round 3: (Inc) Vst in 1st Ch space, Vst in next Ch1 space, Ch1 + Dc in same Ch1 space (the second from prev row),  V st in next Ch1 space, Vst +Ch1+dc1 in same next Ch1 space, repeat around to end of round. ( on first Ch1 space 1 Vs, on 2nd Ch1 space Vst +Ch1+Dc1 ), Slst to top of 1st Dc to close the row, Slst to 1st Ch1 space.

Round 4: (Inc) (Dc2+ Ch1+Dc1) in 1st Ch1 space, (Dc2+ Ch1+Dc1) in next Ch1 space, and in every Ch1 space from prev round, Slst to top of 1st Dc to close the round, Slst to 1st Ch1 space

Now move to Round 5:(Inc) (Dc2 +Ch1+Dc2) in 1st Ch1 space, *[(Dc2 +Ch1+Dc1) in next Ch1 space, (Dc2 +Ch1+Dc2) in next Ch1 space]*, repeat from *to* to end of the round, Slst to top of 1st Dc to close the round.

Round 6 +7: Ch1, Sc1 in 1st st from hook, Sc1 in next and in every st and Ch space around. Close the round with an Slst to 1st Ch1.


Cut your yarn and weave in the ends.


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