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December 09, 2012

Crochet Hemp :: Knit & Crochet Hot Pad Tutorial

Check out these yummy, chunky hot pads I knitted (with a touch of crochet). Here's how I did it:

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  • With 6 strands of A held together, cast on 15 stitches onto knitting needles
  • Rows 1–24: Knit all rows to create a stockinette pattern.
  • Bind off and fasten off, leaving a long tail.
  • With crochet hook, create 5 chain stitches with the tail and join with a slip stitch to create loop.
  • With tapestry needle, fasten off all ends.
Repeat with 6 strands of B to create second hot pad.

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Each hot pad weighs approximately 6 ounces. You can work with 6 spools of A or B. If working with just one spool of A or B, pull out enough yarn so that it weighs 1 ounce and make that into a small ball. Repeat until you have 6 small 1-ounce balls of yarn. Use the strands of all six balls to make the hot pad. 
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