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Crochet Patterns for Chubby Nubby Kitchen Set pdf via email

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This listing is for the patterns, not the actual finished projects. In this bundle you will receive a link (where you may download three separate .pdf files) via email within 48 hours of confirmed payment. I'm usually able to get patterns out within a few hours, but my internet connection sometimes has other plans.

By choosing this option to purchase all three patterns at once, you are saving $1.48 vs. buying them separately. If you have already purchased one of the patterns, please contact me via Etsy or email. I will set up a special listing for you so that you may take advantage of the discounted price.

CHUBBY NUBBY SCRUBBY

Supplies needed to complete project:
about 40-50 yards of worsted weight cotton yarn
equal amount of size 10 crochet cotton (optional)
size G-6 (4.0 mm) crochet hook
smaller hook or yarn needle for weaving in ends
stitch marker or length of scrap yarn (optional)

The finished example measures 3 3/4" x 6" x 3/4".

This is a great alternative to all those synthetic kitchen sponges that we use for a couple of weeks then throw away. Use it in the shower or bath to replace a washcloth. Although the example doesn’t show it, a basic hanging loop is included in the pattern.

This simple pattern is worked using basic stitches. The pictured example was crocheted using Lily sugar 'n Cream worsted weight cotton yarn held together with a size 10 cotton thread to give it extra texture.

CHUBBY NUBBY TOWELS

The best thing about this towel is that it virtually folds itself! The finished product measures about 13" at the widest point and about 17" long when the button on the hanging loop is fastened. The hanging loop is sized to fit an average oven handle.

The main pattern is for the hanging towel with 3/4" button as pictured. Variations are included for making a flat towel (without the hanger) and for different sized buttons. Also included is a variation guide to adjust the location of the decorative stitching and the length of the hanging loop. Instructions are also included for any special stitches required to complete the pattern.

All instructions use American terminology and standard abbreviations.

Supplies needed:
about 7-8 oz (260-275 yds) worsted weight cotton yarn
size I-9 (5.5 mm) crochet hook
size H-8 (5.0 mm) crochet hook
yarn needle and/or traditional sewing needle for weaving in ends and attaching button
stitch markers or scraps of yarn for counting rows

CHUBBY NUBBY POT HOLDER/HOT PAD

Supplies needed to complete project:
about 110-120 yards of worsted weight cotton yarn
size H-8 (5.0 mm) crochet hook
size I-9 (5.5 mm) crochet hook
smaller hook or yarn needle for weaving in ends
stitch marker or length of scrap yarn (optional)

The finished example measures 8" x 8" x 1/2".

Use this thick and pretty pad to pull cookie sheets from the oven or to protect your counters from hot items. Instructions are for a pocket type and a standard pot holder/hot pad. Although the example doesn’t show it, a basic hanging loop is included in the pattern.

I must apologize for the example. In an effort to repurpose some yarn from another project, I underestimated what I would need and used another colorway for the final round.

This simple pattern is worked using basic stitches. The pictured example was crocheted using Lily sugar 'n Cream worsted weight cotton yarn. All instructions use American terminology and standard abbreviations.

About my work:

Any pattern I design and post is my property. Please do not duplicate my patterns for any reason especially to sell. Instead, please link to my blog (http://biggirljewelry.blogspot.com/ ) or to the page where you found the pattern when referencing one of my patterns.

You are more than welcome to offer finished products made from my patterns for sale. I see no reason why you should not profit from your hard work. However, I'd really appreciate it if you gave me credit for the design; please reference my blog or the pattern page.

If you do make any of my patterns I'd love to see your finished items; please take a moment to email pictures to me.

If you are not interested in making your own pieces, I occasionally offer finished items in my shops. I also welcome special orders, so email me and let's work together.

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Crochet Patterns for Chubby Nubby Kitchen Set pdf via email

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