Union Jack Potholder Pattern (with Crochet Basics)
Make you own Union Jack potholder. It also makes a perfect housewarming-gift, x-mas or birthday-present.
This pattern is suitable for beginners.
22 Pages illustrated with many photos. Every working step is explained in detail. Contains a beginner´s guide to crochet with many step-by-step photos. Written Pattern for the Union Jack potholder. Crochet-Chart in color Crochet-Chart in black and white
I am always available for questions if you need any help with the pattern!
This pattern is written in english (US Terms). You can also find a german version in my shop.
Price is for the PATTERN only, not the finished product.
©2017 Sapri DESIGN, Sarah Prieur – All rights reserved. This pattern is for personal use only! The pattern (or parts of it) may not be reproduced, distributed or resold, translated, published, altered, shared or posted (for sell or free) over the internet or offline. You can sell items made from this pattern, provided that they are handmade by yourself in a limited number and you give credit to me as the designer. Please give the following lines with your item description and any item you are selling: „This potholder is handmade by ...(your name)... from a design and pattern by Sapri DESIGN – Sarah Prieur / www.sapri-design.com.“
- 22 Pages illustrated with many photos.
- Every working step is explained in detail.
- Contains a beginner´s guide to crochet with many step-by-step photos.
- Written Pattern for the Union Jack potholder.
- Crochet-Chart in color
- Crochet-Chart in black and white
Materials you need at home:
- Light worsted Yarn 100% Cotton
- crochet hook size 3.0 mm or 4.0 mm
- tapestry needle
- 2 felt sheets 20 x 30 cm
- sewing machine
- sewing thread (same color as the yarn you use for the background)
Hi, I’m Sarah the person behind Sapri DESIGN - Der Lappenladen. I live in Munich (Bavaria) in Germany. Since I was a little girl I love to crochet, knit and sew. My mum and my grandmother taught me all about it. The german word for "potholder" is "Topflappen" (Topf = pot, Lappen = cloth). When I startet to sell my potholders from the patterns I’ve designed I decided to call my Shop "Der Lappenladen" which means "The Cloth Shop". Soon I realised there are a lot of people who want to crochet the potholders themselves, so I started to sell my potholder-patterns. I’ve got loads of ideas for more patterns. If you are interested you can find more about me on Instagram and my Blog. www.sapri-design.com www.instagram.com/sapri_design www.instagram.com/derlappenladen
Thank you, Sarah