Updated: Feb 26
Hello, hi & welcome back! I'm so excited to share my free crochet pattern for this cozy Thermal Stitch Hot Pad! These hot pads are super quick to make with one 50 yard skein of bulky cotton yarn. They make an excellent thoughtful, handmade housewarming gift ideas or simple minimalist kitchen accessories!
Each hot pad is worked in a flat square using a 'thermal stitch'; the loop is added at the end. The finished hot pad measures approximately 8 x 8 inches. It is important to use cotton yarn for this project so it won’t melt when you place hot items on it!
*For an affordable, ad-free PDF you can print: CLICK HERE*
Most all of my patterns can be found in printable versions in my Etsy Shop. My printable crochet patterns are condensed, ad-free PDFs written for those of us who prefer to work from a paper pattern instead of a screen.
I love a good video tutorial! This video tutorial of How to Crochet: EASY Hot Pad is designed as a visual tool to go along with the written pattern found here on my blog. Don't forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel for more fun patterns and tutorials!
* PIN IT! *
Pin this Easy Velvet Scarf Free Crochet Pattern to your crochet board on Pinterest so you can easily locate it later!
Materials (some affiliate links):
If you make a purchase through my link, I make a small commission at no additional cost to you. Thank you!
Cotton Bulky (5) Yarn - I used Yarn Bee Cotton XXL in color Almond
Size K Crochet Hook
Scissors - https://amzn.to/2Y0r8Ui
Stitch Markers - https://amzn.to/3bdJoiH
Tapestry Needle / Yarn Needle - https://amzn.to/31RWQo3
This pattern is written in US crochet terminology.
SC - Single Crochet
Thermal Stitch Hot Pad - Free Crochet Pattern
Hot Pad Base:
Row 1: SC in the back bump in each stitch of the chain stitches, chain 1 (18 stitches)
Rows 2-27: We are going to continue to SC in each stitch, but it will be a thermal stitch, chain 1 (18 stitches)
thermal stitch - Insert the hook in the back loop only then continue down through the loop left directly below from the previous row. You'll have 2 loops on the hook, yarnover, pull through both loops, yarnover, pull through both loops again.
Row 28: Since this is the last row, we will continue the thermal stitch but we will use both loops instead of just the back loop and the loop from the row below. So 3 loops on the hook before the yarnover. (18 stitches)
Chain 9, slip stitch into the same corner stitch.
Chain 1, tie off pulling through the chain stitch to secure.
Weave in the ends and trim any excess yarn.
I hope you have enjoyed creating with me! I had so much fun designing this thermal stitch hot pad crochet pattern!
FOLLOW ME FOR MORE FUN CROCHET:
(You're welcome to make and sell items using my patterns but do not use my pattern or pictures and claim them as your own. Clearly credit the design to me and provide a link back to my pattern. Personal Use Only. ©2020 Heather Corinne)
* CLICK HERE to Support me on Patreon! *
A very special THANK YOU to all of my Patrons who support my yarn fund, my passion for my craft, and my dream of becoming a full-time creator!