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Without further ado, the bobble heart potholder pattern:

Crochet a sturdy, double-layered cotton potholder in a fun, bright bobble heart design! This project features the bobble stitch and includes a free crochet pattern and step-by-step photo-tutorial. #youshouldcraft #freecrochetpattern #kitchencrochet #crochetpotholder

Begin by chaining 28, using your I hook.

Crochet a sturdy, double-layered cotton potholder in a fun, bright bobble heart design! This project features the bobble stitch and includes a free crochet pattern and step-by-step photo-tutorial. #youshouldcraft #freecrochetpattern #kitchencrochet #crochetpotholder

Row 1: Switch to your H hook. Skip the first chain (ch), single crochet (sc) in the second chain from the hook and sc across (27 stitches). Don’t worry if it’s a little curly, it will flatten out as you add more rows.

Crochet a sturdy, double-layered cotton potholder in a fun, bright bobble heart design! This project features the bobble stitch and includes a free crochet pattern and step-by-step photo-tutorial. #youshouldcraft #freecrochetpattern #kitchencrochet #crochetpotholder

Row 2: Ch 1 and turn. sc, *bobble, sc* (repeat * 13 times). There should be 13 bobble stitches, and 27 total stitches.

To make each bobble, yarn over and put your hook through both loops of the stitch youโ€™re building on. Yarn over again and pull through, as if youโ€™re starting a double crochet. Yarn over again and pull through the first two loops on your hook, leaving two loops on your hook. Basically, you want to crochet 2/3 of a double crochet stitch. Repeat this process (the 2/3 double crochet) four more times in the same stitch. You should now have six loops on your hook, and five partial double crochets (the 6th loop is connected to the previous stitch). Yarn over again and pull all six of the loops through. Chain 1 to finish.

If you need help crocheting the bobble stitch, check out my step-by-step photo-tutorial or video:

Crochet a sturdy, double-layered cotton potholder in a fun, bright bobble heart design! This project features the bobble stitch and includes a free crochet pattern and step-by-step photo-tutorial. #youshouldcraft #freecrochetpattern #kitchencrochet #crochetpotholder

Row 3: Ch 1 and turn. sc across (27 stitches).
Row 4: Ch 1 and turn. sc, bobble, 23 sc, bobble, sc (27 stitches).
Row 5: Ch 1 and turn. sc across (27 stitches).
Row 6: Ch 1 and turn. sc, bobble, sc 3, bobble, sc, bobble, sc 11, bobble, sc, bobble, sc 3, bobble, sc (27 stitches).
Row 7: Ch 1 and turn. sc across (27 stitches).
Row 8: Ch 1 and turn. sc, bobble, sc 3, bobble, sc, bobble, sc 5, [color 2] bobble, [color 1] sc 5, bobble, sc, bobble, sc 3, bobble, sc (27 stitches).

Note: I usually start carrying my second color (pink, in this case) 2-3 stitches early and drop it 2-3 stitches late. I leave a 3-4 inch tail and just trim it off, rather than continuing to carry the second color. Toward the bottom of this post you can see what the back of my potholder looks like before the ends are weaved in.

If you need help switching colors, check out this great tutorial and video on Moogly!

Row 9: Ch 1 and turn. sc 11, [color 2] sc 5, [color 1] sc 11 (27 stitches).
Row 10: Ch 1 and turn. sc, bobble, sc 8, [color 2] sc, *bobble, sc* (repeat * 3 times), [color 1] sc 8, bobble, sc (27 stitches).

Crochet a sturdy, double-layered cotton potholder in a fun, bright bobble heart design! This project features the bobble stitch and includes a free crochet pattern and step-by-step photo-tutorial. #youshouldcraft #freecrochetpattern #kitchencrochet #crochetpotholder

Row 11: Ch 1 and turn. sc 9, [color 2] sc 10, [color 1] sc 9 (27 stitches).
Row 12: Ch 1 and turn. sc, bobble, sc 6, [color 2] sc *bobble, sc* (repeat * 5 times), [color 1] sc 6, bobble, sc (27 stitches).
Row 13: Ch 1 and turn. sc 7, [color 2] sc 13, [color 1] sc 7 (27 stitches).
Row 14: Ch 1 and turn. sc, bobble, sc 4, [color 2] *bobble, sc* (repeat * 7 times), [color 1] sc 4, bobble, sc (27 stitches).
Row 15: Ch 1 and turn. sc 6, [color 2] sc 15, [color 1] sc 6 (27 stitches).
Row 16: Repeat Row 14.
Row 17: Ch 1 and turn. sc 7, [color 2] sc 6, [color 1] sc 1, [color 2] sc 6, [color 1] sc 7 (27 stitches).
Row 18: Ch 1 and turn. sc, bobble, sc 6, [color 2] sc, bobble, sc, bobble, [color 1] sc 3, [color 2] bobble, sc, bobble, sc, [color 1] sc 6, bobble, sc (27 stitches).

Crochet a sturdy, double-layered cotton potholder in a fun, bright bobble heart design! This project features the bobble stitch and includes a free crochet pattern and step-by-step photo-tutorial. #youshouldcraft #freecrochetpattern #kitchencrochet #crochetpotholder

Row 19: Ch 1 and turn. sc across (27 stitches).
Row 20: Ch 1 and turn. sc, bobble, sc 3, bobble, sc 15, bobble, sc 3, bobble, sc (27 stitches).
Row 21: Ch 1 and turn. sc across (27 stitches).
Row 22: Ch 1 and turn. sc, bobble, sc 23, bobble, sc (27 stitches).
Row 23: Ch 1 and turn. sc across (27 stitches).
Row 24: Ch 1 and turn. sc, *bobble, sc* (repeat 12 more times). There should be 13 bobble stitches, and 27 total stitches.
Row 25: Ch 1 and turn. sc across (27 stitches).
**Do not cut and tie off — you will use this yarn for the edging**

Finish up the potholder with the back and edging on the next page!

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Crochet a sturdy, double-layered cotton potholder in a fun, bright bobble heart design! This project features the bobble stitch and includes a free crochet pattern and step-by-step photo-tutorial. #youshouldcraft #freecrochetpattern #kitchencrochet #crochetpotholder


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