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Crochet ovenglove set Knitting Pattern

Crochet ovenglove set

Designer: Lesley Arnold-Hopkins

Made from pure cotton yarn, Lesley Arnold-Hopkins' ovenglove and pot stand set will soon become your favourite cooking aids


Start the new year by treating yourself to pretty new essentials for the kitchen. The cotton yarn used here is not only good at protecting your hands and worktops from hot pans but also has great stitch definition which really shows off the wave pattern! Beeton and Cradock also make really cute housewarming presents, just opt for neutral shades if you're unsure on the recipient's décor.

Wave patt

Worked over 16 sts
? Row 1: 1ch (does not count as a st), * 2dc, 2htr, 2tr, 4dtr, 2tr, 2htr, 2dc, rep from * to end, turn
? Row 2: 4ch (counts as 1dtr), * 1dtr, 2tr, 2htr, 4dc, 2htr, 2tr, 3dtr, rep from * to end, finishing last rep with 2dtr, turn
These two rows set patt

BEETON

Main piece
Using yarn A, make 225ch
? Base row: 1dc in third ch from hook, 2htr, 2tr, 4dtr, 2tr, 2htr, 2dc, work Row 1 of Wave patt to to end, turn
Join in yarn B
? Row 1: using yarn B, work Row 2 of Wave patt to end, finishing last rep with 2dtr, turn
Join in yarn C
? Row 2: using yarn C, work Row 1 of Wave patt to end, turn Change to yarn A
? Row 3: using yarn A, work Row 2 of Wave patt to end, turn . Cont to work Rows 1 and 2 of Wave patt keeping stripe patt correct until 16 rows have been worked
? Fasten off all yarns Mitt panel (make two)
Using yarn A, make 65ch
? Work as for Main piece

Inserts
(make one each in yarns B and C)
Using appropriate yarn make 26ch
? Beg in third ch from hook, 1dc in each ch to end, turn. 25 sts
? Next row: 3ch (counts as 1tr), 1tr in each st to end, turn
? Rep last row 15 times more
? Fasten off

To make up
Stitch Insert to one half of Mitt panel. With insert on the inside, pin and sew Mitt panel to Main piece, so that Insert is towards centre of ovenglove. Fold ends of Main piece and Mitt panel over to create the pockets for hands, sew along sides of fold. Using yarn A and working through both ends of panel and main piece on edge of hand pocket, work 3dc in each dtr row end and 1dc into each dc row end. Weave in ends. Repeat for other side

CRADOCK

Pot holder
(make two)
? Using yarn A, make 33ch
? Work 18 rows in Wave patt, working in one-row stripes as for Main piece

To make up
Place pieces with WS together and working through both layers, work a round of dc working 1dc in each stitch on first and last rows, 3dc in each dtr row ends and 1dc in each dc row end. Weave in ends.

Changing colours in crochet

When joining in a new colour, work to the last stitch in the row in the original shade. Using the same yarn work the next stitch until two loops remain, then use the second colour to complete the stitch. As the colour change is so frequent in this pattern, do not cut the yarns at the end of the row but carefully strand them up the side of the work. 

“This simple and practical project uses the height of different stitches for a pretty wave effect”

Beeton:
Length before making up:130cm
Length after making up: 94cm
Width: 15.5cm
Cradock: 18cm x 18cm

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