Textured Crochet Trivet

A fun and practical spring project.

Skill Level | Easy
Finished Size | 7.5″ x 7.5″

Save your table and learn how to crochet a chain loop stitch – an excellent choice for a crochet trivet or pot holder.

Introduction

About this Pattern


If you’re looking for a quick one skein project this spring or summer, you’re in the right place. Our textured crochet trivet uses the loop stitch to add enough thickness to be a safe buffer between your table and a hot pot.

With this project you’ll get lots of practice with the loop stitch, a unique stitch that’s great for projects like this as well as rugs. You don’t need a ton of experience to work it either. It’s made up of basic stitches you probably already know how to crochet.

Before you begin, review this page entirely so you understand the full scope of the project. We have a list of recommended supplies and abbreviations here on this page as well as written instructions and a tutorial to walk you through our textured crochet trivet from start to finish.

getting started

Recommended Supplies


  • Approx 115 yds; Lily Sugar ‘n Cream Yarn (Colorway pictured: Potpourri)
  • 4.5 mm Crochet Hook
  • Yarn Needle
  • Scissors

FAQ: Can I use a different yarn?
Sure, as long as it is in the same weight category. Check your gauge to make sure this substitution won’t affect the sizing and keep in mind the recommended amount will likely be inaccurate.

Additional Resources:

Ultimate Guide to Yarn Weight

3 Things you Must Do to Substitute Yarn on B.Hooked TV

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pattern details

Abbreviations


This pattern is written using standard US crochet terminology.

  • BLO Back Loop Only
  • Ch Chain
  • Fdc Foundation Double Crochet
  • Hk Hook
  • Rem Remaining
  • Rep Repeat
  • Slst Slip Stitch
  • St(s) Stitch(es)
Finished Size

7.5″ x 7.5″

Gauge

Measure on back side of work:
15.5 sts x 9 rows = 4″ in stitch pattern

This pattern uses a chain loop stitch to create a thick fabric. Cotton yarn is the best choice for this type of project because it’s durable and easy to care for.

Additional Notes: Chain 1 at beginning of rows does not count as a stitch.

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the pattern

Written Instructions


Row 1: Make 27 Fdc. Ch 1 and turn.

Row 2: Slst in BLO of first st. Ch 5. *Slst in BLO of next st. Ch 5. Rep from * to last st. Ch 5. Slst to 3rd turning ch. Ch 2 and turn.

Row 3: 1 dc in unused loop of every st from prev row. Ch 1 and turn.

Repeat: Rep rows 2 and 3 until work measures approx 7” from starting edge. Don’t fasten off.

Border

Round 1: Rotate work to evenly space 26 sts along side edge of work. 3 sc in first st of bottom edge. 1 sc in rem st to the last. 3 sc in last st of bottom edge. Rotate work and evenly space 26 sts along side edge of work. 3 sc in first st of top edge. 1 sc in each rem st of top edge. Ch 16 and join with a slst to first sc of round. Fasten off and weave in ends.


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