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Crochet Beer Cap Hot Pad

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Get creative with this free kitchen crochet pattern. Using beer caps as your base, you can make a really neat hot pad pattern, perfect for warm mugs and hot pans. These coasters are great for anyone and make really fun gifts.  This is a fun intermediate crochet pattern that's quick to make.  Use favorite colors or create coasters in the colors of your husband's favorite sports team for a set of coasters that would be great for his den.

Materials:

  • 75 yards Aunt Lydia's Classic Crochet Yarn (Size 10)
  • Size 9/1.40MM crochet hook
  • 19 beer caps of your choice
  • Sewing needle

 

Gauge:  24 dc/12 rows = 4" in stockinette stitch

 

Pattern Notes:

  • Ch = Chain
  • Dc = Double Crochet
  • Sc = Single Crochet
  • Sc Dec = Single Crochet Decrease (Insert hook in first stitch indicated, yo, pull up loop, insert hook in second stitch indicated, yo, pull up loop, yo, pull thru remaining 3 loops on hook.)
  • Sl St = Slip Stitch

 

Instructions:

  1. Ch 5, slst to first stitch to join.
     
  2. Ch 3, 15 dc in ring, slst to join at top of ch 3. Make sure to dc over the tail of the chain to hide it. (16 dc)
     
  3. Ch 2, sc in same st, *sc 3, 2 sc in next st*, repeat between * two more times, sc 3, slst with top of Beg ch to join (20 sts)
     
  4. Ch 2, sc in every st around, slst with top of Beg ch to join. (20 sts)
     
  5. Ch 3, dc in every st around, slst with top of Beg ch to join. (20 sts)
     
  6. Sc Dec around, slst with top of Beg ch to join (10 sts)
     
  7. Sc dec around, slst with top of Beg ch to join (5 sts)
     
  8. Break thread and weave through remaining 5 loops, tie closed and weave in ends.
     
  9. Using scrap crochet cotton, sew 6 cover caps around one central cap on the underneath side where they touch. Then join 12 covered caps around the six. You can mix and match color however you like, so use you imagination!

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Mar 26, 2014

I don't understand sew on the underneath side where they touch part. How do you adhere bottle caps to crocheted peices?? Me no get!!!

 

Jan 13, 2013

found a vintage pattern made as a pineapple. http://freevintagecrochet.com/free-placemat-patterns/coats303/pineapple-mat-pattern

 

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Jan 3, 2013

did anyone ever get the pattern for the leaves? My mother had these hanging on the wall next to the stove. They hung by a crocheted ring at the top of the leaves. One cluster of grapes was done in green, the other purple. The beer caps were wrapped in foil before being crocheted. I have a wine theme in my kitchen and dining rooms and these would look great on the wall!

 

Aug 19, 2012

COULD YOU POST THE INSTRUCTIONS FOR MAKING THE GRAPE LEAVES TO GO WITH THE GRAPE CLUSTER HOT PADS?

 

Mar 15, 2012

what the heck is a beer cap?...and where would I find them?

 

Jan 12, 2012

I have one of these that my grandmother made in the 1960's, but she covered the caps with fabric, sewed them together and then covered them with doiley's.

 

Jan 2, 2012

I think this is a great way to utilize the caps, and the hot pads are so cute!!! The caps give them a much more stable base...love it!!!

 

Dec 16, 2011

I like project that I can just sit down and crochet without piecing things together, so even though I like the looks of beer cap pot holders I wouldn't make them. jcg1224

 

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