Crochet a potholder with pansy embellishment and a dishcloth in matching colors. This pansy set crochet pattern creates a lovely accent in any kitchen.
Using a bulky weight yarn you can crochet this easy crochet basket pattern. This makes for a nice decorative piece for your kitchen. Fill it with fruit or use it to hold you mail.
If you love to crochet and want to make homemade placemats, then you'll love this cool project! This is a great pattern for beginners and can be made to fit anyone's home decor. Choose your yarn color to match your personality.
Two of my favorite things are crocheting and baking cakes. In this pattern I combined them both, in a crochet cake! I made this for Crochet Todays first birthday, and its still one of my favorite designs.
Hate looking at the label on the dish soap? Cover it up with this fun soap apron crochet pattern. You only need a small amount of blue and white yarn.
This free crochet pattern combines triangular shapes and vibrant colors to create a quick and easy cloth. Use it in your kitchen to celebrate the arrival of spring.
Give your kitchen a little vintage flair with this sweet Scalloped Cherry Dishcloth. Great for all levels of crochet fans, this free crochet dishcloth pattern is a great way to bring a little sweetness to your decor.
Crochet a cornucopia of vegetables including tomato, corn, eggplant, and carrots. Kids can use for a play kitchen or use as a decorative accent in the kitchen.
Use fabric stiffener to create decorative bowls with crochet doilies. These pretty little bowls are perfect for filling with jelly beans and other favors on Easter. Create one for every guest at the table or use to serve dessert any time of the year.
Crochet a cheerful, striped cover for your kitchen utensil holder and a matching stripe pot holder. Each can have a daffodil embellishment or that part of the kitchen crochet pattern can be omitted.