Crochetkari: Kitchen Kompanion

Wednesday 22 August 2012

Kitchen Kompanion

Hi friends, How are you? I hope all of you are in the pink of health. The last few weeks really proved to me that Health is indeed Wealth.

A warm welcome to Mor Lotte at Familien Geleff Fonnesbech  and Rita Ataide (Rita, if you have a blog please let me have a link to it).

Now that I am up and about, I am happy to be back in my kitchen. Takeaway dinners are fun only when it is not compulsory, isn't it? So to celebrate I made one more potholder to  brighten my kitchen.

I really liked the centre of this potholder. What starts out as DC shells ends up as small circles which then form petals of a bigger flower.

This pattern is once again from Best free crochet. I am sorry I don't have a link to the pattern directly. It is a vast site with hundreds of patterns but not user friendly and finding your favourite pattern sometimes takes ages. But all the patterns are really cute and lovely.

Here are the potholders I made so far.

So, how do you like my kute kitchen kompanions?

Right now I am working on this Golden Evening Purse but I am not sure about the kind of handles I can add to it. Next time I will upload pictures of the handles I have and maybe you can give me your suggestions.

So cheerio until the next time. Happy hooking and hope you have a lovely week.

Love xxx


  1. Hi Sangeetha - it's good to hear that you're feeling better. Love your new potholder. :)

  2. Love the potholders! Great Christmas gifts.

  3. So sorry to hear you had such a reaction. Amoxycillin is the antibiotic of choice in this country. My second son had allergies all the time when he was little and was on so much medication. When he was about 2, I stopped giving him anything. And lo and behold if he didn't outgrow it all. I don't go to doctors unless absolutely necessary. And never, ever give antibiotics if it can be avoided. In this day and age, it is given so freely that most everyone has built up a tolerance and therefore the antiobiotics no longer work. Sometimes our bodies just need to do what they need to do on their own without interference from medicine.

    Your potholders are so very pretty! Hope all that itchiness and redness has gone away by now. Best wishes, Tammy

  4. Cheerful and sweet potholders! Sure hope you are feeling better after the reaction to the antibiotic!

  5. Thank you... :o) cute potholders... and what a beautyful evening purse....

  6. Oh I love your potholders! They look so beautiful and cheerful! Love your purse, too, it's coming out beautifully!
    Thank you so much for sharing!
    Best wishes to you.
    Hugs, LS

  7. awesome!!! i'm your new follower..


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