CROCHET MITERED – a wonderful thing! What’s so cool about these common kitchen accessories? There are several answers to this question. Firstly, a beautiful potholder, as related in the same style with the napkin, adorns and complements the interior of the kitchen.

Second is an irreplaceable tool in working with hot pots and pans. If you already know how to crochet, the following instructions will help you learn how to crochet on a blanket.


Third, lover while knitting these products will enhance your craft skills. Another advantage is that, for the manufacture of kitchen accessories, many wires are not required.

Therefore, it is a good choice to float wires. Plenty of room for imagination and creativity at work on the production of simply unlimited appliances. You can choose to create templates and patterns, and you can use ready-made.


For those in search of something a little more interesting than a basic square, a mitered square may just be the ticket. Worked from a corner to the opposite outer side, a mitered square is perfect for those occasions when you need the final result to be a square.

But you do not know how to do your wire goes – or you are just not sure what point you will get bored of working on it and deciding it is big enough.

When worked on a variegted yarn, it creates an interesting pattern of color transitions, and can even be used to get the same look as the knitting patterns made with (the knitting version) of this technique!



A mitered square is formed by increasing the work at the center point of each line. To make a square as shown, start by chaining two, then making three crochet stitches at the second point on the hook.

Chain one, turn single crochet, make three unique crochet at the next point, single crochet at the next point. With each successive line, add one more point before and after the center increase.

Thus, the instructions for Line 3 would be “sc 2, 3 sc on the next st, sc 2”, the instructions in Line 4 would read “sc 3, 3 sc on the next, sc 3” and so on. The dot count increases by two with each line added.

I say “if you like” because you may like to use the pattern as a starting point; you can, and should, feel free to make changes to the pattern. Change the colors if you want; feel free to use a different border than the one used by the designer.

You could make your blanket larger or smaller than the size suggested in the pattern. In that case, you can make the changes you deem necessary so that the blanket is exactly the way you want it. I thought it is possible to connect more than one such simple hook and some different colors.

All together, they create a shiny accent in the kitchen and therefore make it more comfortable. So look in your dumpsters, we have remnants of yarn (not fine), we choose the most beautiful and bright colors. Chances are you should consider if they are suitable for the interior of your kitchen.