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Crafty Intentions CROCHET PATTERN Auryn Potholder (printable PDF-file / 24 pages)

Developed by Megan Lapp aka Crafty Intentions, this pattern is for an Auryn Potholder!! This pattern is written in U.S. terminology.

This pattern comes with instructions to make your very own Auryn Potholder!! Everything you see in the photos is included in the pattern! All instructions are carefully depicted with words and photos! This pattern features clear step by step instruction with a lot of row-by-row photos. The gauge is not crucial to the pattern as long as the stitches are tight enough to hold stuffing.

This pattern is a total of 24 pages containing a full set of written instructions with photographic illustrations, and there are video tutorials for particular steps and stitches available on my YouTube channel. This Pattern consists of ONE PDF File, and the last 3 pages are Text-Only, Printer-Friendly instructions, but I strongly recommend you still refer to the photographic illustrations throughout the pattern if you have any questions.

This pattern is available in English.

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An Auryn potholder from this pattern is less than half an inch thick and 9 inches across from edge to edge.

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Yarn, in worsted weight, all amounts are approximate:

Top (Background): 50 yds

Bottom (Backing): 63 yds

Snake 1: 22 yds

Snake 2: 22 yds


When selecting yarn for this project, make sure that it is safe for your intended use. If you are using this as a decorative item only, then you can use any fiber you want. If, however, you want to use this as a functional potholder (which will be exposed to high heat), then you need to select a fiber that will not melt.

100% Cotton or 100% Wool (not blends) are the best choices for items exposed to heat. Cotton will not melt, is easy to clean, absorbent, and it retains its shape. Wool yarn is another good choice for a functional potholder. It also will not melt, but it is harder to clean and might end up felted if it is machine washed or dried.

**Do not use acrylic or polyester fibers for a functional potholder.**

G (4.0mm) Hook

Darning Needle

Optional: Heat-resistant beads or cotton yarn/thread for eyes

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• suitable for Advanced Beginner skill level or above

• pattern contains clearly explained instructions for each round

• many step-by-step photos

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**This pattern has been tested!**

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The Auryn potholder displayed on the front cover of this pattern was made and photographed by Daniel Jogi Jagoda. You can see more of their work here:

The photo of the Auryn Potholder including the Book was made and photographed by Shawna Dresslar with MaliCat Crochet. You can see more of their work here:

© 2022 Megan Lapp, Crafty Intentions™. All rights reserved. This pattern is FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY. The pattern (or parts of it) may not be reproduced, distributed or resold, translated, published, altered, shared or posted (for sale or free) over the internet or offline. You can sell items made from this pattern, provided they are handmade by yourself in a limited number and you give credit to the designer. Please add the following lines to your item description and any item you are selling: “This item is handmade by (your name) from a design and pattern by Megan Lapp, Crafty Intentions™”.

You will get a PDF (6MB) file