Play Kitchen Potholders
By Jennifer Dickerson
What's a kitchen without something homemade? Make a few of these for your little one's play kitchen with some leftover cotton yarn. Then grab some plastic food and get cooking!
**Important** These are for play only and not intended for real kitchen use! (May not protect your hands from hot items)
- Cotton Yarn (such as Lily Sugar 'n Cream or Lion Brand Cotton Ease)
- US 8 Straight Needles
- 2 US 8 DPNs
- Tapestry Needle
- CO: Cast on
- BO: Bind Off
- KFB: Knit front and back of each stitch
- K2tog: Knit two stitches together
CO 4 sts
Row 1: Knit
Row 2: K1, KFB, then knit for remainder of row
Continue in this manner until you have 28 sts on your needle
Next row: Knit 1, k2tog, then knit for the remainder of the row
Continue in this manner until you have 4 sts on the needle
BO 2 sts, switch to DPNs and work in i-cord for 2 inches
BO 2 sts and tack down end with tapestry needle to form a hanging loop.
© Jennifer Dickerson 2013
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PS This super cute play pot and ladle are "Green Toys" made of 100% recycled plastic milk jugs and BPA-free. We have the tea set too! To get your own Green Toys, click here