Christmas Wreath Hot Pad ~ Free Pattern (Knit & Crochet!)

Christmas Wreath Hot Pad Free Knitting Pattern

Christmas Wreath Hot Pad Free Knitting Pattern

It’s the 4th and final week of our Holiday craft-a-long, and I’ve created another super cute hot pad pattern (with both a knit and a crochet version) to wrap it up!

These ones would make really great gifts….and might even be fun to hang on your wall or door!

A reminder for those of you who may have missed weeks #1-3…..I’ve created these cute free patterns so we can all work together to add some fun to our Holiday tables!  Everyone who submits a photo of all 4 of their Holiday pot holders together will be entered to win 10 of my patterns (or entry into my next 2 Mystery Create-A-Longs) for free!

{How to Submit Your Photo}

In order to be entered to win, sometime between now and December 31st at Midnight (MST), create a project page that features a photo of all four of your pot holders together on Ravelry.  Be sure to link to one of the four patterns so I can see that you’ve created it.  I’ll randomly select a winner from everyone who submits and will announce the winner in my January 3rd newsletter.

Don’t know how to create a project page?  Don’t worry!  It’s super easy.  Click here to be taken to my tutorial on how to do that.

Want to join in on the fun!?

You’ll find the free Christmas Tree Pot Holder Pattern from week #1 by clicking here.

You’ll find the free Snowman Pot Holder Pattern from week #2 by clicking here.

You’ll find the free Candy Cane Hot Pat Pattern from week #3 by clicking here.

Come and share your photos with everyone in the Melody’s Makings’ Facebook group along the way…..or e-mail me your photos at melody@melodys-makings.com. I always love seeing them!

Christmas Wreath Hot Pad Free Crochet Pattern

Christmas Wreath Hot Pad Free Crochet Pattern

In order to get the free pattern:

1. Head over to Ravelry, add this pattern to your favorites and queue the pattern listing.  This is a great way to help new customers find my shop, and I SUPER appreciate you taking that extra moment 🙂

You’ll find the knit Ravelry listing here.

You’ll find the crochet Ravelry listing here.

2. Share this blog post with your crafty friends.  The more people who find my shop and enjoy my patterns, the more freebies I’m able to give away!  So please use the handy social sharing buttons at the bottom of this post or the link below so your friends can take advantage of this free pattern too.

3. Download, Save, and Enjoy!

Download the knit pattern by clicking here.

Download the crochet pattern by clicking here.

13 Comments On “Christmas Wreath Hot Pad ~ Free Pattern (Knit & Crochet!)”

  1. nice..thanks

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  2. Will put paper napkins in the hole if they, going try one now. Really sweet

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  3. Love you knitting patterns. The instructions are easy. Thank you for the patterns.

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  4. I love all of these patterns! I threw them all together for a Christmas wreath by using a slightly smaller hook! I left off the wreath on the front door but slapped it on for the final drawing photo. I got a lot of complements for it already in our apartment complex and on fb! Passing out your reference left and right! 😉 Ive never made a project page before and was hoping you could tell me if I did it right to be included in the drawing?
    Thank you so much again for the fun and well written patterns! Merry Christmas!

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    • Hey Megan! Could you send me a link to your project page? I’ll be able to see if you’ve connected it correctly that way 🙂 Love the idea of a wreath! Can’t wait to see it!

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  5. Yeah! Just gonna do it here!
    http://ravel.me/domin8nd/5ba9i
    Hope that works! Haha! Thank you for the help, I’m so new to all this still!

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  6. Well thank you! I was bummed bc I hadn’t made a Christmas wreath yet this year, but once I saw your cute snowman and Christmas tree pattern I thought “huh!”. Just threw them all together with a few snowflakes and called it good. The mini wreath hangs on the fridge instead so there isn’t too much green. 😉
    Thanks again for the help!

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  7. What kind of m1 stitch did you use on the leaves? When you say short rows are you wrapping stitches? Thanks!

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    • I used a left leaning make 1 where you pick up the bar in between sts 🙂 I didn’t wrap and turn for this pattern….simply turned my work. It worked out great 🙂

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  8. TFS!!! Love your patterns.

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  9. Feb. 2016

    Getting ideas for Christmas 2016.Love the Christmas wreath! Bev

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