More Native American Potholders Crochet Patterns

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This month Carol Hegar from Shady Lane Original Crochet Designs has donated a copy of her More Native American Potholders Crochet Pattern eBook to be given away to one of my readers! If you have ever wanted to try this easy crochet technique, these portable, smaller-sized projects are the perfect way to learn.


[disclaimer]I received a copy of this pattern to review from Shady Lane Original Crochet Designs. The opinions expressed in this review are my own.[/disclaimer]


More Native American Potholder Crochet Patterns by Carol Hegar. eBook Review.

Title: More Native American Potholders
Author: Carol Hegar

More Native American Potholders Review

More Native American Potholders includes 7 easy-to-crochet, double thickness potholder crochet patterns. These beautiful potholders are a great gift idea and a fantastic portable project to take with you while you are travelling during the holidays.

Each of these Southwest Native American themed potholder designs is crocheted with medium weight yarn [4] and a 4 mm (G) hook.   Instructions include a written pattern (US Crochet Terms) plus an optional graph for those who prefer to work from a graph.

Be sure to read the notes on page 2 and 3 before you begin. It explains how you crochet the potholders and the technique that is used. There is also a helpful video if you are a visual learner.

Yarn and Hook

  • Medium Weight [4] Yarn – cotton is recommended.
  • 4 mm (G) hook

Native American Potholder Patterns Included

  • Eagle. Finished Size: 8 inches X 8 inches
  • Traditions. Finished Size: 8.25 inches X 8.25 inches
  • Santa Fe. Finished Size: 7.75 inches X 7.75 inches
  • Pueblo. Finished Size: 7.75 inches X 7.75 inches
  • Falsa. Finished Size: 7.75 inches X 7.75 inches
  • Tribal Spirit. Finished Size: 9.25 inches X 9.25 inches
  • Southwest. Finished Size: 8.25 inches X 8.25 inches

Easy to Learn Crochet Technique

These potholders are easier to crochet than you would think and with Carol’s helpful step-by-step video tutorial you will be able to master the technique easily.
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The More Native American Potholders crochet patterns are crocheted with an easy-to-learn method where you work with only one color of yarn at a time, using a dropped double crochet stitch technique. The effect is similar to Mosaic Knitting but it’s crochet! This is the same technique that was used years ago when making the Navajo Afghans (Trail of Tears Afghans) that were so very popular.
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Instead of trying to juggle more than one color of yarn at a time for each row you work, this technique allows you to crochet your stitches into the remaining front loop of a stitch 2 rows prior and add a different color simply!
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All the color changes take place at the beginning of the rows so this means you are only working with a single color of yarn at a time.
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Only simple stitches are used to make this afghan, so I feel a determined beginner would be able to master the pattern. You will only need to understand where to find the front loops and back loops of your stitches, single crochet, double crochet and slip stitches.  I love how easy this technique makes it to crochet mosaic designs.
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More Native American Potholders eBook is available for purchase from Shady Lane Original Crochet Designs. The current price (which is subject to change) at the time of this post being written is $8.95 USD.

If you would like to get your own copy today, you can use this coupon to receive 15% off: BAWKA and the coupon works for all the patterns on her site! 

If you win the raffle and you have already purchased the booklet, Carol will be happy to substitute another Shady Lane ePattern of your choice from her designs!

Other Patterns To Try

If you enjoy using the dropped double crochet technique, then I suggest you check out the other patterns available from Carol for Native American designs, hearts, diamonds, teddy bears, choo-choo trains, kitty cats and castles on her website.

More Native American Potholders eBook Giveaway!

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If you are not the lucky winner of the giveaway and you would like to purchase your own copy of the More Native American Potholders eBook, you can get it directly from Carol’s site. Be sure to use this coupon code for 15% off (for a limited time!) any of her patterns from her shop! Browse her patterns here. Coupon Code: BAWKA

Please note: refunds will not be given for incorrectly applied, or the failure to remember to apply the coupon code before purchase. Please double check and message us if you have questions about using the coupon code. We are happy to help resolve issues that arise before you complete a purchase! Thank you for your understanding, Rhondda

I’d like to thank Carol Hegar for providing me with the review copy of More Native American Potholders eBook and for the giveaway copy for my readers!

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25 Comments

  1. I love the potholders. They’re amazing! I would love to try to make some!

  2. Thank you for tge review. I’ve seen these patterns before but was afrais to invest because I wasn’t sure I would be able to make them. Now, after reading your review, I’m confident that I can give them a try! Too bad I missed the giveaway. 😉

  3. I love the Howling Wolf afghan and the Native American Table Runners and Placemats. Thank you for an opportunity to win the EBook. Good luck to everyone.

  4. I love the Native American Tote! Great designs I would love to make!

  5. My favorite pattern(s) on Shady Lane Original Crochet Designs Patterns are the Tribal Traditions Poncho & Afghan,

  6. My favorite Shady Lane pattern is Native American Series, Vol. 1, #195.

  7. I like them all but would have to say The Howling Wolf..I love anything Native American as I am part Cherokee and part Sioux on my mom’s dad’s side of the family.

  8. My favourite pattern collection is the American Placemats & Table Runner….just stunning.

  9. I like all of Shady Lane’s patterns, but I have to say I really like the Howling Wolf Afghan the most.

  10. Wow I can’t believe all the awesome designs!!! I loveALL the Native American stuff but my fave is the Native American afghan. Also love the football field afghan.

  11. So many lovely designs. I really like the Taos Poncho and Afghan