Tooth Potholder and Coaster

from The Fur~Babies Momma

Tooth Potholder and Coaster Pattern

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Crocheting: Tooth Potholder and Coaster
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Crocheting

Type:

Home Decor

Item:

Kitchen Accessory

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • chain
  • double crochet
  • half double crochet
  • single crochet
  • slip stitch
  • together

Pattern Description:

Do you have a "friendly" dentist?

Is your "baby" ready to lose a tooth?

Here is the PERFECT gift . . . a smiling tooth ! ! ! ! !

The tooth can be used as a potholder or, as the dental students I have given it to use it, a coaster. The double thickness both protects your hands from the heat of a dish out of the oven AND it absorbs the moisture from a glass of liquid.

Wait, you say, but how can a tooth be made cute?

Add some hair. I have used bells, but it would look just as cute with fun-fur . . . you know the Tooth Fairy would have this type of a coaster. Don't you?

No matter how you finish this potholder.coaster off. I can guarantee the recipient will smile and remember you every time they use it.

100% of the purchase price for the pattern goes to Natalie's 2nd Chance Shelter, a no-kill dog shelter in my home state of Indiana. It is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization.

The "Fur~Babies" and I thank you for your purchase.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 5 1/2" x 8 3/4"

Materials:

  • Cotton Yarn
  • Crochet Hook - G
  • Tapestry/Yarn Needle
  • Scissors

About Designer

About Designer

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I am a retired middle school teacher. My passion for teaching has morphed into a passion for all things crochet.

When you do buy my patterns, all of your money will go to Natalie's Second Chance Shelter, a no kill dog shelter in my home state of Indiana.

The "Fur~Babies" and I thank you for your purchase.

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