It's November and the holidays are quickly approaching. This means busy days and lots of entertaining! With that in mind, I decided to make a fun and easy free loom knitting pattern for the dinner table. This version is what I like to refer to as "farmhouse chic", a little rustic and full of home-made goodness. Loom knit this hot pad in 2 colors as shown or in one color. It's an easy pattern that you can adapt to any holiday or every day decor!

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Loom Knit Trivet/Hot Pad Pattern

Level:  Beginner
Measurements:  7 1/4" x 5 1/2". Larger and smaller trivets can be made by shortening or lengthening i-cords.

  • Yarn:  Lion Brand,Wool Ease Thick and Quick; any colors.
  • Loom:  3/4" peg spacing loom, large gauge (knifty knitter style).
  • Knitting tool
  • Yarn needle
Make i-cord
  • Cast on 3 pegs.
  • Row 1:  Knit peg 1, knit peg 3, knit peg 2.
  • Repeat row 1 until i-cord measures desired length.
  • Bind off; leaving tail long enough for sewing trivet together.
  • For 2 color i-cord; knit 3 separate i-cords. (1) measuring 32", this will be your outside color, (2) measuring 14", these should be in 2 separate colors.
  • For single color i-cord knit (1) single i-cord measuring 60 inches.
  • Wind i-cord as shown in the photos above, sewing as you go along. Take needle through center of i-cord hiding it within knitting. This will leave no seam making the hot pad reversible.

Thank you for reading and Happy Loom Knitting-Nicole

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