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Crochet Flower Pot Holder – Dirty Bitch


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This crochet flower pot holder is the perfect gift for the gardener in your life!

Drop me a comment and let me know which gardener in your life needs this to live!

Spring is basically here and I’ve been meaning and meaning to get out in the backyard and start clearing out my vegetable bed. But since I can’t seem to manage to get out there, I turned my attention to my indoor plants and dreamed up these fun flower pot holders 🙂 


This pattern is the third in a series of pot cozies intended to help you express how you really feel about keeping those damn things alive…

These pieces are designed to be used on multiple pot sizes and shapes because there are just so damn many kinds out there! So I decided to use ties in order to allow some flexibility!

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Terms / Skill Level

US / Intermediate


Yarn -

Hook -

Notions -

    • Yarn Needle


Using 3.5mm hook and yarn (A) or (B), 18st x 16 rows = 4″x4″ 


Approx. 11″x5″


beg – beginning

blo – back loop only

ch – chain

dc – double crochet

flo – front loop only

hdc – half-double crochet

rep – repeat

RS – right side

sc – single crochet

sl st(s) – slip stitch(es)

sp(s) – space(s)

st(s) – stitch(es)

tc – triple crochet

WS – wrong side

Special Stitches

(CK) Clones Knot – 20Loop

I racked my brain trying to come up with a way to demonstrate this stitch in text and photos and just could not figure it out and convey it in any way that felt like it made sense and wouldn’t leave you confused. SO, I made a video. If you need to learn how to do a clones knot, you can find that tutorial here:

Pattern Notes


Graph section worked in single crochet.

Beginning ch 51, start Row 1 in second ch from hook.

Ch 1 does not count as first stitch in each row.

It is my personal preference that each RS row is worked in the back loop only of the previous stitch and each WS row is worked in the front loop only of the previous stitch, however you can work in the stitches normally if you like. The plus side of working in BLO/FLO is that the stitches tend to line up A LOT better.

Need some help in the crochet colorwork arena?

Check out the videos in my YouTube playlist of tutorials for Crochet Colorwork and Graphs

How to Read a Crochet Graph>

Change Colors Fair Isle Method>

You’ll see this called Intarsia in the video, but I have since learned that, after all this time of doing this thing, this method is actually called Fair Isle. 

Intarsia is specifically where you would use a separate bobbin for each and every section where the color changes (using the video’s example, the H, I, ! and Background would all have a separate bobbin in Intarsia. Where Fair Isle, the colors are carried across the wrong side of the work.

Change Colors Tapestry Method>

Tip for cleaning up your colorwork pieces!

Check out this video tutorial and tip for making colorwork pieces like these a little cleaner and more finished!

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Free Crochet Pattern – Plant Purgatory Wall Hanging

Let’s face it, just because you love plants, doesn’t automatically mean you have the greenest thumb on the planet…If you or someone you know keeps buying plants just to watch them slowly die on a shelf (like me…) then this wall hanging is the perfect in-good-humor free crochet pattern to stitch up 😀

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