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Granny Log Cabin
Pot Holder
By Erin Joy Kortering
www.dutchgirldiary.blogspot.com

Supplies Needed:
Scraps of Worsted Weight Yarn – wool or cotton. Cotton Ease was used
for the sample.
Crochet Hook – Size G or H. Size H was used for the sample.

Step 1:
Crochet a 2 round granny
square.
Fasten off and weave in
ends.
Note - Traditional Log
Cabins have a red or
yellow center.

PAGE ONE

Step 2:
Starting at a corner, fasten
on new color with a slip
stitch. Chain 2. This is
equal to 1 DC.
2 more DC in this corner to
form a 3 DC cluster.
3 DC cluster in next space
(middle). 3 DC cluster in
corner.
Chain 2 and turn work
over.

Step 3:
Chain 2 from previous step
equals first DC.
3 DC clusters in next two
spaces.
1 DC to finish row.
Fasten off and weave in
ends.
Turn clockwise to start new
color.
PAGE TWO

Step 4:
Starting at a corner, fasten
on new color with a slip
stitch. Chain 2. This is
equal to 1 DC.
2 more DC in this corner to
form a 3 DC cluster.
3 DC cluster in next two
spaces.
3 DC cluster in corner.
Chain 2 and turn work
over.

Step 5:
Chain 2 from previous step
equals first DC.
3 DC clusters in next three
spaces.
1 DC to finish row. Fasten
off and weave in ends.
Flip work over so that the
“right” side of the center
granny is showing.

PAGE THREE

Turn clockwise and fasten on
new color.
Continue crocheting each
“log” as explained in Step 2
and Step 3.
In this Yellow Log there are
4 DC clusters in the first row
and 3 DC clusters
sandwiched between a 2
chain “DC” and a regular
DC.

Turn clockwise and fasten
on new color.
Continue crocheting each
“log” as explained in Step 2
and Step 3.
In this Orange Log there
are 5 DC clusters in the
first row and 4 DC clusters
sandwiched between a 2
chain “DC” and a regular
DC.

PAGE FOUR

Continue adding “logs”
until the block is as large
as you would like it to be.
Weave in any loose ends if
you haven’t done so
already and snip.
Two rounds of “logs” is the
perfect size for a hot pad!

Crochet a 6 round granny
square for the back.
Hold Log Cabin granny
and solid granny wrong
sides together and join
with a single crochet.
Add one more row if you’d
like. A clam shell border is
very charming!

PAGE FIVE

Wasn’t that SOOOOO fun and amazingly easy????
Wouldn’t these make lovely holiday & house-warming gifts????

I can’t wait to see what lovely creations you crochet with this
pattern. Promise you will email me pictures!
erin1978@gmail.com

PAGE SIX


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