One problem with many crochet trivets is that they are thin, and don’t really protect your surfaces from heat. Not so with this one. The Solstice Trivet is a crocheted equivalent of the cork trivets you can buy in your local markets, it’s over a quarter inch thick and is densely filled in the center, meaning that your hot pots or serving dishes will not blanch rings in your furniture. Moreover, the intricate appearance will make these great decorations in their own right, when they are not being used for holding pots.
UPDATE: This pattern is free only partially and is based on ‘Solstice’ Doily by Mark Roseboom, which is unfortunately a paid pattern.
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Skills: Easy to Intermediate Designer: Johanna Lindahl
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Love this design/pattern. I have no problem buying the pattern but my question is “how do I know how to make it fit onto the cork trivet”… do you have instructions on finishing Mark’s pattern accordingly?
Where is the pattern?
Hi, thank you for your comment. A link to the free pattern is under the NAME of the pattern at the end of the post or there is a name of a pattern + visit a PATTERN SITE”.