Crochet wool Trivet or hot pad


One of the most amazing virtues of wool is that it is naturally flame retardant and resistant to heat. So why wouldn’t we make things for you to set you hot pots and pans on and showcase this all natural beauty in the kitchen. The trivet uses very little wool and takes very little time to make and can also be custom dyed to any color you’d like or left in it’s natural cream color. Show a little sheep beauty in your kitchen for only $15.00 each. Buy one for you and one for a friend and get them for $14.00 each for orders of 2 or more, and $12.00 each for orders of 5 or more.

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