Let's get started!
Step 1: Can it handle the heat? or should it to get out of the kitchen?
It turns out it can handle heat pretty well! I heated a skillet for 15 minutes on 450' in the oven and placed it directly on my trivet. In no way was my trivet damaged!
Kuddos paracord! Another way in which you're amazing!
Step 2: Gathering Supplies
The final dimensions of my trivets was about 8.5 x 8.5 inches. So I used about 38 yards, or as per their regular packaging gauge, seven 16 feet rolls.
Step 3: Loop de loop!
Step 4: Start crocheting!
For my starting chain, I chained 16. Then continued on with a Double Crochet stitch for the remainder of the trivet.
I changed up colors for added fun!
For my starting chain, I chained 16. Then continued on with a Woven Stitch for the remainder of the trivet. Because this is a tighter weave, you may need a few extra yards of chord.