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Friday, October 25, 2019

Crochet Towel Holder: How to make an easy and easy-to-follow project





These Towel Toppers are great for gifts and to place around your handles to your stove. I love using these to dry my hands off while I cook! There is a video if you need more assistance.
In this quick and easy crochet towel holder tutorial, you'll learn how to make an easy and easy-to-follow project. This crochet towel holder is perfect for adding some class to your bathroom d├ęcor, and is simple enough for beginners to follow.

If you're looking for a quick and easy project to keep your towels organized, then this crochet towel holder is the perfect solution. This project is easy to follow and can be completed in just a few hours, making it a great project for beginner crocheters!

Supples:
H hook
Towel
Yarn Needle
Medium worsted yarn
Button

Abbreviatons:
sc=single crochet
ch=chain
dc=double crochet

I used a yarn needle and punctured about 28 holes about 1/2 inch apart on my 16 inch towel on the top.

I used a H hook.

Row 1: sc in the first hole, ch 1, *sc in the next hole, ch 1, *Repeat until the end. 

Row 2: Ch 3, Turn, *dc in each ch 1 space, *Repeat until you get to the end. 

Row 3: Ch 3, Turn, dc in the next stitch, skip one dc, *dc in the next two stitches, skip one dc, *Repeat

Row 4: Ch 3, Turn, skip dc, work into between the stitch, *skip two dc, dc in between, *Repeat

Row 5: Ch 3, Turn, skip dc, *dc in the next stitch, skip dc, *Repeat

Rows 6-11  **Ch 3, Turn, dc in each stitch across, **Repeat for 6-8 times depending on how long you want your flap. Fasten off and Weave in your ends.

Sew a button in the center right before row 6. I hope you enjoyed this free crochet towel holder pattern!


2 comments:

Unknown said...

Thank you for this pattern. My grandmother used to make these towels for all the family. I love the idea of making them in honour of her.

Unknown said...

I have been making these towel for a long time. I double the towel, punch the holes and crochet across. I like the double thicknesses.

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