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Easy Towel Topper



Hang your towels with a topper! This free crochet pattern lets you easily display your favorite towel. Give your towel a little extra pizazz!

Crochet Towel Topper
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Crochet Hook: G/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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Dec 2, 2014

Do u have any patterns that u can crochet a flowers, the flower goes through button whole for topper for towles. And for jbinkley 8441871, if u can't print it out copy and past it than u don't wast paper. Good luck.


Dec 1, 2014

Trying to print out this pattern was so frustrating. Why can't it be easier? And if and when I finally succeed to print it I wind up with extra pages I don't even need. Just want the pattern and not all the rest. It's a waste of paper and ink.


22 Ratings

Nov 17, 2013

Could not even get to the pattern...complete wild goose chase!


Nov 16, 2013

Instead of making holes, I just do a row of chain stich embroidery. Then I can crochet using that as a base, This works on either half a towel or in the center of a whole towel, folded in half Sarah


Jun 8, 2013

I recall seeing a special tool/needle for piercing the towel to make the foundation for the first row. Does anyone know where to buy it or what it's called?


Apr 15, 2012

This pattern isn't bad, except it doesn't go nearly as far as I would like. I am making my own pattern for this very thing, but I have a towel that has already been cut in half. I am going to be putting two of them together or you can crochet the one thickness if, like me, your towel has already been cut in half and stitched on a sewing machine to hem it, and you can still get the yarn through the two thicknesses by using a steel crochet hook size 2. It is a good size and will go through both sides easily. You just need to crochet evenly across for the number of stitches (mine was 71) and then go from there to make the rest of the top by crocheting with sc's across the next row. After that each time your chain 2 or 3 and turn for your hdc's or dc's always crochet in the next stitch over from your turning chain to decrease the number of stitches for that row. When you reach the width that you want, continue crocheting until you have the length you want it and tie off. To finish it, you can place a cute or whatever size of button you want to use and then button the finished towel around your drawer handle and you have a kitchen towel that you can wash in your machine as long as you use acrylic knitting worsted, or cotton. Wool will shrink and unless you want to be felted, I would not use wool.


Feb 23, 2012

I like so many of your pattern, but why can'nt we just print them off instead of down loading them? I have trouble doing this. Thanks Donna


Jan 29, 2012

Hello, crocheters, I like your site, but it is very difficult to read a lengthy description how to do the work. Would you like each time to show a scheme of knitting? Thank you in advance. Valentina


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