Crochet Edged Dish Towel

Crochet Edged Dish Towel

Crochet Edged Dish Towel
Crochet Edged Dish Towel

"Not one, but two delicate designs to transform your dish towels! Either trim- picot or scallop- starts with a foundation blanket stitch and a row of single crochet chain. Finally, you finish the towels off with one more row for either pattern. Tie it all together with a touch of twine, and a sprig of something for a perfect way to say "thank you." Also, think about making a stack of them so you always have a gift on hand!"

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet Hook9 or 1.4 mm hook (steel)

Yarn Weight(0) Lace (33-40 stitches to 4 inches). Includes crochet thread.

Materials List

  • Valdani Embroidery Thread, size 8
  • White Flour Sack Dish Towels
  • Sewing Ruler
  • Water Soluble Marking Pen
  • Embroidery Needle
  • Scissors
  • Size 9 (1.25 mm) Steel Crochet Hook

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I can remember my Mother's mother would have these in her kitchen. They were well worn but she always had a clean stack. She was really good at embroidery and there were always little items about the house that showed her mad skills. This project reminded me of her.

These would be a perfect gift for a newly wed couple. They are simple to make but are thoughtful pieces. Something to simple yet useful is always a great item to gift. Also keep these in mind for the new home owners as well.

I havent seen this Hope Chest craft for ages! My great grandmother was Dutch, and I still have one of the crochet edged pillow cases she made in preparation for her wedding. The pattern is not hard but it is fiddly. The designer gives the crafter very detailed step by step instructions with plenty of tips and photos. Im so glad to see this lovely project revived by a new generation.


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