Modern Tea Towel Set Crochet Pattern


Modern Tea Towel Set Crochet Pattern

Modern Tea Towel Set Crochet Pattern
Modern Tea Towel Set Crochet Pattern

"If you’re in need of a good housewarming gift, then this Modern Tea Towel Set is the perfect pattern for you. I was looking for a good gift to give a friend for her home that would be thoughtful but also wouldn’t be too time-consuming. Thus, the Modern Tea Towel Set was born. It uses the spider stitch to give these towels a sturdy texture, and the color-blocked striping gives them a modern flair. These towels are so cute and they look great hanging in the kitchen."


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge8 spider st x 14 rows= 4” square

Finished SizeLarge tea towel is 21” long by 12” wide. Small tea towels are 8” square. I cord loop is 4” long

Materials List

  • Scissors
  • Tapestry needle
  • Knitting Nancy (optional)

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Well, this is a new one on me. That four finishing nails in the top of a wooden spool I made when I was a kid actually has a namea Knitting Nancy. I have to say its a huge improvement over the usual crocheted chain to form the hanging loops. Im also intrigued by that Cascade Avalon yarn. Has anyone else used it? How does it compare with the usual cotton or acrylic?

Have you read the instructions on how to work the big, fat, loopy cord on the end? Little bit tricky! But looks fun to try, for something new. I think we should all challenge ourselves periodically with something new. Keeps our brains sharp. I love the colors she used as they are so vintage looking. I might want to make a set of these for a dear friend of mine! Made from a 50/50 blend of cotton and acrylic, so I will have a lot of choices of yarn to pick from!

I know how long it takes to work up the cord with that Knitting Nancy. That's why I use a length of FHDC instead.


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