The Kitchen Hand Towel is a quick and easy beginner-friendly crochet pattern. With a buttoned strap, it can easily be hung on a rod in a kitchen or bathroom. It's the perfect home decor project to make as a housewarming gift, thank you or appreciation gift, or birthday present. It's also great to make for selling at craft fairs! You can easily customize the length of the towel or the straps by adding or decreasing rows. You can also customize it by changing yarn colors or using a fancy button to create a unique look!
Need a quick and easy project? Maybe a last minute gift for a coffee fanatic? This buttoned crochet cup cozy is a perfect last minute gift, stocking stuffer or just nice to have around the house. Plus it is a great way to use up leftover yarn. Lately I have been looking for ways to use up my yarn stash. Small projects keep my hands busy and make wonderful “just because” gifts. I just love this design because it works for any type of cup. Just slip the button loop through the handle of you mug and wrap the cozy around the cup, button it up and you are good to go. For a travel cup, button your cozy and slip it on the cup like a sleeve. It is just that easy.
Ever since designing the Gingerbread Man Kitchen Towel, I've had many ask if I could design towels that hang in a similar way for year-round use. The Floral Blooms Hand Towel was the first in a fun, new series of crochet towels followed by the Farmhouse Striped Keyhole Hand Towel. Because crocheters loved the Farmhouse Striped Keyhole Hand Towel, I decided to come up with an even more basic crochet towel design that is suitable for beginner crocheters. This beginner friendly crochet pattern uses basic crochet stitches and techniques.
Handmade hand towels are a favorite of mine. I love to make them, display them and use them in my kitchen. This hand towel is an easy, beginner friendly project that features simple half double crochet stitches. It's perfect for the kitchen, or the bathroom, and looks great in a solid color or stripes - you can even pull out your cotton scraps, and stashbust. I use my hand towel purely for drying my hands and decoration, but if you use yours to clean up messes, keep in mind, they may stain your fabric. I used WeCrochet Dishie Yarn for mine, but you're favorite worsted weight cotton yarn will do. For reference, I had mine ready in just under 4.5 hours.
A crochet towel topper with a hidden ring and fun boho style tassels! This towel topper works up quickly and easily with scrap amounts of yarn. A great project for gifts or to brighten up your own kitchen. Approximate finished size: 8 from bottom edge x 4.5 wide (not including towel) The towel topper is crocheted in two pieces - the hanging tab is crocheted directly onto the plastic 3 ring and then a skirt is crocheted separately and sewn to the hanging tab. The hidden 3 ring allows the towel to become removable for easy washing. A quick and easy project perfect for gifts or craft fairs!
The Rustic Sunflower Towel Topper is a free crochet pattern on my blog. Unique construction with a 3” ring crocheted into the back panel allows the towel to be removable for easy washing. A set of three patterns that will all be released to the blog - towel topper, coaster and pot holder. This set will brighten up your home with bright cheer! So easy and quick to make - perfect for your own home, as a housewarming gift or to make for craft fairs. Who can resist sunflowers? Approximate finished size - 7” round Video tutorial provided for the sunflower petals as well as how to make a perfect circle. Worked in the round in 2 panels which are then crocheted together.