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Farmhouse Striped Kitchen Towel

I’ve been meaning to make a couple new crochet kitchen towels, but I wanted something a little less traditional in style. Having to constantly pick up the towels off the floor and wash them because they’ve slipped off the oven handle yet again, gets old in a quick hurry. After designing the Buffalo Plaid Kitchen Towel, I realized how much I loved the style and immediately started on the Farmhouse Striped Kitchen Towel. I hope you find that these towels will also make great gifts!

Farmhouse Striped Kitchen Towel

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Buffalo Plaid Wine Cozy

What do you get when you mash my favorite wine cozy with buffalo plaid? Why the Crochet Buffalo Plaid Wine Cozy, of course! It might be true. I might just have a love affair with the crochet wine cozy. But really. What’s NOT to love. Hold 2 strands of worsted weight yarn together. Kick back for a quick evening project while you watch your favorite TV show or movie. The perfect crochet project in my eyes. The wine cozy also makes a pretty nice gift. And this guy is a classy number, don’t you think?

Buffalo Plaid Wine Cozy

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True North (A Buffalo Plaid Cup Cozy)

  • Designed by: Fort Lascelle Designs

This fun buffalo plaid cup cozy by Fort Lascelle Designs is a super fun project, that you can make in less than half an hour! Isn’t this project just the cutest? The best part is, that you can minimize the cup slip through by simply using this cup cozy, that fits perfectly. So make sure to give this one a try!True North (A Buffalo Plaid Cup Cozy)


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Easter Bunny Towel & Washcloth Set

Ever since designing my very first character Christmas towel in 2019, (the Snowman Kitchen Towel), I’ve wanted to design other character towels to celebrate all of the holidays. The Easter Bunny Crochet Hand Towel & Washcloth Set was designed to add a little fun, crochet decor to your home for the Easter Season. YARN Cotton is the go-to fiber for crochet dish cloths, dish towels, and hand towels as it’s the most absorbent. There are several cotton yarns out there that would be perfect for this project, but I chose to use Lily Sugar n’ Cream 100% worsted weight cotton yarn. Lily Sugar n’ Cream is available in 39 colors so I was able to find all of the colors I needed for this project within the same yarn line.Easter Bunny Towel & Washcloth Set

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Modern Striped Towel Topper

This Crochet Towel Topper is a free crochet pattern with photo tutorial. Learn how to add the crochet topper to the towel in the step by step tutorial. Crochet the towel topper in contrasting colors for a striking effect. Crochet these toppers in cotton yarn to make them just as machine washable as your kitchen towels. The crochet topper can be buttoned on so it can easily be removed for use and washing. I love how the crochet topper keeps kitchen towels in place, and not on the floor!

Modern Striped Towel Topper

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Cast Iron Skillet Handle Cover

If you know my husband, you know he’s estate sale shopper. He loves a good deal and tops on his collection list are old cast iron skillets. He loves to bring them home, lovingly work off any rust spots and clean them to perfection. He also loves to cook with them. When the cast iron gets hot, the whole thing gets hot, including the handle. Rather than grabbing the skillet with a potholder, I thought I could probably make something better. And so I designed a cast iron skillet handle cover and I’m sharing the pattern here with you. Just in case you want to keep your husband from burning himself.

Cast Iron Skillet Handle Cover

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