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Fish Dish Towel

Dad will fall for this gift - hook, line, and sinker. Crochet pattern for a fish-shaped dish towel (or potholder) made with cotton yarn. Make a few different colors or even a 2-toned fish for your kitchen. Skill level: Easy Finished item measures approximately: 11" tall by 7" wide. Materials needed: Sugar & Cream cotton yarn 1 oz in color of your choice (If you would like to use contrasting colors, 0.7 oz MC and 0.3 oz CC) Size G crochet hook Yarn needle 1-1/2" plastic ring

Fish Dish Towel

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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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Tasseled Towel Topper

A crochet towel topper with a hidden ring and fun boho style tassels! This towel topper works up quickly & 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 & easy project perfect for gifts or craft fairs!

Tasseled Towel Topper

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Giant Circle Potholder

This is one of 3 potholders featuring circle motifs. This one has a large center circle. Instructions are also included for granny square versions without the hanging loop. Skills Used Basic crochet stitches: chain, double crochet, half double crochet, single crochet, slip stitch Crocheting in the round Changing colors, crocheting in the back loop only Skill Level Easy Finished Size Potholder: 7.5” (19 cm) square. Materials Lily Sugar’n Cream yarn (100% cotton, 2.5 oz/71 g/120 yd/110 m) – 1 skein in Indigo (CA). Lily Sugar’n Cream yarn (100% cotton, 2 oz/57 g/95 yd/87 m) – 1 skein ea in Faded Denim (CB). US Size H-8 (5 mm) crochet hook, or size needed to obtain gauge. Yarn needle. Gauge Finished Potholder = 7.5” (19 cm) square in pattern. Exact gauge is not critical for this project, but stitches should be tight so potholders can protect hands and surfaces from heat.

Giant Circle Potholder

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Modern Crochet Dish Towel Topper

It's the dish towel toppers we never knew we always needed. With a modern twist on a classic favorite, these towel topper are EASY and QUICK. They are great for using up scrap yarn and for giving as housewarming or holiday gifts. When you don't have time to crochet an entire set of dishtowels, these modern toppers allow you to generously give a useful gift with a handmade touch. There are plenty of pictures to help you every step of the way and you'll have a stack of these whipped up in no time!Modern Crochet Dish Towel Topper

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Buffalo Plaid Moose Kitchen Towel

Ever since designing my first character towel, I’ve received requests for all sorts of characters for the different holidays. The Buffalo Plaid Moose Kitchen Towel is my latest design. You can find all character towels I’ve designed to date on my blog. The Buffalo Plaid Moose Kitchen Towel is the 7th character towel I've designed and I have plans for 3 more before Christmas this year. I’ve also designed several other crochet kitchen towels that are not characters, you can find them all on my blog.

Buffalo Plaid Moose Kitchen Towel

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