Learn how to make a Tunisian crochet kitchen towel for your home with this free crochet pattern. This dish towel is made using the honeycomb stitch and the Tunisian simple stitch. You will first work the Tunisian honeycomb stitch and then you will work the Tunisian simple stitch. After you’ve made the simple stitch, then you will work the honeycomb stitch pattern again. Once you’ve completed all rows, you will slipstitch to bind off for the last row and then crochet a loop.
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!
If you have a busy kitchen, you probably go through several dish cloths a week. To save some money, consider crocheting your own Durable Dish Cloths. This free crochet pattern is a quick work up and the perfect addition to any kitchen. They would look fabulous in seasonal colors or matching any of your other kitchen decor. Using an acrylic yarn or any other textured yarn will insure that your dish clothes are optimal scrubbing machines. These would make a great housewarming or wedding gift for a couple with a brand new home. Learning how to make crochet dishcloth patterns can save you a ton of time in the long-run. Avoid buying new dishcloths every 6 months to a year by creating your own with free crochet patterns. This simple pattern is a great place to start!
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!
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.
The Buco Towel is a crochet kitchen towel pattern that you can hang on the oven handle. This textured kitchen towel features a simple design that can be threaded through itself to hang neatly (and never fall on the floor)! Our oven handle is very cylindrical and the kitchen towels always slip off. This crochet hand towel stays in place, right where we need it. And if you’re looking for a simple crochet dishcloth pattern then this free pattern works too. You can easily crochet the dishcloth as a solid rectangle, if you prefer.