Crochet Towel Topper

How to make a crochet towel topper. Written Instructions

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25 thoughts on “Crochet Towel Topper

  1. Can you tell me the approximate measurements of the towel? Since you are folding it in half, does it need to be extra long?

  2. @mwobith It is a standard size kitchen hand towel that you can purchase from any local department store. It does not have to be extra long. 30 inches / 77 centimeters.

  3. @maxie1133 That is so awesome! Im always happy to hear young women like yourself, are learning and enjoying this artform. With such an early start you will be a super amazing crocheter in no time! Have you tried to teach any of your friends to crochet? When I was younger like you, I had a crochet sleep over party. We made hot chocolate and rice krispy treats, then we all sat down and crocheted. My mom and I taught everyone the basics that night, and most of my friends from then still crochet now

  4. Great instructions! Thanks! Do you have directions for a towel topper using a ring (for over doorknobs) instead of the button? Help!

  5. I was great to find instructions on using the WHOLE towel, and it was the first listing in the search! I’m just learning and I’m not very good at reading instructions, so the video was great… Just wish YouTube had slow motion!

  6. Thank you so much for sharing this .I’m still working on the Galaxy Stich That you taught me,trying to get that stitch just right so that I could start on the blanket . I like this project also. It seems easy to do.Going to do this one right now .Once again thank you so much ,You’re the best .

  7. finally i know how to make these ahhhhhhhhhhhh thanks so much for this and all the extra details you add in with it. i cant wait to start!! amazing lady you are!

  8. I’ve always wanted to learn how to make these and now I am going to have kitchen towels for ever season with toppers LOL. Thanks!

  9. Thank you for all your videos, Teresa. Your work is so perfect, I stay with you, and rip my work out until it resembles your! Thank you, thank you! Pat

  10. Thank you! Was just thinking this project would be the perfect thing to start making to sell at craft fairs, but had never made one nor had any real pattern to follow to start with. Cute, and not majorly time consuming! Thanks. 🙂

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