This towel was by far, the most fun to crochet out of the tree-piece Tea Towel set. It might also be because it if my favorite of the three. I should probably point out that this one is also the pattern you’ll need to pay the most attention to, as it does not repeat, and the design is not one you can easily add to without the chart. For those of you who like written instructions, the PDF pattern is color-coded! This should make crocheting this towel much easier…at least that was the goal.

Before we begin, I need to stress the importance of using a 100% COTTON yarn for this project. It is intended for use in the kitchen, and it needs to be able to withstand high heat. Synthetic yarns, while beautiful and soft, can melt if exposed to high heat. And when I say “high heat” I don’t mean putting the towel over an open fire,I’m talking about regular kitchen activities. Activities such as pulling cookies out of the oven, covering a hot loaf of bread, using the towel as a potholder, you know, that kind of stuff. If you intend to use the towel as a bathroom hand towel, then go ahead and use any yarn you want.

What you’ll need:

Yarn: 2 Skeins Sugar n’ Cream Super Size, in Bright Navy, 200 yds / 184 m per skein
1 Skein Peaches & Cream Cotton in Ecru, 120 yds / 109 m skein

Hook: G (4.25 mm)

Additional materials: Scissors, needle (any needle you can fit your yarn through will work).

Sizing: 23.5 x 15.5 in  / 59.7 x 39.4 cm

For this pattern, I’ve made the chart available separately, for those of you that just want the chart and not the full pattern. The full pattern does include a chart, so you do not need to purchase the chart separately.

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Atenas

Wife, mom, and maker of things :)