Sunday, April 26, 2009

Hanging Towel and Matching Dishcloth


Hanging Towel and Matching Dishcloth


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Materials:

I Hook

½” Button

4 oz. ww cotton yarn (MC)

1 oz ww cotton yarn (CC)

Hanging Towel:

Foundation: Using MC, ch 38. sc in second chain from hook. (ch 1, skip 1 chain, sc) to the end. ch1, turn. [18 ch 1 spaces, 19 sc]

Row 1: sc in first sc. (dc in empty chain of foundation row, sc in next sc) to the end. ch1, turn. [19 sc, 18 dc]

Row 2: sc in first sc. (ch 1, skip dc, sc in sc) to the end. ch1, turn. [18 ch 1 spaces, 19 sc]

Row 3: sc in first sc. (dc in empty dc of row 2, sc in next sc) to the end. ch1, turn. [19 sc, 18 dc]

Repeat rows 2 & 3 for 44 rows. Switch to CC.

Row 45: sc across. ch 1, turn.

Row 46: sc in first sc. Sc 2 tog. Sc in each sc across up to the last three sc. Sc 2 tog. Sc in last sc. ch 1, turn.

Repeat Row 46 until 7 stitches remain.

Next row: sc across. ch 1, turn. [7 sc]

Repeat for 23 rows.

Next Row: sc in first 3 sc. ch 2, skip 1 sc. sc in last 3 sc. (buttonhole made)

Next Row: sc in first 3 sc. sc in ch 2 space. sc in last 3 sc. [7 sc] Finish off.

Fold skinny part over (this is the hanger) and mark where you want the button to go. Sew on button.


Dishhcloth:

Foundation: Using MC, ch 26. sc in second chain from hook. (ch 1, skip 1 chain, sc) to the end. ch1, turn. [12 ch 1 spaces, 13 sc]

Row 1: sc in first sc. (dc in empty chain of foundation row, sc in next sc) to the end. ch1, turn. [13 sc, 12 dc]

Row 2: sc in first sc. (ch 1, skip dc, sc in sc) to the end. ch1, turn. [12 ch 1 spaces, 13 sc]

Row 3: sc in first sc. (dc in empty dc of row 2, sc in next sc) to the end. ch1, turn. [13 sc, 12 dc]

Repeat rows 2 & 3 until your dishcloth is square.

Edging: Join CC in any corner. (ch 2, slip stitch) around. ch 4 instead of ch 2 at each corner. Finish off.

Copyright 2009 Tiffany Roan http://peanutzmomspatternplace.blogspot.com/

All Rights Reserved. For personal/charitable use only. This pattern and items made from this pattern cannot be sold without written consent from the designer


25 comments:

  1. Nicely done; love the colors

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  2. Very lovely, the colors are wonderful!

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  3. Anonymous12/5/10 17:31

    I've made a bunch of dish towels but this pattern is by far the easiest and prettiest. I intend to make presents for everyone!

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    Great pattern thank you for sharing!

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  6. Pretty pattern - will make quick and lovely gifts for grandmas & aunts this year!

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  7. Anonymous23/1/12 17:28

    Love the pattern. I have made several so far and they have all come out nicely. Thanks for sharing this pattern :)

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    TOCHIGIYA 2-Point Locking Paddle Latch

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  9. Anonymous25/2/12 07:08

    I have been looking for a great pattern and I've found it now - thank you so very much for your generosity in sharing it.

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  10. Anonymous24/3/12 08:15

    love the colors, thank you for sharing

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  11. Sandra Marshall24/3/12 10:16

    Thanks I love the colors ,this help solve the answer what to do with old yarn.

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  12. I am working this right now. I love it!! Thank you for sharing.

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  13. Thanks for the pattern, getting an early start on christmas making. :)

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  14. I used your pattern and linked your page in my blog.
    http://twincult2-wheniwokeup.blogspot.com/2012/07/crochet-dishcloth-and-hanging-towel.html

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  15. Anonymous6/9/13 18:23

    Thanks for sharing this pattern.

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  16. Just finished! Looks great. Thanks for the pattern

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  17. What is the name of the stitch?

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  18. What is the name of the stitch?

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  19. Anonymous25/7/15 14:40

    Is Chain 26 for the dishcloth correct? I just tried that and it ended up being way smaller than I was wanting.

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  20. Can you make these dishcloths in acrylic yarn? I find the cotton yarn in Perth,Australia are not thick enough. They are usually like fingering type yarn.

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  21. Beautiful pattern. Thank you for sharing.

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  22. Great pattern. Works up just like the picture, and so soft and flexible! Using Sugar n Cream or Peaches n Cream it washes and dries so soft it's great even for babies.

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  23. Anonymous25/7/17 20:21

    Not sure what I'm doing (differently from everyone else here) wrong, but got as far as row 5 and all mine looks like is a jumbled mess of stitches and looks nothing like the picture. Using the same hook, following directions stitch for stitch, looks a mess...and yes, I know how to crochet, I know how to adjust my tension, etc. Very sad because I love this pattern look. :-(

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