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Aligned Cobble Tea Towel Crochet Pattern

By: Jamey Ekins from
Aligned Cobble Tea Towel Crochet Pattern
Aligned Cobble Tea Towel Crochet Pattern

"I was in need of some new tea towel and I was lucky enough to have some of this gorgeous and soft Universal cotton yarn laying around. If you haven’t already noticed I’m a big fan of greys – I feel like they can pretty much go with anything. I especially like the tone on tone and beautiful striping with these colors. This tea towel is a classic crochet pattern and one that will stand the test of time. Fun and easy to make, all your friends will be asking for one."


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished SizeApprox. 16″ x 25″

Materials List

  • Darning Needle
  • Scissors
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I have found out that the aligned cobble stitch is a combination of single crochets worked in the row below, and then a triple crochet in next stitch. Don't you like trying out new to you stitches? I also like making some up on my own! You never know what you will come up with. I think I could use the Caron Cotton cakes for this one. It is a 60/40 cotton acrylic mix, if I am correct.

I so need to make a few of these Towels. I like the Cobble stitch and it looks great. I have a question on what is the best yarn to use for a kitchen towel that will stand up to time of use and for drying dishes? The written pattern is well done and easy to understand and follow. I like the video showing how to do the coble stitch. It's so easy to do and it looks so nice. I'm thinking of making one of these a little larger to use as a dish drainer pad, and a few towels to match to give as a gift. Looking forward to making this one.. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet Aligned Cobble Tea Towel pattern.

Hi Cheryl, we would suggest using cotton yarns since they work the best, but you can use blends as well (just make sure they are mostly cotton). Should be able to stand the wear and tear in the kitchen. Hope this helps! - Editors of FaveCrafts

Thank you that is what I was thinking as well.


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