Crochet Towel Holder Rings

Crochet Towel Holder Rings

Crochet Towel Holder Rings by Susan Wood, Matthews, NC

Crochet Towel Holder Rings

  1. Take a plastic lid from a can of slim fast or powdered baby formula.
     
  2. Cut about a 2 inch hole in the center of the lid.
     
  3. Take yarn and crochet a single crochet all the way around to cover the lid, approx. 140 times. Single crochet across the top 18 times, turn. Single crochet 16 times across top, turn. Single crochet 14 times, turn. Single crochet 12 times, turn. Single crochet 10 times, turn. Single crochet 8 times, turn. Single crochet 6 times, turn. Crochet 10 rows.
     
  4. Double crochet 4 times across. Then single crochet 5 times between the two middle double crochets to form a button hole.
     
  5. Sew a button on the back and hang on refrigerator or oven door.
     
  6. Put a towel through the hole of the project.
     
  7. Decorate the other side with whatever you like. I usually put a small (doll style) craft hat with flowers and a ribbon for a bow.

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This pattern is definitely something I would try. I think what the author is saying is to single crochet around the entire ring, slip stitch together, then single crochet 18 more and turn, not completing the rest of the round. This would be the start of the rows to make the button area. Has anyone tried this, and does that sound accurate?

I so agree with everyone else. This pattern needs pictures. For me the instructions are about as clear as mud and I can usually read a pattern. I'm sorry for the neg. response but you needed to know. Also, you might try using the rubber rings from canning jars they are perfect!

A plastic ring with rows of single crochet around it...difficult to imagine? Sewn button on the back /top of ring to attach a string or magnet to for hanging and hang...experience level rising. Drape a dishtowel through the center hole... Expert. Only problem is I'm too tired to do dishes after such labor :P

Or you might try the plastic that holds a six-pack of pop. Cut out each circle, no need to cut out a hole. You could probably use anything that is sturdy in the form of your choice.

I dont think anyone responds to these remarks. Otherwise, by now there should be a picture up.

Needs picture to use as a guide.

Just can't understand the "start" crochet and need to know what the completed project looks like. To me this pattern is useless without a picture.

yup, need pictures thanks

Did we ever get someone to post a picture of one of these? I have an idea of what it is to look like. I am like so many others a picture says a thousand words. thank you

I would like to see a picture of this please. I can get a better idea of what it looks like Thank you Bonnie Bishop

A photo of this project would be very helpful.

i LOVE HAVING PICTURES TO SEE THE PROJECTS. I AM NOT REAL GOOD AT READING CROCHET PATTERNS. IS THERE ANY INFERMATION ON HOW TO READ PATTERNS? MY HOBBIE IS CROCHETING, JUST LEARNING TO KNITT. THANK YOU, LOVE YOUR WEBSITE!!

I wish there was a picture so I could get an idea of the project. It helps me to see what it looks like before I start something. Sorryyyyy

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