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Crochet a simple towel holder ring.
I devised a pattern using a metal ring and some left over bits of yarn. When the hanger is complete you can button it over the handle on your oven or drawer.
I am not a professional pattern writer or designer. I just like to share patterns with other crafters. This is my original pattern for personal use only and may not be sold. Items made may be sold at craft shows. Please share the link on crafting sites or blogs.
-7.5 cm or 3 inch ring (packets of 6 from craft stores),
-a 4.5 mm crochet hook,
-a small amount of yarn, preferably cotton yarn or worsted weight yarn
Row 1 – crochet 55 sc around ring, slst to first sc, you may need more or less depending on the ring size. The sc are made around the ring. Put the hook through the center of the ring and pull the yarn up a tthe back. Pull the yarn through the loop or loops on the hook. You will end up with the ring being covered by the yarn.
Row 2 – ch1, sc in the next 9 sc (this can be a bit tight to do at first, but be patient and it will go through)
Row 3 – ch 3 (first dc), turn, dc in the next 9 sc, for a total of 10 dc
Row 4 – sc in the 10 dc, turn
Row 5 – dc in the 10 sc
Row 6 – sc in the 10 sc
Row 7 – dc in the 10 sc
Row 8 – sc in the 10 dc
R0w 9 -dc in the 10 sc
Row 10 – sc in the 10 dc
Row 11 – dc in the 10 sc
Row 12 – ch 1, * sc in the first dc, skip next dc,* repeat to end of row
Row 13 – ch3 (first dc), dc in next sc, ch 2 )will make a buttonhole), dc, dc, (you can adjust hold to the size of the button)
Row 14 – sc 6 times
Row 15 – sc, skip next sc, repeat to end of row, for 2 dc
Row 16 – finish off
Stitch on button.