John Reid Towel Ring September 19th, 2018 - 03:12:30
For the ring you can use large hair, elastics or one or two bracelets. First make a slip. Knot on your hook. Take the ring and make a slip stitch around it. This will count as one double crochet. In this ring make a total of 50 double crochet stitches. Depending upon the size of your ring, feel free to add more or fewer stitches. It won't affect the pattern. Slip, stitch to close the ring. Chain 1 and make 8 single crochet stitches, across.
Two three four five six seven and eight. At the end chain 1 and turn your work. Continue. Making eight single crochet stitches across for a total of 17 rows. This is what it should look like. Chain 1 and turn your work. Make a single crochet 2 together decrease across the first two stitches. Half double crochet in the next stitch. Double crochet in the next stitch. In the same space, make 2 treble crochet, stitches. And two. Chain, one for the buttonhole. Do the reverse, as before. Two treble crochet stitches in the next stitch.
Double crochet in the same space. Half double crochet in the next stitch. And single crochet 2 together decrease over the last two stitches. You can see the buttonhole. Sew the button onto the ring part of the towel holder and then just use the buttonhole to close the loop like this. And here is the finished hanging ring towel.
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