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Crocheted Pointed Towel Toppers

Posted on December 14, 2013

I have been on a towel topper crocheting frenzy lately. Here are several of my recent finish offs to share. These were done without sewing and just crocheting into the top layer of the towel. The first one is crocheted in blue cotton with the towel topper added along the top edge. The towel is folded in half with the topper then added which creates a double layered towel.

Next is a towel also folded in half and green cotton used to add the towel topper.

These towel toppers were made using my free crocheted pointed handle towel topper pattern. They require no cutting and no sewing of the towels. Several people have asked me about the number of stitches to do along the top. The answer is it doesn’t matter. Do try and get an even number of stitches and just space the stitches out evenly along the top edge as you work.

This next towel is just a basic white bar towel. I added the crocheted towel topper just to the top edge and finished it off with a Christmas button for the closure. This towel wasn’t folded in half which creates a long hanging towel.

The final towel is Christmas novelty towel that I bought for a dollar last year after Christmas. This also is a double layered towel with the topper crocheted along the folded edge.

These crocheted towel toppers are fast projects that can be completed in just a few hours. They make excellent little gifts and people really seemed to enjoy receiving them.

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