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Crocheted Towel Toppers

Posted on May 10, 2018

I bought several holiday towels after Christmas last year. They were marked down 50% and more on some of these. I decided to start early and add towel toppers to them. I will use them for Christmas gifts and charity auction items for the upcoming holiday season.

All of these towels are what I call double-layered as I don’t cut the towels in half or sew the top edges. I simply fold the towel in half and crochet the towel toppers directly into both layers of the towel. This creates an extra heavy towel which I think is better than the single layer towel with towel toppers.

These two towel toppers were crocheted using my pointed handle towel topper pattern. I should also add that all of my crocheted towel topper patterns are free.

The next towel has the waffle towel topper added to it. I used a red jingle bell for the button closure.

The final towel features my original double-layer towel topper pattern added to a green plaid towel. This crochet pattern is a bit more frilly and has a green heart for a button closure.

That concludes my early holiday crocheted towel topper round-up. I hope I’ve inspired some of you to begin your holiday and Christmas gift-making with my post. It’s never to early to start as it is just 228 days until Christmas!

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One Response to “Crocheted Towel Toppers”

  1. Eleanor R. Kindel
    May 23, 2018

    Very nice. I like the towel toppers with bear. Thanks for your sharing, and I like your post very much.



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