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Bar Towel Toppers

Posted on October 6, 2019

Here are several Dollar Store bar towels that I have added towel toppers to. I love the thick and absorbent towels but they are a odd width to do a normal double-layer crocheted towel topper. I tried this first one where I didn’t fold over the towel and just crocheted the towel topper along the top edge. It makes for a longer kitchen towel and not sure if I like it or not. This towel topper was crocheted using the waffle towel topper pattern.
Waffle Towel Topper

Next I folded the towel in half lengthwise. I then added a crocheted towel topper through both layers with the fold on the left hand side. This created a nice thick double layered towel but again I’m not sure about the foldline being on the side.

Bar Towel with Crocheted Towel Topper

Here is a closeup of the crocheted towel topper which was created using the pointed handle towel topper pattern.

Pointed Handle Jingle Bell Towel Topper

So what do you think about these Dollar Store bar towel projects? I’d love to hear people’s thoughts and comments on these two styles and techniques. Do you think the fold on the left side is okay or does it look odd? I do like that these are no sewing and no cutting towel-toppers. I guess I will wait and see what people have to say about left hand side fold.

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