Towel Holder Tutorial

With little hands I often see my towels go missing, end up on the floor or sometimes even in the trash, yep Adelle's new thing is to throw everything away. I just want my towel to stay put that way when I wash my hands I'm not looking all around and getting water all over the floor. SO VOILA! a tutorial all about how to crochet your own towel holder, very easy and fast project and they look so darn cute!

chain 4 
slipstitch to first chain made to make a circle
12 dc in middle

slip stitch to first dc to connect
chain 20

turn and dc in chains, connect to circle with slipstitch
turn and dc in chains till you reach the end

at the very end 3 dc in each row end ch 1 and turn

3 dc in each stitch ch 1 and tie off
weave end thread through

Very easy project and you can use any yarn or any size of crochet needle to do so.

In other news Brett is home sick and the bedtime battle with Adelle ensues. If any of you guys have any advice it would be most appreciated! Well enjoy the rest of your Sunday hope it's been a lazy one!


  1. I love that! I'm going to have to make one of those. Ruby is starting to throw things away also. I have to really watch her around the trash can. GOOD JOB!

  2. This is a great idea! You have always been so creative crocheting. I'm still waiting for my pair of pantaloons! :-)

  3. You have NO idea how long I've been wanting to put together a simple something.. ANYTHING, like this, but just haven't had the time to... LOVE that YOU did, and can't wait to make some now! Thanks for sharing your pattern, and have a great weekend! ~tina

  4. ok, help! cause i'm being a bit dimwitted at the moment and i can't figure out how this is held closed? lol i love the idea, and would love to make some, but just a little confused... i'm sure once you/someone explains it, i'll be less confused and more embarrassed! lol thanks!


    1. the circle that you made at the very beginnings slips through the other end's stitches