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Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Crochet Towel Holder / Super Hero Mask Pattern

Well Hello & Happy Holidays!

I have been busy making Christmas gifts and filling orders.
 The Easy Granny Square Cardigan has been a popular request this year.
Of course there is always lots of Messy Bun Hats and Infinity Scarves also being made this time of the year. What has been popular for you?

I was at a craft show recently and had someone ask me about towel holders to use on cabinet knobs instead of handles like on your oven. I got to thinking and looking on Pinterest and decided to just try to come up with my own.
I totally despise having to constantly pick my kitchen towels up off the floor and this solves that problem and if the kids want to play with it than that is fine to because anything that entertains them for a little while is a good thing!

It is very simple and can be used for oven or cabinet handles of pull knobs...


When my son saw it he immediately thought it looked like a super hero or ninja mask and had to demonstrate..




So with that idea this pattern was born... Because you never know when you may have to grab your towel holder and go into Ninja/Super Hero mode!

With an "I" hook I chained 20
 1 SC in 2nd Ch from hook. Ch 7. skip next 7 stitches and single crochet in the next 4 stitches. Chain 7 and skip 7 then do 3 DC in last stitch.
Now working on the back side of the chain DC in each stitch across & put 3 DC in last stitch.
Now working back on top side DC in each stitch across and join with a slip stitch to last stitch from previous round.
If you wanted it to be worn as a mask you could simply make a chain to attach to the back to hold it on.