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Materials:

Hook size G/6-4.25mm

Crochet cotton (less than 1 oz.)

1 button (approx. ½ in.)

 

Ring:

To begin, loop yarn around your hand twice to make a ring 2-2 ½ inches across. Using crochet hook, pull yarn through loop to make a slip stitch.

 

Ch 3 (counts as first dc). Dc around loop until you have about 50 dc. The number of stitches may vary depending on the size of your ring. Evenly space your dc to cover the yarn loop without letting the ring become “wavy” in appearance. Join with sl st to first dc. Turn.

 

Tab:

Ch 3 (counts as first dc), dc in next 9 stitches (10 dc total). Turn. Repeat for 10 rows.

 

Edging:

Ch 1, sc across last row. Make 2 more sc in last dc. Continue sc, spacing evenly, along side of tab. For ring, sc 3, sk 1 around to second side of tab. Sc evenly along second side. Make 2 sc in last stitch. Join and fasten off.

 

Sew button on center stitch on the first row of the tab. To close, slide button between center stitches of last tab row.

 

 Copyright 2008 Kiel Lemon

**Note: You may not reproduce this pattern or distribute it and claim it as your own. You may not sell this pattern or sell any items made using this pattern. However, you may link to this pattern and use it for personal, non-commercial items. Thanks!**

 Basic Towel Ring

38 Responses

  1. Hello I just love this pattern ithink it is juet great.


  2. Love the pattern, especially since it doesn’t use, as usual, the bone rings.


  3. Very cute!! Thanks for sharing the pattern!


  4. very nice and easy to make….thanks


  5. Super Cute! I’m looking at making a few kitchen sets for gift for the holidays! I can’t wait to try this! Thanks!


  6. Love it!!! Will make a great addition to a towel gift. Thanks for sharing.


  7. Looks terrfic! I’ve done these around a canning jar lid as well.


  8. Lovely got make nice gift pattern


  9. What a great pattern. I’m learning to crochet. Hope I can do it! I didn’t want the kind that is part of the towel. This is perfect! Thanks!


  10. I found your site today by way of the Daily Crocheter. I love your towel ring, but what got me more was the Bible verse you posted. I had a surgerical procedure today that verse once again took me through the procedure just fine. Thank you. Janet


  11. Can not wait to make some. Lovely patterns.


  12. Thank you so much. It is just what I needed . There is no where to hang a towel in my kitchen except the fridge door and hate doing that because it you are not careful the door won’t close.


  13. I love this pattern! It’s so easy and quick to make. I always crocheted on the top of towels, but once the towel wears out or gets grungy, you have to throw the whole item out. This is great!


  14. Thanks so much, this is beautiful.


  15. A great easy pattern and a nice way to use up leftover cotton yarn.

    I plan on making many of these as gifts.


  16. I love the towel ring. I have been looking for something like this for a long time. I make disch cloths and this ring will be a perfect part of the kitchen set.
    Thank you
    Sandy


  17. I really like this! My Mom used to crochet right onto a 1/2 dish towel but I don’t have the knowledge to do that. This is a good alternative and can be used with whole dishtowels! LOL
    Thanks for sharing this pattern.
    Huggers,
    Cindy


  18. These are terrific! As a beginner I had difficulty with the initial process of creating the ring, so I picked up a pkg. of shower hooks from the $$ store and used them as my base. I first crazy glued them closed. The size is perfect.
    Thanks so much!
    Katy


  19. I am wanting to learn how to crochet dishtowels for gifts and this looks perfect for something to start out doing.
    Thank you so much.
    I love the Bible verse also. It is so refreshing to see these days of having to be Political Correct


  20. Thank you so much for this beautiful fuss-free pattern for the towel ring. It is so much fun and easy to make. My niece asked me to make them for her and this pattern works great.
    Thank you for offering it and may God richly bless you.
    HAVE A VERY MERRY AND BLESSED CHRISTMAS. (:


  21. I love this towel ring! It is exactly what I was looking for! I’ve enjoyed other patterns on your site as well. Please keep creating wonderful things!


  22. Hi am from Saudi Arabia ,i love this pattern,its easy and nice , thank you so match .


  23. What a great little pattern and your pictures are so clear! Thanks for sharing!


  24. Great pattern! Perfect for my limited crochet skills. I’ve made two already. I used cheap metal rings to support my work.


  25. I’VE MADE THIS PATTERN NUMEROUS TIMES FOR GIFTS TO FRIENDS. ALSO GAVE THE PATTERN TO FRIENDS. WHEN I COULDN’T FIND THE METAL 3″RINGS WHILE IN FL. I FOUND SILVER BRACLETS IN BIG LOTS PACKAGED 10 TO PKG.


  26. on August 25, 2009 at 10:51 pm | Reply clipartfool@aol.com

    Love this pattern. Have many patterns that I use for making towels and crocheting hot pads & nylon scrubbies.


  27. I love this idea. It looks quick and easy. I was always sad to see my work get thrown away when the towel wore out. Now it won’t be. Thank you.


  28. I made the basic towel ring, but instead of using two strans of yarn I used a black scrunchie you use to but your hair in a ponytail. I works very good and also stretches.

    Connie


  29. I also didn’t want to do the typical hand towel that you see everywhere, this is a great alternative. Thanks.


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  31. As I read this I wondered if the plastic rings from a six-pack of soda would work for the ring giving it extra strength.