Modern Tea Towel Set Crochet Pattern

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If you’re in need of a good housewarming gift, then this Modern Tea Towel Set is the perfect pattern for you. #crochettowel #crochetteatowel #crochetpattern #crochetaddict #crochetlove

Modern Tea Towel Set Crochet Pattern

If you’re in need of a good housewarming gift, then this Modern Tea Towel Set is the perfect pattern for you.

I was looking for a good gift to give a friend for her home that would be thoughtful but also wouldn’t be too time-consuming.

Thus, the Modern Tea Towel Set was born.  

It uses the spider stitch to give these towels a sturdy texture, and the color-blocked striping gives them a modern flair.  

These towels are so cute and they look great hanging in the kitchen.

They’re made with Cascade Avalon a blend of 50% cotton, 50% acrylic so it’s easy to care for and is machine wash and dryer safe, which is a must for a kitchen towel.
  
Cascade Avalon is a worsted weight yarn and is perfect for highlighting the great stitch definition of the Spider stitch while remaining breathable and soft.

I used a combination of beige, red, and pink, but these towels can be customized in any color palette.

Get The Modern Tea Towel Set Crochet Kit Here while it’s still available.

If you’re in need of a good housewarming gift, then this Modern Tea Towel Set is the perfect pattern for you. #crochettowel #crochetteatowel #crochetpattern #crochetaddict #crochetlove

 

SKILL LEVEL: Intermediate

MATERIALS:

Hook: 5.5mm

Yarn:  Cascade Avalon worsted weight yarn

Fawn-325 yds

Peach-120 yds

Crimson-150 yds

Get this yarn and the digital pattern in the Modern Tea Towel Set Crochet Kit we put together here.

Tools: Scissors, tapestry needle, Knitting Nancy (optional)

ABBREVIATIONS:

st = stitch

ch = chain

sl = slip stitch

sc=single crochet

sk=skip stitch

sp=space

SPECIAL INFORMATION: Spider stitch, as indicated in the pattern. If not using a knitting nancy for the i-cord, please see the tutorial below.

Ch 3, insert hook into the 2nd ch from hook. Pull up a loop, and repeat on the last ch, ending with 3 loops on the hook. Being careful not to let the first two loops unravel, pull them off of the hook. Yo and pull through the first loop. Put the second loop back on the hook, yo and pull through. Put the last loop back on the hook, yo and pull through. This completes the first row of I cord, repeat for as many rows as is necessary to achieve the desired length.

FINISHED SIZE: Large tea towel is 21” long by 12” wide. Small tea towels are 8” square. I cord loop is 4” long

Gauge: 8 spider st x 14 rows= 4” square

PATTERN:

Large tea towel:

Ch 56 (crimson), sc into the second ch from hook. Ch 1, sc into same st. *Sk 2 ch sc into next st, ch 1, sc into same st* At the end on the row, do not ch.

Row 1: (crimson): Without a turning ch, sc into the first ch 1 sp of the previous row. Ch 1, sc into same ch 1 sp *in next ch 1 sp, sc ch 1 sc*

Rows 2-20: (crimson): Repeat row 1

Rows 21-24: (peach): Repeat row 1

Rows 25-34: (fawn): Repeat row 1

Rows 35-38: (peach): Repeat row 1

Rows 39-72: (fawn): Repeat row 1. After the last row, break yarn

Small tea towel 1:

Ch 41 (peach), sc into the second ch from hook. Ch 1, sc into same st. *Sk 2 ch sc into next st, ch 1, sc into same st* At the end on the row, do not ch.

Row 1: Without a turning ch, sc into the first ch 1 sp of the previous row. Ch 1, sc into same ch 1 sp *in next ch 1 sp, sc ch 1 sc*

Rows 2-10: Repeat row 1

Rows 11-30: (fawn): Repeat row 1

Small tea towel 2:

Ch 41 (fawn), sc into the second ch from hook. Ch 1, sc into same st. *Sk 2 ch sc into next st, ch 1, sc into same st* At the end on the row, do not ch.

Row 1: Without a turning ch, sc into the first ch 1 sp of the previous row. Ch 1, sc into same ch 1 sp *in next ch 1 sp, sc ch 1 sc*

Row 2-6: Repeat row 1

Row 7 & 8: (crimson): Repeat row 1

Row 9-14: (fawn): Repeat row 1

Row 15 & 16: (peach): Repeat row 1

Rows 17-22: (fawn): Repeat row 1

Rows 23 & 24: (crimson): Repeat row 1

Rows 25-30: (fawn): Repeat row 1

Finishing & assembly:

Make 3 4” long I cords, leaving a 5” tail on each one. Stitch the I cord to the top left corner of the towels and weave in all ends.

 

If you’re in need of a good housewarming gift, then this Modern Tea Towel Set is the perfect pattern for you. #crochettowel #crochetteatowel #crochetpattern #crochetaddict #crochetlove

These towels are SO easy to make, and they’re a perfect quick gift for friends or a great addition to your own kitchen.

They crochet up quickly and, with the right yarn, are durable enough to become your staple towels.

They’re a wonderful accent to your home space, and I can’t wait for you to make these cute towels.  You’ll never buy a tea towel again.

If you’re in need of a good housewarming gift, then this Modern Tea Towel Set is the perfect pattern for you. #crochettowel #crochetteatowel #crochetpattern #crochetaddict #crochetlove

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