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Monday, April 23, 2012

T is for TOWELS

BASKET RIB HAND TOWEL

Today I am linking you to free patterns for TOWELS.  This are great to make in the summer as they are generally made with cotton yarn and these towels turn out to be surprisingly absorbent.  I know that I'll be putting some these on my needles very soon and of course, will show you the result right here on Pirate Knitting.  

If any of these light up your eyes and make you get your needles out, CLICK ON THE TITLE to link with the wonderful designers who came up with these.  

SIMPLE HANGING TOWEL

Here you will notice that this pattern says "Simple" and while I haven't read the pattern yet, I know it will not be real simple for me.  I do want to make it though and if you do, CLICK ON THE TITLE.


The next towel has a great design and it looks like it will be thirsty like the Red Pepper one I put up previously.  This one is also going my needles soon and yes, CLICK ON THE TITLE to get the pattern.

GRIDDED KITCHEN TOWEL


And finally for the last towel, I picked another towel that looks to have great absorbency and yet not too hard to make.  This is another one that is headed toward my needles this summer.

RIPPLE HAND TOWEL


CLICK ON THE TITLE


When you go to the links of these wonderful patterns, remember to take a look around because these designers just don't create just one thing.  If you find something great, let me know.  

6 comments:

  1. These towels are beautiful. I will have to tell my sister about these. She is the knitter in the family. I crochet but would love to know how to do these. I just might give it a go.

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  2. too pretty to use. And how about a TIP towel?:)

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  3. AsSandra has just said, they seem too pretty to use!

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  4. What beautiful towels! I would have a hard time using them myself, too. :)

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  5. Love these! I crocheted my sister some kitchen wash cloths and they are so durable! Some people swear by knitted and crocheted kitchen towels. ;)

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