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Tea Towel Topper
Pattern Number: kkc-towelTopper
Rating: *****
4.5 (based on 4 reviews)
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Tea Towel Topper Reviewed by katelyn Huff on 2010-05-19 *****
I am a beginning level knitter and this pattern is very easy and looks really nice. The pattern on the towel topper looks very intricate but it is very easy to make!!! I love this pattern!!!

Tea Towel Topper Reviewed by Danette overstreet on 2010-05-06 *****
I love this pattern. I have made so many for friends and family and kept several too. Thank you for this practical and retro pattern.

Tea Towel Topper Reviewed by KATHY CHALHOUB on 2010-03-29 ****
I searched and searched for a pattern and this is definately the best, but, I'd like to safe some headache for you, if I can. When making the embroidery chains...it's nearly impossible to get the number of chains on the towel and still be able to get a knitting needle through them to cast on the yarn. I finally made only 1/2 the chains (loosely) and then M1 in each stitch after casting on. I followed this with one knit row before beginning the pattern. I also found that the embroidery floss kind of left a "gap" between the towel and the knitting when I was done. I used a yarn needle and yarn to "whip stitch" the towel to the first row of knit stitches to finish the project. Took me a few tries to get this looking really finished, so wanted to save everyone a little "figuring out" time. It is a lovely pattern.

Tea Towel Topper Reviewed by KAREN SIMONS on 2008-09-13 ****
The start was quite difficult. Trying to space 78 stitches evenly across the top of the towel. And I had to use a crochet hook to pull the yarn out of the stitches and to the knitting needle, because the stitches were so small. I had some trouble with Row 15 having misread it. Otherwise the knitting went smoothly. Took about 4 hours to complete, half spent getting started.

 
 
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