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Cluster Hanging Dish Towel

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The following pattern is my original design.
Please only copy or print this pattern for personal use.
Please contactme if you find any errors.


Hook: Size G
Steel Hook Size #7
4 Ply Cotton Yarn
1" Button
Coordinating Sewing Thread
Sewing Needle
Dish Towel

Stitches used: ch, sl st, sc, dc, beg 3dc cl, 3dc cl.

Beg 3dc cl:
(Yo, ins hook in next st, yo, draw lp through, yo, draw through 2 lps) twice.
Yo, draw through all 3 lps on hook

3dc cl:
(Yo, ins hook in next st. Yo, draw lp through, yo, draw through 2 lps) 3 times.
Yo, draw through all 4 lps on hook.


One dish towel will make two hanging towels.

R1: Cut the dish towel in half and fold the cut edge over twice to hide the rough edge.
You can stitch this hem on a sewing machine if you don't want to bother with it throughout this row
or you can simply hold it in place as you work your foundation row. Using the #7 Steel Hook,
push the hook through the towel just below the fold and work a sc near the edge.
Keep the edge folded as you work evenly spacing a total of 57 sc across the towel edge.
Using the G Hook, ch 1, turn.

R2: Sc in ea sc. Ch 3, turn.

R3: 2dc in same sp. (ch1, sk 3 sc, 3dc in next sc) across. Ch 3, turn. (15-3dc groups)

R4: Beg 3dc cl over next 2 sts. Ch 3. 3dc cl over ea 3dc group. Ch 3, turn.

R5: 2dc in same sp. (ch1, 3dc in next cl) across. Ch 3, turn.

R6: Rep R4.

R7: 2dc in same sp. 3dc in ea cluster. Ch 3, turn.

R8: Dc in same sp. (2dc in sp between two 3dc groups) across. 2dc in lst st. Ch 3, turn. (16 2dc groups)

R9: (Dc in sp between two 2dc groups) across. 2dc in last st. Ch 3, turn. (17dc)

R10: Dc in ea dc. Ch 3, turn. (17 dc)

R11: (3dc cl over next 3sts) across. Dc in last st. Ch 3, turn.

R12: Dc in ea st. Ch 3, turn. (7dc)

R13-23: Rep R12.

R24: Dc in next 2dc. Ch 1, sk next dc. Dc in last 3 dc. Ch1, turn.

R25: Sc in ea dc & ch across. Ch 1, turn.

R26: Sc in same sp. Hdc in next st. Dc in next 3 sts. Hdc in next st. Sc in last st.

Fasten Off.

Finishing: Sew a button on the center stitch of R11.
The ch-1 sp on R24 is the button hole.



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