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  1. Here are more towel toppers and one Christmas Mandala cloth I crocheted. Also one dollar store towel and potholder set. These are all Christmas charity items for a local youth organization. The kids give these gifts to their parents or foster families as Christmas gifts.
  2. Here are several double layered towel toppers that I have crocheted. The first ones are the pointed towel topper pattern. The last blue one is the waffle towel topper pattern. All of these towel toppers were made using the no-sew double layered method. I look for towels after the season and buy most at 50% off clearance. These will be for a fundraiser at my local nursing home.
  3. Here is my latest recycled plastic bag basket. It is crocheted from green plastic grocery bags. I filled it with a kitchen set including a towel topper and matching dishcloth. This is another item that was given for an upcoming fundraiser to the local nursing home. More info and the free patterns are found here if anyone is interested in making these type of items.
  4. Here are three towel toppers I crocheted using some holiday kitchen towels. I added a jingle bell for the closures. I finished them up for some co-workers for Christmas gifts. I just bought two more towels today that were half price and hope to make a few more this week. I used this towel topper pattern.
  5. Here are some inexpensive towels and dishcloths I bought. I added a simple single crochet trim around the dishclothes and a towel topper on the towel. The items were crocheted for a recent hospital charity fundraiser. If anyone wants pattern info, here is the post with free patterns.
  6. I have been working on some double layer towel toppers for our local Hospital charity fundraiser. I used the waffle towel topper pattern for the brown and dark blue toppers. The blue one with the heart button was done with this towel topper pattern that features a more frilly handle. All the towel toppers are done by folding the towels in half and adding the topper without cutting or sewing. I checked with the Hospital social coordinator and she said the towel toppers were popular before so hopefully someone will buy these to support the social activities for assisted living and the long term care units. I am also working on some dishcloths to go along with the towels right now.
  7. Here are two kitchen towel sets I crocheted for Christmas gifts. I used the double layered towel topper pattern and then added a few matching dishcloths to go with each. I am going to make a few more towels and dishcloths too. I love that the topper doesn't use much cotton so I have been using up scraps of cotton balls.
  8. Here is a new towel topper pattern I crocheted. You take a kitchen towel and fold it over to create a double layered towel and then add the towel topper. I call the free pattern Double Layered Waffle Towel Topper. No cutting or sewing required on the towel, just crocheting the topper onto the top of the towel. Enjoy!
  9. This was a towel topper pattern I made up and used for Christmas to use up some sport weight cotton I found at my thrift store. I used the double layered method for adding the topper that requires no cutting or sewing. Here are a few of the towels I did over Christmas.
  10. Here is a little different twist on a towel topper. My triangle towel topper features a ring for the hanger. I have wanted to create a pattern like this for quite awhile so I can just hang the towel over a hook or knob in my kitchen. Here are two that I did using Christmas fingertip towels. Hope you find the pattern useful. Merry Christmas everyone!
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