Stitchopedia Pattern Video Tutorial
This knit hand towel border will teach you how to add a sweet knit trim around a hand towel. The knit pattern for the trim is part of the tutorial.
Products for this design were provided by WeCrochet and Artesprix. All opinions are my own.
First, you’ll need to make a backstitch base around the edge of the towel. You can find the tutorial for that HERE. Then follow along with this tutorial to cast on through those stitches, and finally knit your border. You can use this technique on nearly any fabric item, such as blankets, hems of various clothing items, and more.
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Knit Hand Towel Border Video Tutorial
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Knit Hand Towel Border
Easy Skill Level
Designed by Jessie Rayot
Knit Picks / WeCrochet Curio #10: (100% Cotton), Size #10 Crochet Thread, 721 yds / 100 g (yds/g = 7.21)
Heliotrope 27981: 1 skein, (290 yds / 40 g)
3.25 mm (US 3)
Gauge: Learn about gauge HERE
- Read through all instructions before beginning
Rnd 1: Pick up and k into a st on the edge of the towel, yo, [pick up and k into next st on edge of towel] around, place marker to keep track of rounds.
Rnd 2: K all.
Rnd 3: [K2, yo] around.
Rnd 4: K all.
Rnd 5: [K3, yo] around.
Rnd 6: K all.
Rnd 7: K all.
Bind off all sts.
Fasten off then weave in ends.
Use or give and enjoy!
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