|Farmer's Market Find - cute but not quite working|
They ALL required handles.
So I'm no dunce.
I figure, hey, I'll finagle my own.
Dish Towel Ring - Knob EditionMaterials:
Worsted weight dish-towel cotton yarn. (I used Peaches & Creme in Avocado)
Size U.S. H/8 crochet hook
2. Ch 3 (will be your first dc) and dc around your ring - it will take approximately 45-50 to cover it all the way around. You want the original yarn loops to be covered, but not be so packed that the ring bunches out of it's perfect circular shape. Then slip st it closed through the original ch 3.
3. From here, we'll make the loop that goes over your cabinet or drawer knob. Ch 10, then sl st to the same ch 3 you started from. (Here I recommend that you "try it on for size" - just to make sure your finished hanger will fit over your knob. If it's too small, you just add a few more ch - too big, pull a few out.)
4. Ch 2 (your first sc) and proceed to cover this second ring with sc - approximately 15-17. Again, you want your chain covered, but the ring to lie flat. When you get back to the base of your upper ring, sl st it to the nearest dc of the big ring.
5. Then sc in each dc around the big ring and sl st in the first sc of the knob ring. Cut your yarn, tie in your end, et voila!
|Jelly Bean "helping"|