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How to Crochet a Hanging Loop on a Dish Towel

Learn how to crochet a hanging loop on a dish towel with this step-by-step guided tutorial. Adding a loop to your crochet dish towel makes it easy to hang up in your kitchen. Plus, it looks really cute too!

A striped crochet kitchen towel  with a wooden spoon and an apple.

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So in this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to add the loop to the corner left edge of your crochet dish towel. I will be using my farmhouse crochet kitchen towel pattern for this tutorial and a 5.5 mm crochet hook.

Crochet Hanging Loop Dish Towel Tutorial

Step 1: Start by chaining 10.

If you want a bigger loop, add additional chains, and if you want a smaller loop, decrease the number of chains.

Image shows 10 chains with a crochet hook.

Step 2: Make a slip stitch to the last stitch of the row.

A crochet hook inserted into the corner edge of a crochet dish towel.

Step 3: Continue to make 2 more slip stitches along the left edge of your crochet dish towel, for a total of 3.

A crochet kitchen towel with a loop.

Step 4: Once you have made all your slip stitches, finish off, and weave in your ends.

And you’re finished! I hope you enjoyed this quick tutorial on how to add a loop to your crochet dish towel.

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