Chevron Crochet Kitchen Towel

The most practical project you’ll ever crochet.

Skill Level | Easy
Finished Size | 15″ wide; 24″ long

When you need a great project to use up the cotton yarn in your stash, a kitchen towel is a great way to go. They’re absorbent, washable and easy to crochet.

Introduction

About this Pattern


If you’re looking for a warm weather project you’ll get tons of use out of, you’re in the right place. Cotton crochet kitchen towels are practical, absorbent and pretty quick to make.

With this project you’ll get to practice the crochet chevron stitch working through the back loops to create a ridged texture that’s great for scrubbing. Choose a single color or as many colors as you want to customize this pattern to match your kitchen decor.

Before you begin, review this page entirely so you understand the full scope of the project. We’ve prepared a list of recommended supplies and abbreviations you’ll need to get started as well as written instructions to complete the chevron crochet kitchen towel from start to finish.

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getting started

Recommended Supplies


  • Approx 290 yds; Lily’s Sugar ‘n Cream Yarn
  • Color A – Red; 97 yds
  • Color B – White; 97 yds
  • Color C – Bright Navy; 97 yds
  • 5.5 mm Crochet Hook
  • Yarn Needle
  • Scissors

FAQ: Can I use a different yarn?
Yes, as long as it is in the same weight category. Check your gauge to make sure this substitution won’t effect the sizing. Recommended amount will likely be inaccurate.

Additional Resources: Ultimate Guide to Yarn Weight

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pattern details

Abbreviations


This pattern is written using standard US crochet terminology.

  • Ch Chain
  • Hk Hook
  • Rep Repeat
  • Sc Single Crochet
  • Sk Skip
  • St(s) Stitch(es)
Finished Size

15″ wide; 24″ long
(blocked)

Gauge

20 sts x 13 rows = 4″
(single crochet)

The chevron crochet kitchen towel has been redesigned from our original pattern. This redesign includes a shorter chevron peak so the edges are a little more even and additional width so it’ll match the size of the kitchen towels you already have.

the pattern

Written Instructions


Row 1: With color C, ch 123. 2 sc in 2nd ch from hk. *1 sc in next 4 ch. Sk 2 ch. 1 sc in next 4 ch. 3 sc in next ch. Rep from * to last 11 ch. 1 sc in next 4 ch. Sk 2 ch. 1 sc in next 4 ch. 2 sc in last ch. Turn.

Row 2: Ch 1. 2 sc in BLO of first st. *1 sc in BLO of next 4 sts. Sk 2 sts. 1 sc in BLO of next 4 sts. 3 sc in BLO of next st. Rep from * to last 11 sts. 1 sc in BLO of next 4 sts. Sk 2 sts. 1 sc in BLO of next 4 sts. 2 sc in BLO of last st. Turn.

Repeat: Row 2 is the repeat for the entire project. Work 5 rows of each color in the following stripe pattern:

  • 5 rows, color C
  • 5 rows, color B
  • 5 rows, color A

When work measures 24″ from starting edge, fasten off and weave in ends.


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