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I used Lily Sugar 'N Cream for it. If you do a crochet towel, you really need to use cotton yarn. I made it a bit bigger then expected also, but it was my first time using this stitch for a towel. I think I chained 50 but once I started to add the stitches, it really got bigger then a normal hand towel. Probably try 35 or 40 next time.
It is a basic stitch of sc, dc in the same stitch then skip stitch and sc, dc in next stitch, Once you are on the second row and beyond you are doing a sc, dc in the sc from the previous row and you are skipping the dcs from the previous rows.
It is a nice towel tho that works great! It is just big and using a border of scs made it a little uneven. It is only my second towel I have made tho so it is a learning process of what works best!