Whoooz Mug Rug
The halfway slippy mug rug uses half double crochet and slip stitch to create a subtly textured design. Mug rugs can be a fun alternative to standard coasters, especially in the summer! This pattern is free online at my website, and it includes a video tutorial to walk you through the pattern. It is also available as a PDF purchase, which includes this design and two other mug rug designs (each of which are also available online for free with video tutorials).
This cute mug rug uses the ever-popular moss stitch to create a unique, quirky, and easy mug rug. These make great gifts, and they work up quickly. I used a size H hook and Bernat Handicrafter cotton or Lily Sugar and Cream cotton yarn (any worsted weight cotton yarn will do). They work up quickly for last minute gifts, and there is a free YouTube video to show you how to do the project step by step, including the fringe!
Looking for a quick crochet project? This Crochet Mug Rug is a super easy and quick make. Small crochet projects like these mug rugs make perfect last minute gifts! It uses very little yarn and you can use up your leftover yarn from previous projects. I used cotton yarn, worsted medium weight (4). But you can use any type and thickness of yarn you like. All you need for this project is some yarn in two contrasting colours, crochet hook and scissors.
Do you like Mosaic Crochet? This is a mosaic crochet pattern for a mug rug that I made just yesterday and wanted to share with you! This is an easy pattern for intermediate level crocheters, and even if you have never tried mosaic crochet you can start now! The free pattern includes written instructions, a mosaic chart with explanations how to use it and a short one-row video demonstration of the pattern. This would make a very pretty and unique last minute crochet gift!
My Mosaic Crochet Mug Rug is a fun and quick project using just chains, single crochet and double crochet and only one color per row! With the holidays around the corner, these make pretty hostess gifts too, just whip up a set in many colors or stick to a two color scheme and put a pretty bow around them.Now if you've never attempted color-work in your crochet, don't worry! This method requires you to work with one color at a time - no changing colors mid-row; and the chart is easy to read and follow!