Use up all your yarn scraps with a Linen Stitch Scrap Rug! This spring rug is thick, soft, and squishy, and designed to use up lots of yarn, very quickly, without weaving in a lot of ends. The stitch pattern is a simple 2 stitch repeat, so can easily be adjusted to any size.
The original pattern and the photos are available on Stitches ‘n’ Scraps:
Linen Stitch Scrap Rug
More info also on Ravlery.
I whipped up this very quick and easy scrubby dishcloth. If you haven’t worked with Scrubby Yarn before, this would make a great first project. This easy dishcloth is crocheted with a larger sized hook (7 mm) and uses only simple stitches. The Double Thick Scrubby Dishcloth is crocheted with 2-strands of Scrubby Yarn held together. I chose to use 2 different colors from my Stash but you could just as easily use 2 strands from one ball of yarn. This scrubby dishcloth took me less than 15 minutes to crochet – so I’m sure you will have it done quickly too!
Double thick and super squishy, its small size makes it particularly good at getting into smaller corners and edges. I personally prefer smaller dishcloths for cleaning, they are just easier for my hands to hold onto! Try this pattern and let me know what you think! Maybe you will decide you prefer small dishcloths too! You can substitute any yarn and hook for this stitch pattern – just remember when you substitute if your gauge is different, the finished size of your project will also be different.
This spring rug pattern is available through the ‘AlsmaCrochet-Art(Alla Chikalova)’ Facebook Group. To get the pattern you must be a member of the group, then you’ll be able to download it from the “Files” section.
More info about project photographed also on Ravlery.
A crocheted rug can instantly warm up any room in your home. From the living room to the bathroom and every room in between, this crocheted rug is perfect for adding color to your decor while keeping your toes and feet away from the cold tile and flooring below. The Lacy Doily Rug Free Crochet Pattern can help you make this beautiful chunky rug quickly. It’s great for beginners and advanced crocheters alike. It is a simple, fun, and easy-to-make project to complete on the weekend. Thanks Redagape Blog for sharing the wonderful free crochet patterns. The links for the free patterns are provided below photos. Happy crocheting.
Click below link for free pattern…
While it’s been a while since we looked at some mandalas, let’s explore this mandala-inspired spring rug. In particular, I like the edging that’s such a contrast to the inner circles.
The original pattern and the photos are available on crafts.tutsplus.com :
More info about project photographed here.
This crochet pattern for the beginner linen stitch coaster works up quickly and it is a wonderful way to practice. If you are new to crochet, then this simple pattern is for you. This crochet pattern is chocked full of crochet tutorials to help you master this project. There are video tutorials for crochet stitches, crocheting over yarn ends, color charts, as well as, some photo tutorials. Further, there are other crochet project ideas using this crochet stitch. Today, I used yarns that had a bit more earth tones in them. This pattern will lend itself well to both a solid color or variegated yarn. The coasters have been made with just one color of yarn, as well, as altering a few of the rows of color to change up the look. When crocheting coaster, I find that cotton yarn works the best. It is sturdy and washes up well too.