The bright and cheerful effect really shines through this Cheerfully Simple Dishcloth as it uses three fun crochet colors. You can also work this up using just one color, but using multiple gives it that fun textured look. Crocheted dishcloths like this can be made in sets or kept as single dishcloths. If you're talented enough, you might even be able to transform this pattern into an area rug. Single crochet is used throughout the design allowing you to work it up quickly.
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.
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Brighten-up your slice of life with this brightly colored rug. It adds a warm welcome to your front door, or makes a cozy rug to stand on as you cook. Lily Sugar’n Cream gives you so many shades that inspire so many playful variations. Imagine it as a warming gift for any new home.
The full tutorial about this pattern you will find on yarnspirations.com:
The full tutorial about the pattern is available on Youtube:
I make this textured front post dishcloth often as a gift for my friends and for use in my own kitchen and bathroom. I like that the texture gives character to the appearance of the dishcloth in addition to a bit of scrubbing/ exfoliating action. This design would look great with any ombre or solid color cotton yarn. Materials: Lily Cotton Sugar n Cream, Key Lime Pie Ombre Crochet Stitches: chain, single crochet, double crochet, front post double crochet Time to create: 30-45 minutes
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!