You’ll have the Luck of the Irish with this RAINBOW cotton dishcloth which is surrounded by 17 SHAMROCKS! Think it's too pretty to be used as a dishcloth? Use it as a trivet or a "mug rug", which gives you enough room for your mug and spoon and even a small snack! You could even make a few for washcloths for the kiddos to use in the bathtub.
Use this pattern for the Crunch Stitch Washcloths to learn a new stitch and create something useful for your home at the same time. These washcloths are beginner-friendly, and you have a choice to make them either in one color or using two colors. My favorite one is the pink and blue version because you can use leftover scrap yarn from bigger projects. The solid bumpy texture of the crunch stitch is perfect for these washcloths. They make beautiful gift sets paired with a handmade soap or body wash.
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).
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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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 & thickness of yarn you like. All you need for this project is some yarn in two contrasting colours, crochet hook and scissors.
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!