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  1. Grandma wants to finish an afghan she started years ago but can't find the pattern , this is part of it . Any help is useful . Looking for resources on the pattern so she can finish it . Thank you
  2. gdenesse

    Doily rug

    I want to make a large doily rug. I can't decide what yarn to use. Cotton would be sturdy and weighty on the floor and would look great. But I am worried that it would be really heavy and difficult to wash and dry. Acrylic would be softer and easier to wash, but it would be more slippery. If it's a doily, I can't really put a rug gripper under it. What experience do you all have with this?
  3. Good morning to everyone, here you are some pics of another tapestry crochet rug that I made together with the other one, the Granata. But for this one, I could not find a good name! Just like the first, it has been made with t-shirts rags and a mm.8 plastic crochet hook. Enjoy!
  4. Good morning to everyone, here you some pics of a tapestry crochet rug that I made more than a year ago, if I am not wrong. I called this one 'Granata'. It has been crocheted with a mm.10 plastic crochet hook and some big skeins of t-shirts rags. Enjoy!
  5. I have a new free pattern. You can take a look at this pattern in English and Spanish. Skill level: Intermediate Materials Super Bulky yarn (Katia’s Big Ribbon color 11, 200 g/ 7 oz, 72 m/77 y = 2 skeins) 9 mm (M13) hook Yarn needle Gauge 8 dc and 5 rows = 4” Size 21”(after blocking). Abbreviations (US) ch = chains sp-# ch = space of # chains sl st= slip stitch sc = single crochet dc = double crochet beg ch= beginning chain
  6. This is a link to instructions on how I crocheted a Pendleton Selvage Rug with Pom Poms. It was so much fun, and I love how it turned out. If you know how to crochet in the round, you can do this! It's also nice to make an Eco-friendly project. Enjoy! http://www.mamainastitch.com/?p=168
  7. Hi! I wanted to post a rug that I recently crocheted. I am really happy with how it turned out....even though I was nervous when I got the box of selvage (it looked overwhelming!) Thank you for looking! I'm enjoying looking at all of your finished projects! Here's the link where I wrote about the process of making it :-) http://www.mamainastitch.com/?p=168
  8. Recently finished this freeform crochet rug. It is 36" in diameter and has about 20 different yarn colors. The project started as a way to use up all of my stash yarn.
  9. Hi, I'm intending to crochet a floor rug/play mat for a baby. What do you think would be the best weight yarn to use? I thought chunky might be comfortable. What type of yarn would be best? It obviously needs to be washable and nice and soft. Any guidelines gratefully received, Thanks for reading
  10. I recently finished a freeform crochet rug. It is 36" in diameter and has about 20 different yarn colors. I started this project to use up all of my stash yarn...so, the yarns used include wool, acrylic, etc, The size hook I used was a 3.5mm hook. Tutorial: Crochet 3/4" diameter tubes of varying lengths and colors. Flatten the tubes and then, stitch the tubes together while twisting them in a freeform shape.
  11. Bath rug free crochet pattern from patternsforcrochet.co.uk made in 100% double knitting (worsted weight) easy to follow instructions, written in UK and USA format. Matches toilet roll cover and small mat design. http://www.patternsforcrochet.co.uk/bathroom-rug-usa.html
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