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  1. 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
  2. A pattern for a heart shaped rug. http://bynumber19.com/2012/11/21/crochet-heart-rug/
  3. Hello, Voila an afghan I finished at the start of winter. I commenced this last year as I was keen to use up the pile of textured yarns I had purchased because they felt so snugly, but then never knew what to use them for. I have call this Rocks and Rubies and it features a range of yarns within the rocky ruby red spectrum as well as a variety of textures. Some of the blocks use eyelash yarn, while others have a glint of gold. Must say I do like how it turned out. The design is from my favourite book - 200 blocks by Jan Eaton. http://www.amazon.com/Crochet-Blocks-Blankets-Throws-Afghans/dp/1931499683 I chose the more geometric blocks, and my hub loves it to bits. Some of the yarn (the flecky beige stuff) I had hoarded over 20 years ago from a jumper I once knitted. The oranges and reds are feather, boucle and other fluffy stuff from bargain bins. Thanks for looking!
  4. cupcake

    airing my rugs

    Ever forget what you have made over the years? I recently had a few rugs (afghans) returned form my daughter and thought I would air them along with the others I have made along the way. A bit of a hotch potch of creative eras. I think they now call this "vintage"
  5. Hi all, just posting some things that I have done here in the past couple of weeks, so hope you enjoy the pics! First pic is some of my framed masterpieces completed that i framed and hung for wall dec. in my craft room... The second pic is a close up of that last pic, I used plastic canvas and a 59 cent frame i bought at a thrift store, repainted, and then proceeded to make something to put in it! The third pic is a tissue box cover, as is the next, and then some bunnys i made for my brunch bunch, and last but not least, a lovely butterfly hook latch rug I completed and bound off for my bedroom. the bunnies seemed to go over very well, i love the pics, and have put the two tissue covers one in my bedroom, and the other in the craft room, and love the "artwork" on the wall in the crafty room! ....Enjoy, and I am looking forward to your comments!
  6. I'm sharing my latest t-shirt yarn rug pattern and blocking tutorial. Several people have posted about having problems getting their rugs flat after crocheting which happened with this rug. My center was all rumpled up and needed flatten but after blocking it, all is good now.
  7. FOREVER AND A DAY RUG A couple of years ago my husband asked me to crochet him a bathroom rug. I looked at all kinds of patterns, but couldn't decide on one. I wanted something thick and durable. I then remembered a scrubbie pattern I had seen online. I thought the same pattern would be perfect. It worked great though it took a lot of work. the finished project is awesome! So here is my pattern, but remember, I told you it will take some doing, be hard on your hands, but well, well worth it! this makes a double thick fabric with no holes. It is very cushy to the toes, too. there is no picture as I am blind, but if you do get one made, feel free to post your photos. Also feel free to use this pattern, but DO NOT take credit for my work. Materials: Red Heart Super Saver worsted weight yarn, 6 7-oz skeins of one color, or 3 7-oz skeins of 2 different colors); J or K crochet hook; yarn needle. With Two strands of yarn held together, ch101 loosely. row 1: Sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across; ch1, turn each row. row 2: Working in back loops of this row and in opposite side of starting chain at the same time, sc in each st across. Row 3: Working in back loops of current row and in remaining loops of previous row, sc in each st across. Repeat Row 3 to desired length (or in my case, width). I didn't use all of the fifth and sixth skeins.
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