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Crochet a Beautiful Area Rug

By: Loretta Thorpe from thediycreativelife.com
Updated May 30, 2018
Crochet a Beautiful Area Rug
Crochet a Beautiful Area Rug

"Yes, area rugs can be crocheted! The secret is to use 100% cotton yarn, which is strong and durable and will hold up to foot traffic. This striking area rug is a great beginner’s project for anyone wishing to learn to crochet “in the round”. This free crochet pattern includes a chart that explains the simple formula for crocheting any “in the round” project. Also learn a big tip that will save you a lot of time when crocheting this and other projects. Step-by-step tutorial."

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Crochet HookL/11 or 8 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished SizeThis area rug pattern measures about 29” across.

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What a GREAT job on the pattern. What I really appreciate is the chart that shows you exactly how many stitches you should have at completion of that particular round. This way, you can accurately keep track and randomly check how you are doing and if you are on the right path. Don't you hate it when you've increased too many (lost count of your increases within the round) and when you finish you are left with a ruffly rug?!

Thank you! I'm glad you like the pattern and the chart!

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