Fall is already on the threshold and it’s time to think of cozing up your space for the cold seasons. There’s nothing better than faux fur, crochet and knit items for that, and as we’ve already shared some faux fur ideas, I’d like to continue with crochet and knit pieces. Let’s begin from rugs!
The first idea for today is a colorful and cute crochet hexagon rug. Hexagons are great to crochet, more interesting than a boring old square and easier than a circle, with the bonus that they all fit together in a pleasing honeycomb pattern. This tutorial will also tell you how to make some t-shirt yarn to use for crocheting these hexagons. Use it anywhere you like – in bathrooms, bedrooms or any other spaces.
Crochet this colorful and fun striped rug of t-shirt yarn! Such a colorful rug is a great idea for any space that lacks color, especially a kids’ room. the usual jersey yarn is turned into t-shirt yarn, there’s a video tutorial to help you with that. Enjoy!
Add a trendy geometric touch to your space with this half hexagon crochet rug. Vary its size according to your space or needs, try different colors that you like. The rug looks very stylish and modern and is crocheted of t-shirt yarn, it’s sure to cozy up your space and to do that with style.
This isn’t just a chunky crochet rug this is an extreme rug! The crochet piece is really oversized, and I mean not just the size but the size of each row – look at that! This rug is a bit on the loose side and if you want a denser rug, you could either use the full thickness with your 40 mm hook, or possibly use a 25 mm hook with the wool at half thickness. Such a rug is sure to make a bold statement in any space and attract attention.
This lovely and cute bath rug is crocheted of rope and looks ethereal – I totally love the idea! There’s an easy pattern that uses only single crochet and double crochet stitches. There’s a detailed instruction how to crochet with rope, so don’t worry, you’ll be able to do that.
Here’s a crochet outdoor rug – yes, crochet but outdoor! The secret is in using the cord that would work up great in single crochet though it was tight and didn’t just fly off the hook. It should be also very durable and in a desired color – keep in mind that the brighter or lighter the cord is, the more dust you’ll see on it. Think of earthy and darker shades to wash the rug not that often.
Brighten up your home decor with this amazing free crochet rug pattern to make a crochet heart rug that you will love forever. This gorgeously plush, deep red heart-shaped crochet rug uses a special loop stitch to create its unique texture. It’s a chic and creative gift idea for your love or just for Valentine’s Day.
This little rug is adorable and versatile for a kid’s room, or other small spaces such as the bathroom. It’s the perfect crochet project to practice those stripes! Brighten up your room with your new stripey crochet rug! By using your favorite interior color scheme, you can really add something special to any space. The piece is crocheted from super bulky yarn to make it look cooler.
If you love vintage and shabby chic decor, think of crocheting a beautiful doily rug. Doilies are more often used on furniture but this will be a chic idea of a rug, too. Choose some soft or subtle pastel shades to highlight the chic vintage style and add a refined feel to your space with it.
This large and chic knit rug is sure to add coziness to your space. What’s so great about this design is its beginner-friendliness. You only need to knit and purl to make this room-warming 4×6 foot rug. The yarn used is made from polyester too, so it’s machine washable! What a great idea for a fall or winter, cozy up your space!
This big stitch knit rug is scrumptious like a heavenly soft cloud and beautiful like a white-pebbled Sardinian beach. Sinking your feet into its cozy stitches is such a wonderful feeling you’ll want it first thing in the morning and last thing at night! With its farm-fresh natural fibers and jumbo sized stitches, the rug embraces homey rusticity with modern panache. A super easy slip stitch pattern gives it its lofty squishiness and fantastic nubbly texture.
If you’ve knitted a cool rug and wanna spruce it up a little bit, here’s a simple and cool tutorial. Add contrasting tassels to it! This project is about attaching tassels to a ready rug but you may actually use any of the tutorial above to make it first. Tassels will easily bring a Moroccan/boho feel to your rug, make them easily yourself, as many as you need and of any colors. Enjoy!