Willow Rug Pattern by Divinedebris.com
Willow Rug Pattern by Divinedebris.com

So we’ve now been in our new house for 2 months, it’s still very exciting sometimes to think about. However, before we moved into the house we had to live in a hotel for a month and that really messed up my crocheting schedule. ­čÖé So when we moved in I had a difficult time getting into the habit of crocheting again. I just wasn’t very excited about it or inspired. The first thing, for the most part, that I finished after we moved into the house was this rug. The reason that I wanted to make a rug was to add some fun and personality into the house. A simple rug, like this one, was just what I needed to ease me back into crocheting.

Willow Rug Pattern by Divinedebris.com
Willow Rug Pattern by Divinedebris.com

It doesn’t have a name right now but I’ll get one at some point, because I’m going to put a pdf together and feature it for free on my website. As you can see in the picture on the left, it’s a simple spike sc and sc combo. If you want to try it out before the pdf comes out, here it is:

Materials:

  • US M (9.00 mm) crochet hook
  • Worsted/ medium/ size #4 weight yarn
    • 2 – 3 oz
    • I used Caron One Pound
  • Tapestry/ yarn needle

Gauge: not important

Terms/ stitches used:

Notes:

  • This pattern is worked flat, in rows back and forth. Then you sc around the outer edge.
  • The ch 1 at the beginning of the row does not count as a stitch.
  • This pattern is easy enough to adapt, just add chs to the 1st row in 2s.

Pattern Instructions:

Row 1: Ch 45, sc into second st from hook and all the way across – 44 scs
Row 2:┬áTurn, ch 1, sc into first st, spike sc into next st, *sc into the next st, spike sc into the next st,* ┬árepeat from * to *┬á20 more times – 22 scs, 22 spike scs
Row 3:┬áChange colors, turn, ch 1, sc into first st, spike sc into next st, *sc into the next st, spike sc into the next st,* repeat from * to * 20 more times – 22 scs, 22 spike scs
Row 4: Turn, ch 1, sc into first st, spike sc into next st, *sc into the next st, spike sc into the next st,* ┬árepeat from * to *┬á20 more times – 22 scs, 22 spike scs
Row 5: Change colors, turn, ch 1, sc into first st, spike sc into next st, *sc into the next st, spike sc into the next st,* repeat from * to * 20 more times – 22 scs, 22 spike scs
Row 6: Turn, ch 1, sc into first st, spike sc into next st, *sc into the next st, spike sc into the next st,* ┬árepeat from * to *┬á20 more times – 22 scs, 22 spike scs
Rows 7 – 110:┬árepeat rows 2 – 6┬áuntil you reach row 110, or as many as you’d like. This means 2 rows of each color or however many you’d like.

Border:

Once you’re done, use one of your colors and sc into each st across the top, bottom and both sides, ch-ing twice at the corners.

I hope you guys like the very simple, no name rug pattern.

 

Just a simple rug with no name.
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