Cutting a Mug Rug, a Pretty in Gingham free pattern
Happy May friends! Where did April go? Must have been all the fun I’m having at home making things like the Pretty in Gingham Mug Rug that I just missed that last 2 weeks of April. *shrug emoji*
Anyway, on to this week’s design! So, this week’s design is a new one in the ever expanding Pretty in Gingham line. I saw a photo of some mug rugs come through my Instagram feed and I loved the way they looked so I immediately made a set myself. So, I looked at which designs I could adapt and came back with this design. Don’t you love it?
This pattern is super easy and I really hope you like it. It’s nice to add a bit of color and style for a living room. And they’re useful. I’ve been using mine for my cups for a while now and I must say I really like that they’re so long, gives you a lot of space if you miss putting your cup down the first time. Not to mention, so easy to clean when you spill (which I totally do, a lot).
Don’t forget to share photos of this pattern on social media with the hashtag #DivineDebris so I can see them! See ya next week
Please note: I was provided the yarn for this pattern by WeCrochet for the purposes of making this design, with compensation. I wasn’t provided the yarn with the expectations of positive or negative reviews but I did enjoy using this yarn, it’s a great cotton yarn I will be using again.
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- US G (4.00 mm) crochet hook
- Worsted/ medium/ size #4 weight yarn
- .5 – 1 oz. / 30 – 61 yards
- At least 2 colors
- Yarn needle
- Notions: scissors, measuring tape, yarn needle
- 20 rows x 20 scs = 4”
Terms/ Stitches used
- RS: right side
- Ch: chain
- St: stitch
- Sc: single crochet
- This pattern is worked from the bottom up, flat, in back and forth rows, with a turn at the beginning/ end of the row.
- The ch 1 at the beginning of the row does not count as a stitch.
- Every stitch in this pattern is a single crochet. The directions will only tell you what color (ie: Color A, Color B, etc…) and the number in the parentheses tells you how many scs to make.
- Your mug rug may need some light blocking.
- In the example, the inactive yarn is carried behind the active. If this is confusing, you might want to check out the helpful Moogly video on tapestry.
- Color A is pink (Knit Picks Comfy Worsted in Zinnia), color B is gray (Knit Picks Comfy Worsted in Silver Sage).
Finished product dimensions (measurements may vary by gauge and yarn used)
6” x 4” (not counting the fringe)
(RS) Row 1: A: Ch 31, sc into the second ch from the hook and the next 5 sts, B: 2 sc, A: 2 sc, B: 2 sc, A: 6 sc, B: 2 sc, A: 2 sc, B: 2 sc, A: 6 sc – 30 sc
Row 2: A: Ch 1, turn, (8), B: (2), A: (10), B: (2), A: (8) – 30 sc
Row 3: A: Ch 1, turn, (6), *B: (2), A: (2), B: (2), A: (6),* repeat from * to * once more – 30 sc
Row 4: A: Ch 1, turn, (8), B: (2), A: (10), B: (2), A: (8) – 30 sc
Row 5: A: Ch 1, turn, (2), B: (2), A: (2), *B: (6), A: (2), B: (2), A: (2),* repeat from * to * once more – 30 sc
Row 6: B: Ch 1, turn, (2), A: (2), *B: (10), A: (2),* repeat from * to * once more, B: (2) – 30 sc
Row 7: A: Ch 1, turn, (2), B: (2), A: (2), *B: (6), A: (2), B: (2), A: (2),* repeat from * to * once more – 30 sc
Row 8: B: Ch 1, turn, (2), A: (2), *B: (10), A: (2),* repeat from * to * once more, B: (2) – 30 sc
Row 9: A: Ch 1, turn, (6), *B: (2), A: (2), B: (2), A: (6),* repeat from * to * once more – 30 sc
Rows 10 – 17: repeat rows repeat rows 2 – 9, once
Rows 18 – 20: repeat rows 2 – 4
Fasten off, weave in your ends. Block if your rug doesn’t lay completely flat.
Cut 20 4” pieces of yarn in each color. Loop each piece through in alternating colors on the row ends of both sides of the rug.
Tada! There it is, the Pretty In Gingham Mug Rug! I hope you love it and use the hashtag #DivineDebris on Instagram and I’ll share it in my stories!
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I love your patterns – even the ones that look difficult – you write them so they are easy to follow. Thank you so much for what you do.