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Crochet Round Rag & Yarn Rugs


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This epattern includes crochet round rug pattern, instructions, color photos, and diagrams to make any size fabric or yarn rug, chair pads, or hot pads. Basic US crochet stitches are illustrated. Learn how to make fabric yarn, join ends without sewing, and different rug edgings. It's a perfect way to recycle your remnants! It's easy and fast when crocheting with a big crochet hook! Crocheted fabric rugs make strong and durable rugs. Yarn rugs, can be used on the floor but also make warm functional lap blankets and look pretty thrown over a chair or a bed! You can also make a set of rag or yarn chair pads to go with your rug. Hot pads are also always great to use on the table and can also be hung on the wall for a lovely display. Rugs can be machine washed in cold water, on gentle and short wash, although I highly recommend to hand wash and air dry for long-lasting rugs. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY slip knot, chain, single crochet stitch, increased stitches, slip stitch GAUGE Not required SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 30 inches x 30 inches Or Make Any Size You Want! PREFERRED BRAND/YARN 100% Cotton Fabric or Super-Bulky Yarn

Supplies Needed

  • Crochet Hook Size P (12mm) or Q (15mm)
  • 6 Skeins Super-Bulky Weight Yarn
  • Or 10-12 yards Cotton Fabric

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Alaska Locker Hooking Etc.
Alaska Locker Hooking Etc.
I am an author, fiber artist, and a CZT (Certified Zentangle Teacher), specializing in locker hooking, crochet, sewing, mixed media, and Zentangle Art. "Alaska Locker Hooking Etc." started in 1999, after I wrote the first book on locker hooking with fabric entitled, "Locker Hooking With Fabric Strips" and I started teaching classes. In 2005, I started designing crochet patterns and teaching rag rug classes. I also make "Alaskan Stuffies", which are fun stuffed polar fleece creatures with crazy eyes and big hearts! In 2014, I became a CZT (Certified Zentangle Teacher) in Providence, Rhode Island, and was trained by Maria Thomas and Rich Roberts, founders of the Zentangle Method. I currently teach Zentangle Art classes in Anchorage, Alaska.