Rug Amimon DIY Crochet Rag Rug From Recycled Fabrics

1. Crochet Checkerboard Rug Pattern by Red Heart

Everyone loves the versatility of a 2-tone checkerboard pattern, and this crochet rug stands among the best! Choose any contrasting shades to really bring out the pattern, or make it as designed for a crisp, clean look. Add it to a bath-themed gift including soaps, candles and a handmade scrubby to complete a luxurious gift for any occasion!

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2. Crochet Bear Blanket Rug Pattern by Make And Do Crew

Perfect as a rustic throw, child’s play mat or nursery rug, this cuddly bear is sure to keep you cozy while you hibernate. Because it’s made entirely with single crochet, you’ll quickly get the hang of feeling for your stitches in the furry yarn and finish this fun project in no time.

The finished blanket rug is quite generously sized and the bear’s head serves as a perfect built-in pillow. Adjust the fur color to customize your own polar, grizzly or panda bear. 

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3. Crochet Modbob Rug Pattern by The Cozy Knot Crochet

This Modbob Rug is a simple but modern standard 2′ x 3′ rug that is sure to be a favorite cozy and decorative accessory for the bathroom, kitchen, or entryway to your home. The bulky yarn and simple center stitching make this rug a pretty quick make, and it is perfect for your own home or as a housewarming, wedding, birthday, or Mother’s Day gift.

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4. Chunky Doily Rug Free Crochet Pattern by Craft Foxes

Think you have no patience for crocheting doilies? Think again! Stitched on a giant hook with three strands of yarn held together, this Chunky Doily Rug Crochet Pattern works up quickly and makes a major statement in any room.

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5. Crochet Stonegate Rug Pattern by Darling Jadore

Classic, simple crochet stitches combined with small tassels makes this Stonegate Rug a timeless home décor item and a super fun and easy crochet project to follow! Seamlessly crocheted flat using only simple stitches and techniques, this rug whips up in no time!

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6. Crochet Woodland Fox Rug Pattern by Deborah O Leary Pattern

Add a little bit of woodland whimsy to a baby nursery. This sweet rug is adorable and easy to make. It is made with hardy, inexpensive acrylic yarn that washes well and holds up to foot traffic.

This adorable fox rug measures approximately 27 inches in diameter and comes in a wonderful pumpkin orange and off-white. Wouldn’t this perfect in a kid’s room?

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7. Unicorn Plush Baby Rug Crochet Pattern by Clouds By Iris

Add a splash of magic to your nursery or playroom with this fabulous unicorn plush baby rug – and you don’t need a hook because this one is made using arm crochet! Don’t worry if you’ve never tried arm crocheting before, the pattern is very detailed with lots of photographs.

It’s best worked up with puffy yarn because the puffier the yarn the softer and more magical looking the finished unicorn!

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8. Crochet Round Fringe Rug Pattern by Yarnspirations

Create a fresh and modern crochet rug that adds a pop of color to any space. Crochet this project in the round to create a squishy circular rug with lots of personality. The main body is constructed in single crochet, with wonderful fringe to add playful flair! What’s better yet, is that it is machine washable and dry-able making it an ideal choice for this cheerful piece. 

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9. Crochet Textured Rug Pattern by Cream Crop Crochet

If you’re looking for a bigger project to take on this season, check out this Textured Crochet Rug Pattern. It’s made up of alternating rows of single crochet, double crochet, and the bobble stitch. The rug also uses fringe detailing and decorative tassels to really make it stand out.

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10. Crochet Bathroom Rug Pattern by Kathy’s Crochet Closet

This plush and cozy bath mat is a great beginner crochet project. The only stiches used are chain and single crochet. The project works up quickly using super bulky yarn and a large size P (11.5mm) crochet hook. The bumpy texture feels great on your bare feet and the rug can be machine washed and dried. This rug would also make a great kitchen rug.

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11. Free Crochet Cushy Rug Pattern by Pattern Paradise

The Cushy Rug is a great way to add a bit of color, warmth and softness to your home! This rug is so easy and works up so quickly in the bulky yarn, that you will want to make several! You will love these little mats for the bathroom, side of a bed, entrance or even as a soft hang out space for the cat!

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13. Striped Hourglass Area Rug Crochet Pattern by Moogly

Sometimes, it’s the rug that really brings the room together! This Striped Hourglass Area Rug features a modern geometric design, combined with texture, coziness, and a gorgeous rainbow of color stripes – make it the colors of your coziest decor with this free crochet pattern.

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14. Basket Weave Crochet Rug Pattern by B.Hooked Crochet

Personalize your room with a handmade rug you can enjoy for years. With a few skeins of super bulky yarn you can whip up the perfect accent rug for your room. The texture of this Basket Weave Rug is thick and squishy under your feet.

With this project you’ll get to practice crocheting post stitches which are used to create the basket weave texture. It’s a breeze to memorize once you find a rhythm so you can really enjoy the process.

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16. Free Tapestry Crochet Rug Pattern by E’Claire Makery

Made from durable yarn, this crochet rug pattern is perfect for bath time with your little ones. It’s a beginner-friendly tapestry crochet rug pattern that is a great first time tapestry crochet pattern. You can totally customize the colors to match your bathroom too!

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DIY Crochet Rug Amimon Rag Rug From Recycled Fabrics

Crochet Rug Amimon Rag Rug

This Rug amimon crochet rag rug is something which will take your breath away. Just look at this amazing rug. It looks very organic, almost like some kind of microbe under a microscope – we love it.

This Crochet Rug amimon rag rug is a recycling project using up all the old clothes and fabrics you have hanging around, that perhaps aren’t good enough for the thrift store or for restyling. Cut your fabric into strips, use scraps of yarns and threads and go to town with your design!

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