Hello there, artistic souls! Guess what? We are transforming mandalas into rugs today! Do you want to join us? This crochet trick may be new to you!
If you have an artistic side, our collection of Oval Mandala Rugs Ideas and Free Crochet Patterns will certainly make your heart beat faster. The exemplary patterns we have selected are an excellent source of inspiration for every crochet lover who happens to be a passionate homemaker as well. We know that a handmade accessory can make everyone feel like home, don’t we? Obviously! The mandala-based patterns for crochet rugs are great for people of all skill levels, so don’t hesitate to try one of them even if you are a beginner. Are you ready to dive into this fabulous collection? So ready, right? Your new favorite rug is waiting!
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Modern Crochet Rugs with Free Patterns
Minimalist, colorful, trendy. These oval rugs will complete modern interiors like a dream! Add them to your library of crocheting tricks and make your home feel like an inside of a fancy interior design magazine.
Coil & Crochet Scrap Fabric Rug
Guess what, crochet lovers? You can finally put all the scraps you have been hoarding to good use! Every artistic soul would like a handmade rug like that in their home, without a doubt. This beautiful piece will complement modern interiors like a dream.
Skills: upper beginner Designer: Cintia Gonzalez
The original pattern and the photos are available on My Poppet website here:
No Wool Left Behind
What a delicious mixture of colors! The deep shades of blue, pink, and yellow you see on the photo below are so sense-soothing. Can you feel their powers? Without a doubt! If you want to add a bit of boho touch to your interiors, crochet a couple of rugs by Johanna Lindahl. Satisfaction guaranteed!
Skills: upper beginner Designer: Johanna Lindahl
The original pattern and the photos are available on Mijo Crochet’s website here:
Round Fringe Rug
Ah, the refreshing turquoise shades! Aren’t they absolutely enchanting? All the people longing for cold summer breeze would surely love to have a rug like this one on their patio or in their bathroom. If you prefer warmer shades, go for sunny yellow. Perfect for this time of the year, right? Crochet rug patterns are always perfectly customizable!
Skills: upper beginner Designer: Yarnspirations Design Studio
The original pattern and the photos are available on Yarnspirations here:
Which version of this breathtaking mandala designed by ByMimzan speaks to you louder? Would you choose between the two you see on the photo or go for something completely different? We are so curious! This pattern will help you make a one of a kind crochet rug. You can also use it for wall decor or table setting!
Skills: upper beginner Designer: ByMimzan
The original pattern and the photos are available on ByMimzan’s website here:
Round Crocheted Rug
This cocktail of colors is so delicious! If you are looking for a nice summer project, moois van me has got you covered! Even beginners will master this super exciting patterns in no time. The only difficult thing here is choosing colors, evidently! Will you stick with the option from the photo below?
Skills: upper beginner Designer: moois van me
The original pattern and the photos are available on moois van me’s website here:
Nature-Inspired Crochet Rugs with Free Patterns
Which crocheter doesn’t appreciate mother nature and her miraculous creations? We all certainly do. These mandala rugs were inspired by wildflowers and the Sun itself! How could they not look absolutely stunning?
Unicorn Mandala CAL
These mandala rugs are as magical and as colorful as unicorns themselves! Inspired by such fascinating creatures, these crochet wonders simply had to turn out amazing. Anna Nilsson has inspired many crafters with her outstanding crochet along. Will you join them now? You unquestionably should!
Skills: upper beginner Designer: Anna Nilsson
The original pattern and the photos are available on the Anna Virkpanna website here:
A crochet carpet like that will bring positive energy and so much light into every house. If you want to spice up your living room or your patio with an original handmade accessory, you have just come upon a perfect pattern. You can trust the designers behind DROPS studio blindly!
Skills: upper beginner Designer: DROPS design
The original pattern and the photos are available on Garnstudio here:
These crochet wonders were designed as sitting mats, but you can easily transform them into rugs, wall decors, or centerpieces for your dining tables. This versatility is what makes projects like this one special! DROPS design never fails us, so this pattern’s awesomeness is no surprise.
Skills: upper beginner Designer: DROPS design
Camping in Cornwall Rug
Dedri Uys is the uncontested queen of color and floral motifs, undoubtedly. We admire this author’s creativity and always wait for new designs of hers. This beautiful rug came just in time for spring and summer! Do you sense its fresh charm? We certainly do!
Skills: upper beginner Designer: Dedri Uys
The original pattern and the photos are available on Look at What I Made here:
Retro Oval Rugs with Free Crochet Patterns
Who is in the mood for some retro vibes? In the world of crochet patterns, classic designs are always highly appreciated. If you are a master of lacework, these rugs will be easy as pie for you. If you are not, get ready for a challenge!
Midnight Star Mandala Rug
If you are a fan of simplicity and retro vibes, this version of Dorianna Rivelli’s mandala rug will surely make your soul sing. It is so beautiful, classic, and packed with rustic charm. If you want to become the queen of lacework, this pattern is for you as well!
Skills: intermediate Designer: Dorianna Rivelli
The original pattern and the photos are available on The Lavender Chair here:
Info about this version by Denise (dclark1004) and the photos are available on Ravelry here.
Oval Crochet Rug
This beautiful pattern has been made in many versions. Take a look at these two colors below! So chic, aren’t they? The upper version is shown in the video tutorial, while the photo at the bottom comes from Rosane Zoch Leite. Which author inspires you the most? Let us know!
The original pattern is available on this website:
Take a look at the diagrams here:
Watch the video tutorial here: