Two pictures of a circular rainbow crochet rug made from scraps.

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It’s coming up on the end of the year.

Therefore, we now should have one thing that seems to accumulate after all of the year’s projects: yarn scraps. While we hate to throw these out, we also often have a hard time finding suitable projects to use them up. However, never fear, here are several ideas for a circular rug from scraps. Indeed, not only will you use up the scraps, you will also make something quite beautiful and functional. Consequently, you’ll have a great area rug for in front of the bed (don’t step on that cold floor!), the hallway or the nursery. Indeed, anywhere you choose to put one of these rugs, it will be an absolute joy to behold.

Funky Fun Circular Rug

So, this circular rug from scraps is a trip down hippy-trippy lane. Not only can it be a rug, but also a simple trivet – it only depends on how many yarns scraps you have.


The full tutorial about the pattern is available on  Youtube:

Funky Fun CircularRug

The Scrappy Rug

This circular rug from scraps is the perfect stash buster. Moreover, since it’s made of strands bound together, it’s easy to expand as needed, just add more scraps. Therefore, the size is also quite arbitrary, and you can make it however you wish.

The Scrappy Rug

The full article about the pattern is available on Ravelry.

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