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I’m a craft designer and author of hundreds of articles and reviews about crocheting and other crafts. I search out and present novel approaches to classic patterns and techniques to encourage you to try something new. I’m delighted that so many of you read my posts and that I can contribute to promoting our crochet community. I’m interested in crafts, interior design and love traveling and sitting next to a campfire. I live with my husband and three kids in the Rockies.

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It’s time for a DIY staple.

As we all know, one of the best aspects of DIY crafts is the ability to use otherwise waste resources to make something beautiful and useful. In this way, crocheting is no different and we can use yarn scraps, either from our odds pile or by taking apart older projects. So, in addition to being enviro friendly you will also make some wonderful, new items. In fact, this aesthetic is perfect for the scrap round rug. Therefoe we hope, you’ll enjoy these as much as we did.

The Scrappy Rug

To begin with, here is a typical scrap round rug. In addition to its thick, ropy stitch it exhibits a kaleidoscope of colors so perfect for your retro needs.

The scappy rug

The full article about this pattern is here:

Coil & Crochet Scrap Fabric Rug

Here s another scrap round rug, this one with a finer, rope-like stitch. Consequently, the finer stitch will also give it a greater rigidity and resilience.

Coil & Crochet Scrap Fabric Rug

The full information about this project are here:

Coil & Crochet Scrap Fabric Rug

No Wool Left Behind

Just as the name says, this scrap round rug in turn is an attempt to use up all of the leftovers the author had. In particular, I like the way they were able to color match, despite the nature of the raw material.

No wool Left Behind

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The full information about this project are here:

No Wool Left Behind

Scrappy bulky circle Rug

If fine-textured is not your thing, however, this scrap round rug goes for the bulky and rougher texture. All in all, it’s hard to choose which way is better, they’re both so good.

Scrappy bulky circle Rug

The full information about this project are here:

Scrappy bulky circle Rug

or go directly to the pattern: Tummy Time Nursery Rug by Brooke Cassell

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