Crochet Loopy Rug
Designed by: Anita Eberline

While the loop stitch is fairly easy to learn, I recommend being comfortable with regular crochet before you start trying to get this. There's help on the "Crochet Tips" page.


You can use any color yarn for the rug and items to make rug:

  • Light or Baby Blue Yarn or the color you want

  • Size H/8 Crochet Hook

  • A Tapestry Needle

Starting with Passion (purple), chain  101 (125, for larger rug) stitches. Turn.

Row 1: Single crochet all the way across, chain one, turn.

Row 2: Loop stitch all the way across, chain one, turn. (See Tips page for viedo instructions on how to do the Loop Stitch.)

Repeat Rows 1 & 2 evenly as far as you wish, then change color if desired. Repeat Rows 1 & 2 again evenly, then change color again. Continue this until the rug looks the way you wish it to look. Make sure you change colors when you have a single crochet row only.


Weave in all loose ends that might be left after you project is completed.


There you have it! That's the body of your rug! You can leave it as is if you are putting it down on carpet, but I have a laminate floor in my apartment so I need to add some traction, so it doesn't slide all over the place. I did that by making random squiggles on the bottom with a hot glue gun, but you could also sew on a rug gripper pad on the back.



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