Little Dots Rug (Afghan) Crochet Pattern….

little dots rugIt’s been a long while since I’ve posted anything new, 2016 being such a stressful year but I’m determined that 2017 will be a happy, productive & creative time again. This little pattern has been in the pipe-line for ages & I’ve finally put it all together… I hope it’s a pattern that is both interesting to work & practical to boot…

Little Dots Rug (Afghan) Crochet Pattern:little dots stash

Little Dots Rug (Afghan) Crochet Pattern is a great, fun pattern for using up all those bits & pieces sitting idle in your yarn stash; those small yarn left-overs that are not enough for large projects but too good to just discard or throw away…

Little Dots Rug (Afghan) Crochet Pattern is suitable for beginners but still interesting enough for the more experienced.

little dots motifYour choice of yarn, back ground colour, & appropriate hook that you favour, will give your project its own unique result. I’m a big fan of rainbows but there’s no reason why you can’t work your rug in mono tones…

The pattern includes:
~ both UK & US terminology
~ pattern diagram (chart)
~ stitch drawings
~ assembly.

Enjoy this fun pattern using up all those neglected yarn bits & pieces in your stash… waste not, want not… is my motto for this project….

Available now in my Etsy Shop

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Crochet Lace motif PDF pattern for scarves, shawls, wraps, vests & tops

The Crochet Lace Motif pattern is one of many that I (hopefully) will be posting over the next few weeks as I complete them – what I like about this one in particular is that it’s a great little exercise for learning how to join motifs as you go… the pattern isn’t too complicated & the easy to follow joining instructions will have you creating in no time… You can purchase The Crochet Lace Motif pattern from here… or if you prefer, you can also go to Ravelry, Etsy, or Zibbet – I hope you enjoy it…

This is a lovely crochet lace motif that works up very quickly &, once mastered, is easily committed to memory – ideal for shawls, scarves & wraps but also works well for shrugs, boleros, vests & tops. Each motif can be made separately & then sewn or crocheted together… or, you can do what I do & join motifs as you go

  • The pattern includes:
  • the motif pattern & clear instructions to join as you go
  • both UK & US terminology
  • clear photos, stitch drawings & pattern diagrams (charts)

The size of your motif is determined by your choice yarn & hook – average size is approx 9 cm x 9 cm (3½” x 3½”) but will vary according to yarn/hook used –

For the wrap in the above photo I used 5 x 50 gram balls of 100 % 8 ply cotton Thorobred scheepjeswol, Granada – Hook Size: 6mm (US J)

For the wrap in the below photo I used 5 x 50 gram balls of Crystal Palace, Mini Mochi – Hook Size: 6mm (US J)