Horizontal Crochet Sampler Rug (Afghan) pattern…

DSCF1762Horizontal Rainbow Rug (Afghan) Crochet Sampler Pattern

This Sampler is a bit different from the usual Sampler Pattern as it’s worked horizontally instead of in a collection of squares. The 17 different stitches that make up this sampler are worked in rows that are repeated as many times as you like, in colour combinations that you prefer & using the hook your comfortable with… therefore , although I’ve given yarn & hook requirements, this is your project – work with your own preferred yarns, colours & appropriate hook.

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~ Requirements for rainbow rug (afghan) as featured in photo: 200g (7.1 oz) of each: yellow, orange, red, purple, blue, green. Chocolate Brown 50g (1.77oz)

Hook size: 4.50 (US: G)…I used Bendigo Classic yarn.

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~ Requirements for Beige/brown rug (afghan) as featured in photo: 270g (9.53oz) of each: siege, brown, cream, 23g (.9oz) orange

Hook size: 4.50 (US: G)…I used  economy yarns from my stash.

 

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I hope this is an enjoyable new project for you to try & create something that you will be proud to show off or gift to family or friends.

The pattern is available for sale on Ravelry & Etsy

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About rensfibreart

Australian Freeform Fibre Artist, Craft teacher & Author
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3 Responses to Horizontal Crochet Sampler Rug (Afghan) pattern…

  1. rensfibreart says:

    Thank you, Val… 🙂

  2. Val says:

    That’s very pretty, particularly the brightly coloured one.

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