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Big and Cozy Rug

Big and Cozy Rug

You will always want to go barefoot when you finish the Big and Cozy Rug. Instead of spending hundreds of dollars on a soft and plush rug, make your own with this super easy knitting pattern. Knitting patterns for beginners don't have to be limited to scarves and fingerless gloves. Learn how to make a rug that is a piece of DIY home decor that you will use every day of your life, and you'll feel a great sense of accomplishment every time you take a step on this exquisite creation.


Knitting Needle Size35 or 19 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

Yarn Weight(7) Jumbo

Gauge1 stitches, 2 rows, 3 inches. stockinette stitch

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That's such a simple stitch for such a wonderful rug! The yarn listed is kind of out of my budget, though, so I wonder if using two or three strands of worsted weight, maybe even in different colors, would work? It probably wouldn't look or feel quite as good, but I'd have a better chance of actually making the rug.

Hi paver2, there is something to note here. The instructions above are not correct - the pattern was designed for a jumbo yarn, which is weight 7, usually sold as blanket yarn. That said, you could imitate the jumbo weight by using at least 3 strands of worsted weight together. If you have enough yarn, 4 strands together would be even better. Of course that means a lot of yarn, but the rug comes out very plush that way.

Thank you!

'Click here for knitting pattern' doesn't work. Where can I get this pattern?

Hello mhera 2196919! The link has been updated, so you will now be able to access the pattern in full. Sorry for the inconvenience! -Editors of AllFreeKnitting

This rug looks so cozy. As soon as you get out of bed, your feet will be happy when they land on this knit rug. The neutral color will also look great in any room. It's an added bonus that this pattern is perfect for beginners.


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