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One Skein Shoe Rug


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This knitted pattern is perfect for your shoes. When you come into the front door, place your shoes on this rug. This will ensure that no dirty feet will mark your floors!

Knitted One Skein Shoe Rug
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Knitting Needle Size: 8 or 5 mm

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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I chose a deep blue to blend in with the colours in the hallway - it turned out nicely but one of the dogs took it over -- how could I have knit this mat and not meant it for him? So I shall have to knit another to have at the door for shoes..

I made that shoe rug that exact colour and it looks great in the entrance hallway.

I started off making a hat but it turned into a purse. lol [open one, no clasp]more decorative than functional. I use an afghan hook and my projects keep being rounded instead of rectangular or square.

You are skipping the first stitch of the new row, and using the second stitch instead. That is what makes it go round. Or you also may be missing the last stitch of the previous row for your last stitch of the row you are working. That will also round your edges. Be careful not to put your first stitch in the bottom of the chain you made to raise up to the next row, but put your first stitch in the first stitch beside it.


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