This beautiful crochet rug is made from individual flower motifs that are sewn together. It will look great in the bathroom or along side your bed. I made this rug for our bathroom and I like how it brings a unique handmade touch and uplifting tone to the room.
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For this crochet rug, I used patterns for the four different flower motifs and a pattern for the Irish leaf motif. You will find the patterns I used in the instructions below.
You are welcome to use the same motifs I used or you can be unique and use any other flower motifs that you like.
I made my rug in two colors, but it will also look good in one solid color.
As this rug is made from individual motifs, you can make it any size or shape by making more or fewer numbers of motifs and arranging them in different ways.
I like to design and crochet appliques and motifs and use them to make crochet wall arts, handmade cards, or other embellishments.
You may also like my crochet Fall table centerpiece, which is also made from individual maple leaves sewn together. Also, please check out my jeans, embellished with crochet motifs as well.
Flower Rug Crochet Pattern
The pattern for this crochet rug is also available as a print-friendly, styled, and advertisement-free PDF file. You can get it from my Etsy Shop. The free pattern is below.
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Ch – chain
DC – double crochet
DC2tog- double crochet two stitches together
HDC – half double crochet
Rnd – round
SC- single crochet
Sl St – slip stitch
St (Sts) – stitch (stitches)
This crochet rug is about 34” x 29”.
For this rug, I used Sugar’n Cream weight #4 cotton yarn.
Sugar’n Cream cotton yarn 2.5 oz (70.9 g), color – blueberry, 6 skeins
Sugar’n Cream cotton yarn 2.5 oz (70.9 g), color – light blue, 6 skeins
Sugar’n Cream yarns are available on the Lovecraft website, also on Amazon.
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Note: This rug is made by holding 3 strands of yarn together to provide thickness.
Hook and other materials:
- Crochet hook size N – 10 mm
- Tapestry needle
- Small sewing needle
- 3.5” long sewing needle
This rug consists of 17 individual motifs sewn together.
Copyright: This pattern is an original design by GoldenLucyCrafts. You may not copy, rewrite, redistribute or resell this pattern in any form, this includes making video tutorials. You may not translate this pattern to another language and publish the pattern or any parts of it.
Flower Motif 1– make 2
Special stitch: Picot – Ch 3, Sl St in 3rd Ch.
Ch 12, join with Sl St to form a ring,
Rnd 1. Ch 3 (counts as first DC), 24 DC in ring, Sl St to join. Total – 25 DC. If you want to change color, fasten off first color and join second.
Rnd 2. Ch 3 (counts as first DC), DC in each of next 2 Sts, *Ch 6, DC in each of next 5 Sts*, repeat from * to * 3 more times, Ch 6, DC in each of next 2 Sts, join with Sl St in top of Ch 3.Total – 5 Ch-6 arches and 25 DC.
Rnd 3. Ch 1, **6 DC in arch, picot, 6 DC in arch, SC in 3rd DC of group of 5**, repeat from ** to ** 4 more times, last repeat – instead of SC, join with Sl St into Ch 1. Fasten off.
Flower Motif 1 (no picot) – make 1
Follow the Instructions for Motif 1, and make Rnd 3 as follows:
Rnd 3. Ch 1, **12 DC in arch, SC in 3rd DC of group of 5**, repeat from ** to ** 4 more times, last repeat – instead of SC, join with Sl St into Ch 1. Fasten off.
Flower Motif 2 – make 5
Ch 6, join with Sl St to form a ring,
Rnd 1. Ch 3 (counts as first DC), 23 DC in ring, Sl St to join. Total – 24 DC. If you want to change color, fasten off first color and join second color.
Rnd 2. Ch 3 (counts as first DC), DC in next St, *Ch 3, skip one, DC in each of next 2 Sts*, repeat from * to * 6 more times, *Ch 3, skip one, join with Sl St in top of Ch 3. Total – 8 Ch-3 aches and 16 DC.
Rnd 3. Ch 1, **SC in next DC, (HDC, 3 DC, HDC) – in arch, skip first DC**, repeat from ** to ** 7 more times, join with Sl St to first SC. Fasten off.
Flower Motif 3 – make 2
Ch 10, join with Sl St to form a ring,
Rnd 1. Ch 1 (doesn’t count as a St), 24 SC in ring, Sl St to firsr SC to join. Total – 24 SC. If you want to change color, fasten off first color and join second.
Rnd 2. Ch 3 (counts as DC), DC in next St, *Ch 5, DC in each of next 4 Sts*, repeat from * to * 4 more times, Ch 5, DC in each of next 2 Sts, join with Sl St in top of Ch 3. Total – 6 Ch-5 arches and 24 DC.
Rnd 3. Ch 1, **12 DC in arch, skip 2 DC, SC in 3rd DC **, repeat from ** to ** 5 more times, last repeat – instead of SC, join with Sl St into Ch 1. Fasten off.
Flower Motif 4 – make 2
For this flower motif I used my Easy Summer Flower pattern.
Leaves – make 5
For the leaves, I used my Irish Leaf motif pattern. The Leaves can be bent to the right or to the left. I made all 5 leaves bent to the right.
To make sure that the ends will not come out during washing, I recommend securing the ends in the following way: weave in the ends as you would normally do. Then, using a sewing needle and matching sewing thread, securely sew on the yarn ends to crochet fabric.
Arrange all motifs with their WRONG SIDE UP in the pattern you like. It will be like putting together a small puzzle.
Then sew the motifs together in every connected point with a long sewing needle and the same yarn you used to make your motifs.
Sew the motifs together in the following way:
Thread a long piece of yarn into the needle (I used yarn about 30-35” long), make 2-3 stitches to sew two motifs in first connected point (1), *then insert the needle into the row of stitches (2) and bring the needle to the next connected point, make 2-3 stitches to sew the motifs together at this point (3).
Repeat from * until the end of yarn in your needle – see picture below (for instructional purposes, I used a contrasting color of yarn to make it easier to see).
Fasten off, thread a new piece of yarn, and repeat.
To make my crochet rug non-slip, I applied on the back this Plasti Dip Super Grip Fabric Spray. Please note this spray has a very strong smell so use it in a well-ventilated area.
I applied it in the garage and left it to vent for a couple of days. You can also try to use other solutions: attach small non-slip rug pads, rug backing, etc.
Regardless of the method used, please ensure the rug has some form of non-slip character to it.
I hope you enjoyed this Flower Rug free crochet pattern!
I like a lot.. It’s very beautiful.. Thanks fir the free pattern..
You are very welcome! I am glad to hear that you like it! Thank you!
Tracy Earp says
I really like this rug. I crocheted a flower motif curtain for my kitchen and saw your rug and decided to make a matching rug, too. i especially like the leaves that balance out the individual flowers. Thank you for sharing your talent and ideas with us💖
Thank you so much for your kind words! I am very happy to hear that you like this flower rug!
Marsha Erickson says
lOVE THIS! iS THERE WAY i COULD PRINT THIS IN ANOTHER FOR MART
Very cute thank you so much for tutorial excellent patricia
You are very welcome! I am glad that you like it!