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9 Sided Kitchen Mat

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Use this free crochet pattern to use as a nice floor mat in your kitchen. Not only will it add some color but it will also add some design. You can use any color worsted weight yarn and a suitable hook. This pattern used a G hook.

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Crochet Hook: G/6 or 4 mm hook

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

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For safety, I suggested you use: Performix 91209-6 Super Grip Non-Skid Fabric Coating Aerosol Spray (Clear) for the bottom of any rugs you create for hard surfaces. I use it on the back of rugs I use over carpeting as well, it keeps them from skidding around.

Thank you so much Crochet maven 73. I was trying all kinds of ways but just couldn't get it, good job figuring that out.

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Maven 73. Thank you so much. I will try it this way. :)

It does work out to 9 sides- I'm working on it now... just make sure at the very beginning after you chain 4 and join to form a loop you chain 2 & do 9 HDC into ring- the ch2 does not seem to count as the first stitch as ch3 does for double crochet. I came across the same issue & ripped it out several times. Once you have the 9 HDC in ring, join with 1st HDC, then ch2, 2 HDC in each all around (18 st). Then follow the pattern and add your increases on each grouping as you go- the first 5 or so rounds do not look 9 sided, it looks round, but once you change colors, the increases get more frequent & the nonogon does present itself. **One useful tip that finally got me going in the right direction- when you get to the line that reads "Rounds 4 to 7 - *2 hdc in first hdc, one hdc in each hdc til you reach the increase of the previous round*, repeat all around. At the end of round 7, you should have 63 sts." I worked backwards to figure it out: 9x7=63, 9x6=54, 9x5=45, 9x4=36. So round 4 on should be worked as follows: Round 4: *2 HDC in 1st HDC, one HDC in next 2 HDC, rep. all around (36 sts) Round 5: *2 HDC in 1st HDC, one HDC in next 3 HDC*, rep all around - (45 sts) Round 6: *2 HDC in 1st HDC, one HDC in next 4 HDC*, rep all around (54 sts) Round 7: *2 HDC in 1st HDC, one HDC in next 5 HDC*, rep all around - (63 sts) once you change colors again, keep increasing the same way- it will come out right. This looks like it's going to be a very nice finished piece, I can't wait to complete it! I hope this info helps, & I hope it wasn't to "ramble-ey" lol. Take care, Happy Crocheting!! =)

Am I missing something on this pattern, it is not coming out as a 9 sided. Someone help please.

Hi, I did not know that nonagon was the name for this shape! I don't know where I was, but I never learned it in school. I like the name...my name is Nona! Your crochet rug is beautiful and original! Happy crocheting, Nona

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