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13 Bathroom Rug Crochet Patterns


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Shopping for a bath mat or rug can be a pain. The ones that match your bathroom are usually too expensive, and you end up buying one that's not even safe for the dryer. If you're already crocheting your own afghans and other home accents, why not crochet a bath rug too? When making something is the best option, it's nice to have some projects to choose from. Here are 13 free crochet rug patterns to help you learn how to crochet a rug for your bathroom!

 Handicrafter Cotton Bath Mat


Crochet Bath Mats Table of Contents
Bath Sets
Traditional Bath Mats
Children's Bath Mats


Bath Sets

These are the most gorgeous bathroom rug patterns you'll ever find. Your family will be so impressed; they won't believe you that you didn't buy them from a store!

Bath Set

  1. Bath Set: In addition to the free bath mat pattern, this project includes a srubby and tub back pad pattern too.
  2. Vintage Bath Set: Make a bath mat from a vintage pattern with a sophisticated matching toilet seat cover.
  3. Ripple Bathroom Set: To give your bathroom the wow factor, crochet your own ripple bathroom set featuring black and white zig-zag details.

Traditional Bath Mats

Forget the flowers and frills. Sometimes all you want is a classic bathroom rug for your home. Use whatever colors match your bathroom decor for these bathroom rug crochet patterns.

Yellow and Gray Rug

  1. Rug with Ridges: If you're a beginner crocheter, start here! The rug with ridges is as simple as crochet rug projects come.  
  2. Handicrafter Cotton Bath Mat: This bath mat is made with high-quality cotton to keep your toes warm and dry when you get out of the tub.
  3. Crochet Bathroom Rug: Another beginner crochet project, this rug even has fringe on the edges!
  4. Hearth Rug: The Hearth Rug goes great in front of a fireplace, but it'll warm up any bathroom too.
  5. Crochet Natural Stripes Rug: The neutral colors in this rug give any bathroom a clean, contemporary vibe.


Children's Bath Mats

Whether or not your kids have their very own bathroom, these bathroom rug crochet patterns are so cute! They would even look great in their bedroom or play room.

Bachelor's Button Rug

  1. Crochet Checkerboard Rug: Try another fabulous rug pattern. Your kids will love playing checkers with this design!
  2. Pretty Bathmat: Colorful, interlocking medallions make this rug a fun option for a child's bathroom.
  3. Bachelor's Button Rug: The blue and white circle motifs in this mat mimic the bubbles in your child's bathtub.
  4. Accent Rug: This rug pattern is both easy and colorful, perfect for the beginner crocheter whose kids love color.
  5. Nutcracker Rug: Kids will love this fun, festive pattern for the holidays.



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Silk Carpets or kashmir silk carpets are one its own kind. Manufactured from our unit in kashmir, these silk carpets are beautiful and unique in its own way. Each carpet takes around 6-9 months in making. The kashmiri artisians hardwork is well depicted in these carpets. The folluowing are some of the design which we have with us. For special orders or for bulk quantities please write to us.

Hand Tufted rugs are hand made by skilled artisans. Weavers loop wool through a primary backing. A natural latex adhesive is then applied to the back of the rug to secure the wool loops, and a secondary coating is added for finishing. Although the process of manufacturing Hand Tufted rugs is shorter than that of a Hand Knotted rug, each rug remains a unique, handmade work of art.

Bubble rugs are one of the new qualities produced by Khanna Carpet. Fearturing superior wool and finest rug construction bubble rugs are very new and modern idea by our team of artisians.

How safe are these--I have found that where one usually uses these rugs, they are very slippery-- there is a product found at your local craft store that can be brushed on the back side to prevent slipping. Another thing one can do is to take a tube of silicone caulking and go around the edges and then put a large "X" from corner to corner. both solutions still allow the mat to be machine washable and dryer safe on low heat.

You can use "Grippies" applied to the back of the rug to prevent sliding.

I really like this website. It is very helpful

this article really helped me make my mom a new bathroom rug its green and blue. its really awesome looking!


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