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Wednesday’s Mug Rug

By: Danielle Bentley-Gellett from The Woolly Kid
Wednesdays Mug Rug
Wednesdays Mug Rug

"This pattern is for a boho style coaster (mug rug) with tassels in the arcade stitch. It is one size but can easily be adapted by changing hook/yarn size. I used a DK cotton to make it more sturdy and washable. This yarn is Drops Muskat in 3 different shades of pink and a light grey. The hook used is a 3.5mm. You only need a minimal amount of each colour. You could also do the pattern in one colour and leave out the colour changes."


Crochet HookE/4 or 3.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge12 stitches x 4 rows in arcade stitch is 5cm

Finished Size11cm x 10cm

Materials List

  • DK cotton yarn Drops Muskat


US terminology Abbreviations:

  • St - Stitch
  • Ch - Chain
  • SC - single crochet
  • DC - double crocher
  • Rep - repeat
  • Ch sp - chain space
  • Yoh - yarn over hook
  • RS - right side
  • FO - fasten off
  • SS - slip stitch
  • ** - these indicate which part you should repeat (take note of how the row ends though)

  1. With Cerise Ch 25

    Row 1: 1 SC in 2nd Ch from hook and along, turn

  2. Row 2: Ch 1, skip 1 SC, 1 SC in next st, *Ch 3, skip 3 SC, 1 SC in each of next 3SC* rep ending with 1 SC in the last SC and 1 in turning Ch, turn

  3. Row 3: Ch 1, skip 1 SC, *skip 1 SC, 5 DC in Ch3 sp, skip 1 SC, 1 SC in next SC (the middle SC of the group of 3)* rep ending with 1 SC in the Ch 1, turn

  4. Row 4: Ch 3, skip (1 SC, 1 DC), *1 SC in each of next 3DC (this will be in 2nd, 3rd and 4th DC of the group), Ch 3, skip (1 DC, 1 SC, 1 DC)* rep to last group, 1 DC in each of the 3DC, Ch 2, skip 1 DC, 1 SC in Ch 1, turn

  5. Row 5: Ch 3, skip 1 SC, 2 DC in Ch2 sp, *skip 1 SC, 1 SC in next SC, skip 1 SC, 5 DC in Ch3 sp* rep ending with 3 DC instead of 5 in the turning Ch sp, turn

  6. Row 6: Ch 1, skip 1 DC, 1 SC in next DC, *Ch 3, skip (1 DC, 1 SC, 1 DC), 1 SC in each of next 3 DC* rep ending with 1 SC in last DC, 1 SC in turning Ch sp, turn. Note that for last yoh you should change to the next colour.

  7. Rows 7-10: Rep rows 3-6 in Pink Panther

  8. Rows 11-14: Rep rows 3-6 in Baby Pink. Do not fasten off. Continue with this colour.

  9. Row 15: Ch 1, 1 SC in 2nd SC and along. Putting 3 SC over each Ch sp. At end of row put 1 SC in SC, 1 SC in Ch 1.

    Weave in all other ends.

  10. With RS facing:

    Turn your work 90 degrees. SS to side, Ch 1, SC 5 evenly up the side of the Baby Pink section. Change to Pink Panther and SC 6. Change to Cerise and SC 6 again.

    Then turn your work 90 degrees and put 2SC in the first st of the foundation Ch. SC 25 along, 2SC in last st which is the Ch.

    Turn your work 90 degrees and work down the other side the same way you did before with changing colours. 6 SC in each coloured section.

    Turn your work 90 degrees and put 2SC in first st which is the Ch and SC 23 along, 2SC in the last st.

    SS to first SC made in this round. FO. I then use an invisible join when weaving in the end.




For the tassels cut 5 x 20cm pieces for each, then add 4 on each end in the gaps of the arcade stitch.


You are welcome to sell items made from this pattern just please credit me as the designer. Happy hooking and please tag me in your finished pics @thewoollykid. I'd love to see them!

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