The Addison Mug Rug Crochet Pattern
I’m back and with another beautiful crochet mug rug pattern. Mug rugs seem to be the only project I want to make these days and the Addison Mug Rug is no exception. But who could blame me, they are so fun and easy to make!
They make the cutest home decor accessories and would be such a fun little house warming gift. They would be perfect to stick in a little welcome basket with some handmade dish cloths!
I hope everyone loves and enjoys the pattern. Happy Crocheting!
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Stitch Key (US Terms)
Ch = Chain
St/sts = Stitch(es)
Sc = Single Crochet
Hdc = Half Double Crochet
Sl st = Slip Stitch
Working in the 3rd loop: Please refer to the attached video here!
-The mug rug is worked in rows.
-The ch 1 does not count as the 1st st.
-Stitch counts are located at the end of the rows instruction in parentheses.
Finished Dimensions: 4 1/2 inches wide x 4 1/2 inches tall (not including fringe).
Gauge: Not necessary for this pattern
Row 1: sc in the 2nd ch from the hook and in each ch across. Ch 1, turn. (17)
For a cleaner edge, sc in the back hump of each foundation ch.
Row 2: sc in the 1st st, *hdc in the next st, sl st in the next st* repeat until 2 sts remain. Hdc in the next st, sc in the last st. Ch 1, turn. (17)
Row 3 – Row 6: Repeat Row 2
Row 7: hdc in each st across. Ch 1, turn. (17)
Row 8: sc in the 3rd loop of each hdc from the previous row. Ch 1, turn. (17)
Row 9 – Row 12: Repeat Row 2
Row 13: hdc in each st across. Ch 1, turn. (17)
Row 14: sc in the 3rd loop of each hdc from the previous row. Ch 1, turn. (17)
Row 15 – Row 18: Repeat Row 2
Row 19: sc in each st across. Fasten off and weave in your ends.
Attaching the Fringe
- To create the fringe, cut 6 inch pieces of yarn in the color used for the mug rug. You will need 3 strands of yarn to complete 1 fringe.
To attach the fringe, take 3 strands of yarn. Use your crochet hook and push the hook through the far left foundation ch or sc st on either side of the mug rug. Fold the 3 strands of yarn in half and loop the middle of the strands onto the crochet hook and pull the loop of strands through the st about 2 inches.
Fold the ends of the strands through the loop.
Tighten to create the fringe.
Repeat for every other foundation chain (or single crochet) on both sides of the mug rug.
To finish off the mug rug, trim the fringe so it measures roughly an inch to an inch and a half (depending on your preference of length).
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I love this mug rug pattern .Just moved to first place in my long line of things to crochet . Thank you !
That’s awesome. Thank you so much Vicki! I’m so glad you love the pattern!
I love making mug rugs to try new stitches. I’ve never worked into the hdc like that before. This is the only cotton yarn I use and like you mentioned it has great stitch definition. Thanks for the pattern!
You very welcome Laurie! I am so glad that you love the pattern!
I just finished crocheting 2 of the mug rugs which turned out very nice. I always use cotton yarn because of its definition. I will be making more. Thanks for the pattern.
Thank you for sharing Marlene! Cotton yarn is the perfect choice for the project for sure:)
This is a super cute pattern. A video of how to sc in the third look of the hdc would be helpful for those (like me) who are still learning to read patterns.
Definitely planning on making a lot of in depth videos in the new year!
This was a great pattern that was fun and easy to follow. I have a question about the row where we crochet into the third loop – do you do a sc in the first and last stitch in that row to keep the ends straight? My edges got a little wonky on those rows. When I look at your photo, I only count 15 stitches, so I’m wondering if the other two are sc.
Hey Judith! I personally put a regular single crochet in the first and last stitches to keep a straight edge.
Hello! Just curious how many you can make with one skein of yarn?
It depends on how large the skein is. For a small skein of cotton yarn I can get at least 2 out of it!
Thank you so much for the pattern. My friends love their new Coffee Rugs! By the way, is the pattern to that beautiful headpiece you’re wearing in the photo available?
Your so welcome Sherry! The Autumn Plaid Beanie pattern is also available on my blog:)
I love this pattern. The only issue is my edges seem ragged and not straight. Is there something I’m doing wrong?
Hey Lisa! To keep your edges straight make sure to place the first stitch of the row in the same stitch as the turning chain.