I love the romance of a mug rug and. Place your coffee cup on a mug rug and there is enough room for a cookie or muffin when having your morning devotions, or an afternoon break. Grab the Caramel Snickers Coffee Happyccino recipe before you scroll any farther as you will want to try this delicious concoction that is so good hot or cold.
You can purchase and ad free pdf on Ravelry and Etsy. You might want to make a set of Diamond Shells Placemats to match your mug rugs for a beautiful summer, spring, fall or winter table.
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You can leave the mug rugs plain or add a button.
Adding a little bit of ribbon tied into a knot, to the side of the mug rug is pretty too!
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I do love how pretty the mug rugs look with the Diamond Shells Placemats. The placemat pattern is easy and they makes a pretty table! Change the color and ribbon theme according to the season’s.
Diamond Lace Mug Rug Crochet Pattern
Yarn used: Peaches and Cream (P&C) Cotton & Lilly’s Sugar and Cream (S&C) Cotton; approx. 50-60 yds. I tried to coordinate with the Pioneer Woman dishes and they match the Diamond Shells Placemats.
The colors used are: P&C = Mint & Rose S&C = White; Yellow; and Potpourri Prints
Optional Ribbon Embellishments: 4.5” piece of 1.5” wide Floral Fabric Ribbon, or any ribbon that fits the theme you want to present. Example, 4th of July, Christmas, Thanksgiving or Back to School. Just a few ideas for ya. To add a little knot bow, tie the 4.5″piece of ribbon into a knot and glue to the side of the mug rug or stitch on with sewing needle and thread.
Shell=2dc, ch3, 2dc in st indicated
join w/ = join with
slp st = Slip Stitch
ch = Chain
sc = Single Crochet
hdc = Half Double Crochet
dc = Double Crochet
hbp hdc = High Back Post Half Double Crochet
sp. = Space
nxt = Next
* * = Complete sequence between the stars, the number of times stated;
x = Times; example Repeat 2 x or 2 times; 3 x or 3 times and so on;
in = example “in nxt st” means you will be inserting the hook under the top two
loops of the next stitch to complete stitch or sequence of stitches stated
Make a base of 26 chains
Row 1: sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in nxt ch; *skp 2 ch’s; shell in nxt ch; skp 2 ch’s, sc in nxt ch, ch1, skp ch, sc in nxt ch;* 2x; skp 2 ch’s, shell in nxt; skp 2 ch’s; sc in last 2 ch’s, ch 2 and turn (7.5” wide)
Row 2: hdc in sc, 2x; *ch3, sc in ch 3 sp of shell; ch 3; hdc, ch 1, hdc, in ch 1 sp between sc’s;* 2x; ch 3, sc in ch 3 sp of last shell; ch 3, hdc in last two sc; ch 1 and turn
Row 3: sc in hdc 2x, ch 1; * sc in ch 3 sp, ch1, skp sc, sc in nxt ch 3 sp; shell in ch1 sp, between 2 hdc; * 2x; sc in ch 3 sp, ch1, skp sc, sc in nxt ch 3 sp; ch1; sc in last 2 hdc; ch 2 and turn.
Row 4: hdc in sc 2x; *ch3; hdc, ch1, hdc in ch 1 sp between sc’s; ch3, sc in ch 3 sp. of shell; * repeat 2x; ch 3, hdc, ch1, hdc in ch 1 sp between sc’s; ch3, hdc in last two sc’s; ch 1 and turn.
Row 5: sc in hdc 2x; ch 1, sc in 1st ch 3 sp.; *shell in ch1 sp between 2 hdc; sc in ch 3 sp, ch 1, sc in nxt ch 3 sp;* repeat 2x; shell in last
ch 1 sp between 2 hdc; sc in ch 3 sp; ch1, sc in last 2 hdc; ch 2 and turn
Row 6-12: Repeat Rows 2 thru 5 consecutively until piece measures
4.5”w x 5.5”h. You should end up on a hdc row. End off, weave in loose ends. Block into shape. Add ribbon to side if you choose.
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