The Lily Loop Stitch Lawn Rug features a unique stitch, but in an easy to memorize pattern – and the end result is just a whole lot of fun! And it’s a free crochet pattern I’ve designed for Yarnspirations!
Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Yarnspirations but all opinions are my own.
Lily Sugar’n Cream
A Fun Stitch in Any Size!
The pattern for the Lily Loop Stitch Lawn Rug is very simple – just two stitches are used! Single crochet is crocheted from the right side of the rug, and loop stitches are worked from the wrong side – and the loops create a luxurious texture for underfoot!
I know that this is a new stitch for many – it was the first time I’ve used it in a pattern too! But there are videos below! Wish this rug came in a different size? No problem – there’s no stitch multiple, so you can just go ahead and make it as many stitches wide as you like, and keep going until you have the length you want!
Video Tutorial Included
Do you need a little help seeing how to work that loop stitch or how to get started? The right-handed video tutorial is embedded on the listing page, just scroll down!
And here’s the lefty version!
Lily Loop Stitch Lawn Rug Left-Handed Video Tutorial
Get the Free Pattern Download for the Lily Loop Stitch Lawn Rug!
CLICK HERE to go right to the pattern page! You can download the free pattern by clicking on the blue-grey stripe labeled “Download Free Pattern.” Want to save it for later? Then, add it to your Ravelry Queue and Favorites!
And while you’re there, you can order the yarn too – two cones are needed to make this pattern! Of course, Lily Sugar’n Cream is available at your local craft store and many department stores, but you can browse all the MANY colors on Yarnspirations.com, and yarny mail is the best mail!
I hope you enjoy making the Lily Loop Stitch Lawn Rug! Don’t forget to use the red Pin button below to add it to your favorite crochet Pinterest board!
BUT WAIT – DON’T SLIP!
I put together a list of great ways to make your crochet slippers non-slip – but all these ideas work for rugs just as well! So click HERE for 7 great ways to make your crochet non-slip!
If this free crochet rug pattern inspires you to make your own project, and you post a photo on social media, be sure to tag me @mooglyblog or #mooglyblog! I love seeing what you make!