How To Knit Gray Bathroom Rugs
Gray bathroom rugs – Some of the simplest projections are variants of a rectangle: scarves, pillows, curtains and bathroom mats. For a rugged and machine washable mat, choose 100 percent cotton yarn that is found in craft shops. This cheap yarn comes in a myriad of colors, so you can make a rug to match all bathroom furnishings. Knit moss so the mat is flat – no curling edges to trip over. If you can knit, cut off, put up and stitch off, this is a simple start knitting project.
Hold three strands together and add 50 stitches. Slide the first seam. Work a stitch, and then finish a stitch. Repeat the stitches over the line. Turn the work. Slide the first seam. Work a stitch, and then work gray bathroom rugs. Continue over the line. Turn the work. Repeat two-row seat, always slip the first seam and hold three pieces together. Continue until the carpet is about 27 inches long – or as long as you want. Mask off. Cut the yarn, leaving a 10-inch tail. Use the wallpaper needle to weave at the ends. Machine washes the mat in hot water and tumble dry. This softens cotton yarn and makes it absorbent.
Tips and warnings
The finished gray bathroom rugs will be about 18 inches by 27 inches. Gauge is not important. Just get a cloth that you want. You do not need to use the same color yarn. Try to hold a broke yarn with a solid for an interesting effect. It does not matter if you slip the first stitch-wise or purl-wise stitch. Just be consistent. If you forget what the line is, just remember to knit an avian facing you and take off a knit stitch.