Hexagon Yoyo Puff Rug

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Hexagon Yoyo Puff Rug by Knotted Mom

Hexagon Yoyo Puff Rug

I absolutely fell in love with the yoyo puff stitch, but was struggling with ideas on what to make with them.  I finally decided on a rug and the Hexagon Yoyo Puff Rug was the end result.  This was the first time I ever made a crocheted rug using a non-slip rug backing, but I am completely exuberant with the outcome.  You can make all kinds of things with crochet yoyo puffs, so get creative.  Remember, that you can also use any size yarn and hook to create numerous different looks.  I can’t wait to see all of your creations!

Yoyo Puff Stitch Tutorial

Hexagon Yoyo Puff Rug Instructions

Materials: Worsted weight yarn (shown in Red Heart With Love – Fruit Punch), darning needle, non-slip rug backing, size J 6.0 mm crochet hook

Yoyo Puff

Round 1: Ch 5, sl st in first ch to form a ring, ch 8 (counts as first TrTr), TrTr 19 more times into the ring, sl st in top of ch 8. (20 TrTrs)

Round 2: Ch 3, tr in next st (counts as first tr dec), tr dec over next 2 sts around, sl st in top of ch 3, fasten off. (10 tr decs)

For a video tutorial of the Crochet Yoyo Puff visit Knotted Mom’s Youtube channel here.

Assembly: Make 37 yoyo puffs and arrange in a hexagon shape (refer to fig 1) and tie to non-slip rug backing using leftover tails.  With darning needle, sew sides and tops and bottoms of yoyos together to provide extra stiffness.  Trim any excess yarn and trim rug backing to desired size behind the yoyos.

Hexagon Yoyo Puff Rug Diagram
Figure 1

PDF Download

As always, you can download a PDF version for the Hexagon Yoyo Puff Rug here.

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