Improve the design and style of your bathroom decor by updating it with crochet. Start with our free crochet bath mat patterns, which make a big, bold statement on your bathroom floor. Then add crochet to other areas of the room with the additional free crochet bathroom patterns in this collection. Whether you make your bathroom spa-like year round or update it seasonally, crochet can give it both comfort and flair.
This post has been edited and updated by Kathryn Vercillo.
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Jessie Rayot originally published the steps for this crochet bath mat as a crochet-along but now the whole pattern is available for free. It is a beautiful option, with terrific texture from Jacob's Ladder Stitch as well as popcorn crochet stitches. It is worked in a rainbow palette that will brighten up any bathroom with good cheer!
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Rag Rug Crochet Bath Mats
Have you ever considered crocheting a cotton rag rug for the bathroom floor? A small rag rug would be a warm and inviting addition to any tile bathroom floor. Our rag rug crochet patterns and tutorials provide the instructions you need to make a gorgeous new bath mat. Try our oval rag rug free crochet pattern.
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If you want to try an oval-shaped bath mat that isn't worked as a rag rug, a great pattern to consider is this one from Atelier *mati*. This pattern is actually intended as a doily pattern but can become a rug by working it with a thick yarn and larger hook. It incorporates the beautiful crochet star stitch, making a great textured design that will feel lush under your feet in a thick, plush yarn.
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One of the easiest crochet bath mats to make is simply to crochet a large scale crochet granny square. You want to make sure that the bath mat is able to absorb water when you step on to it from the shower. The rag rug option mentioned above is a great choice, but it's not the only option. Cotton yarn and t-shirt yarn are also great options for a granny square bath mat. Of course, you could also crochet a circle to make a round bath mat.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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If you want a crochet bath mat that has more style than a basic square, rectangle, circle or oval then a terrific design choice is a doily-inspired rug. This free t-shirt yarn rug crochet pattern is from Crochet In Paternoster. The lovely cotton candy color is perfect for a girly bathroom but you could work it in any color that suits your own bathroom decor.
Another great doily-inspired bath mat is Angie's free crochet rug pattern, which is also worked in a t-shirt yarn.
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Watermelon crochet patterns are super cute in the bathroom, brightening it up especially during the summer months. This is a rag rug crochet pattern from Elecia's Creative I designed in the shape of a watermelon. Adorable!
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5 More Free Crochet Bath Mat Patterns
There are so many great bath mat crochet patterns available for free. It is tough to choose just one. Hopefully you have more than one bathroom in your home! Here are some more of the best free crochet patterns for bath rugs:
- Plush Bath Mat, a free crochet pattern for a bulky rectangular crochet rug from Chezpascale.
- Super Bulky Bath Mat, a free crochet pattern offered by Corina Cook as a download through Ravelry.
- Colorful Striped Bath Mat, a free crochet pattern by Sophie Wire, also offered as... a Ravelry download.
- Bobble Crochet Bath Mat, another Ravelry download free from Marie Leonard.
- Pretty Puff Bath Mat, a terrific textured crochet pattern from Stoneface Creations (pictured here).
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Free Crochet Washcloth Patterns
One of the best ways to add even more comfort to your bathroom is to make crochet washcloths. They are fun to make, providing instant gratification because they work up so quickly. They are functional, of course. And they add a cozy personal touch to your home. (They also make great gifts, in case you find that you have filled up your own bathroom and still want to crochet more.) Here are a few great free crochet washcloth patterns:Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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You can crochet all of the towels for your bathroom, not just the washcloths. Of course, it can take a long time to crochet large bath towels. A good alternative is to take a towel that you already have an add a crochet edging to it. You can do this with hand towels, as seen in this crochet pattern, as well as on body towels.
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More Ideas for Bathroom Crochet
Once you have crocheted all of the bath mats and towels that you can possibly crochet, there are still plenty of other items that you can make for your bathroom. Just a few of the other bathroom crochet patterns that you might want to look for include patterns for bath poufs, spa baskets, soap cozies and crochet curtains.