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Keep your feet nice and clean when you step out of the shower and onto this Spa Bath Mat from Bernat Yarns.  This easy crochet pattern makes a great gift for a housewarming party and is a fun and inexpensive way to redecorate your bathroom.  Use whatever colors you'd like to make this simple and soft bathroom rug.

Spa Bath Mat


  • Bernat® Handicrafter Cotton (Twists: 42.5 g/1.5 oz; 62 m/68 yds; Solids: 50 g/1.75 oz; 73 m/80 yds)
  • Main Color (MC) (41220 Dream Twists) 8 balls
  •    Contrast A (13712 Hot Green) 2 balls
  •    Contrast B (00001 White) 7 balls

Size 6 mm (U.S. J or 10) crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge.
GAUGE: 10 sc and 11 rows = 4 ins [10 cm].
MEASUREMENTS: Approx 18 x 24 ins [45.5 x 61 cm].


  1. Center Section: With MC, ch 42.
  2. 1st row: (WS). 1 sc in 2nd ch from hook. 1 sc in each ch to end of ch. Turn. 41 sc.
  3. 2nd row: Ch 1. 1 sc in first sc. *1 tr in next sc. 1 sc in next sc (push long post of previous tr to front of work). Rep from * to end of row. Turn.
  4. 3rd row: Ch 1. 1 sc in each st to end of row. Turn.
  5. 4th row: Ch 1. 1 sc in each of first 2 sc. *1 tr in next sc. 1 sc in next sc. Rep from * to last sc. 1 sc in last sc. Turn.
  6. 5th row: As 3rd row. Turn. Rep last 4 rows until work from beg measures 12 ins [30.5 cm], ending with 3rd or 5th row. Fasten off.
  7. Note: Join all rnds of Edging with sl st to first st.


  1. 1st rnd: (RS). Join A with sl st to top right corner. Ch 2 (does not count as st). 1 sc in each of next 40 sc. 3 sc in last sc (corner). 28 sc down left side to bottom corner. 3 sc in corner. 1 sc in each of next 39 rem loops of foundation ch. 3 sc in next st. 28 sc up right side to top corner. 2 sc in first sc. Join. Turn.
  2. 2nd rnd: (WS). Ch 1. Working in back loops only, *1 sc in each sc to corner sc. 3 sc in corner sc. Rep from * around. Join. Turn.
  3. 3rd rnd: (RS). Ch 1. Working in back loops only, *1 sc in each sc to corner sc. 3 sc in next sc. Rep from * around. Join B. Do not turn.
  4. 4th rnd: With B, ch 3. Working in both loops, *1 hdc in each sc to corner sc. (1 hdc. Ch 8. 1 hdc) in corner sc. Rep from * around. Join.
  5. 5th rnd: Ch 2. *Yoh and draw up a loop around post of next st at front of work inserting hook from right to left. (Yoh and draw through 2 loops on hook) twice - 1 dcfp made. 1 dcfp in each st to last hdc before ch-8 sp. (1 hdc. 1 dcfp) in next hdc. Ch 8. (1 hdc. 1 dcfp) in next hdc. Rep from * around. Join.
  6. Rep last rnd for 4 ins [10 cm] total, having 2 more sts at each corner on every rnd.
  7. Next rnd: Ch 2. *1 dcfp in each st to last hdc before ch-8 sp. (1 hdc. 1 dcfp) in next hdc. Ch 8. (1 hdc. 1 dcfp) in next hdc. Rep from * around. Join. Pull ch-8 loops as follows: from 6th rnd through 5th rnd, from 7th rnd through 6th rnd, from 8th rnd through 7th rnd. Rep in same manner for all ch-8 loops of rem rnds as shown in picture.
  8. Next rnd: Ch 1. *1 sc in each st to 1 hdc before ch-8 sp. 2 sc in next hdc. 5 sc in next ch-8 sp. 2 sc in next hdc. Rep from * around. Join.
  9. Next rnd: Ch 1. Working from left to right, instead of from right to left as usual, work 1 reverse sc in each sc around. Join. Fasten off.
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This bath mat will cost you the price of 17 balls of yarn. I think I could almost buy one at the store that would be less money. However, the whole point of this is to make it yourself, and make it personal. I would love to see a monogram somewhere on that bath mat. In a classic navy and white or gray and white, the neutral color choice would go good with anyone's decor.

I love the way this pattern looks. I am not a big fan of the green used in the picture, but I can imagine in different colors it would look fantastic. It does seem that there is an error in the pattern in step 4 of the edging, as stated in another comment, but it is one that if noticed early, isn't a problem. This will be a great fit for my bathroom and a great way to add more color.

This is turning out beautifully. However I'm sure there must be a mistake in the instructions. Edging step 4 says to ch 8, but the beg of that row is a ch 3. I had to redo this row and change all ch 8 to ch 3 to make it look right.


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