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Hoooked Zpagetti Yarn Review PLUS Free Crochet Rug Pattern

If you've never used t-shirt yarn before, you gotta try it! I got to try the popular Hoooked Zpagetti yarn from Love Crochet and it's fantastic! I'm going to tell you all about it plus there is a free downloadable crochet pattern at the end for the rug I made with it!


So let's start with the details of the Hoooked Zpagetti yarn.

Hoooked Zpagetti Yarn Details

  • 90% recycled cotton, 10% other recycled fibers
  • 131 yards per skeins
  • Super Bulky yarn
  • Care instructions: Hand wash and lay flat to dry
  • Find it at LoveCrochet.com

First Impressions

This is a lot of yarn! Although each skein is 131 yards, it's super bulky so you get a good amount! 

I was also pleasantly surprised at the softness of the cotton. If I were to cut up one of my t-shirts, I don't think it would be as soft as this recycled cotton yarn. 

One thing I did notice about the yarn when I was working with it is that the thickness was not consistent throughout, specifically the white color I used. (The dark gray color I used was consistent throughout). It did not effect the outcome of my project, but it's just something that caught my eye when I was using it.

Crochet Pattern

This t-shirt style yarn is perfect for rugs, so I made a simple rug with striping! I will be using them for my bathroom and I'm already loving how thick and sturdy it feels under my feet.


I went with a really simple stitch except I mixed it up just a bit. I used the moss stitch (also known as linen stitch and many other names) but instead of doing the traditional single crochet with this stitch, I swapped it for half double crochets for a looser stitch (plus it works up much more quickly!).


My puppy has already partially claimed it.. his favorite spot to snooze during the day is in the bathroom (although I find it a rather odd spot to sleep) so he will be using it a lot!

Since this pattern is so easy, I'm offering the ad-free PDF printable/downloadable for free to everyone.

DOWNLOAD THE FREE PDF PATTERN HERE

Enjoy!


2 comments

  1. Can't wait to have a go at this, but I need to know if it is US or UK terminology before I can get started

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