Biscuit Rug Free Crochet Pattern

The Biscuit Rug free crochet pattern is a super easy, super quick rug to crochet. This pattern uses only single crochet with a super bulky yarn and cats love it once it’s done!

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This pattern is part of the Christmas in July Make-A-Long hosted by Marie of Underground Crafter. This make-a-long features 27 designers and 31 projects! We are almost to the end of the make-a-long but you can still catch up on the projects or save them for later by heading to the main post here or click the image below. You’ll want to check it out because along will all the amazing projects there’s also some great prizes up for grabs. Thanks Marie for hosting! 

Each week for the make-a-long we had a theme for our projects and this week it’s pets! Last month I released my Biscuit Blanket. The whole project was a bit of a fluke because I designed something using yarn my 13 year old daughter picked out. The funny thing is the cats LOVED the blanket so I decided to make a mini version just for the cats. The Biscuit Rug is the purrfect (hehe) gift for you cat or loved one’s cat and I love how quick it works up. So if you need a last minute gift this will work great! 

Biscuit Rug Free Crochet Pattern

This rug uses Fable Fur from We Crochet which is a super bulky, super fuzzy yarn. Like I said this rug works up in a flash. I knew the cats would go nuts for it so even though I finished pretty quick I waited until the perfect time to try to get photos. And just like I thought, as soon as I put the rug down both Cow (black and white) and Nugget (orange) came to check it out. 

Biscuit Rug Free Crochet Pattern

In the end Nugget won, made some biscuits and passed out. Cow was pretty jealous so looks like I’ll need to make a second for her. 

Biscuit Rug Free Crochet Pattern

Use #BiscuitRug and tag me @ktandthesquid when sharing on social media!

Below you’ll find the free pattern. Before you get started here are some helpful links.

You can find Fable Fur here. Go for Faux from Lion Brand is a great sub too. I’d go with whatever one happens to be on sale, haha.

If you have any questions please use the my Contact Me form and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can.

This video shows my original inspiration for this rug. If you skip towards the end where I show how to make the blanket you can see how I tuck in my floats as I change color.

Biscuit Rug ©2022 KT and the SquidAll rights reserved. You may not sell, trade, share or redistribute this pattern in any way. You may sell finished items made from this pattern.


Approx. 15” by 25” (easily adjustable)


We Crochet Fable Fur (100% polyester; 71yds/100g; Super bulky weight)

1 skein Color A: Pumice

1 skein Color B: Paloma

1 skein Color C: Volpe


10 mm hook


ch = chain

st = stitch

sc = single crochet

You can easily adjust the size of this pattern by chaining any number and working any number of rows. It’s very flexible!

Gauge (not critical for this project)

Your beginning ch should be around 15” 

Biscuit Rug Free Crochet Pattern

Biscuit Rug Free Crochet Pattern Instructions

Stripe instructions: Change color every row. *Work one row in Color A, one row in Color B, one row in Color C; repeat from * To change color, finish the last step of the row with the new color. Do NOT fasten off, tuck the carried yarn in the chains of the beginning of the row. 

With Color A ch 26  (or any number)

Row 1: Sc in the 2nd ch from hook and each st across, turn. –25

Row 2: Ch 1, sc in each st across, turn

Repeat rows 2 until you have 51 rows (or to desired length)

Fasten off, weave in ends. 

Biscuit Rug Free Crochet Pattern


  • Susan

    Ok, I must make this for my “guys”! I had to laugh at Cows name, I had a cat that was black and white and named him Moo. When Moo passed, ( at 18), I got another black and white that looked exactly like him and named him Ditto! I now have two more tuxedo cats, “inky”and “max”. I love black and whites!

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