THE crochet hook is a long rug that enhances the circulation of a hall, hallway or even a straight space, like a linear kitchen. In addition to enhancing the look, its functionality is to take comfort and reduce the noise in these areas of circulation.
Adding a touch of personality to the décor can be simpler than you think! With the crochet technique it is possible to use countless decorative elements for the house by spending little and using the DIY method. The advantage is that many of these items are simple to perform and can be made by everyone, even for the less experienced of this type of seam.
The crochet rugs long, like the crochet strap, help create the sense of spaciousness in space. A small, dark hallway can be highlighted with the help of a crochet strap across vertical lines in vibrant colors. For environments with a lowered ceiling, the use of the crochet press takes the focus to the floor.
The crochet strap is welcome in all styles! What defines is the pattern and colors of the composition. Invest in a trellis with floral details to enhance the romanticism in the décor. Now if the environment asks for something more modern, look for a smooth uniform or the geometric prints.
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60 ideas and models of crochet press for inspiration
Check out the models that Easy Decor has selected and learn how to explore this piece to increase its decoration, whether in oval, round, square or rectangular format:
Picture 1 - The gradient finish on the edges value the design of the piece.
Picture 2 - The crochet press can also be used to cover and decorate tables.
Picture 3 - Leave your floor with a floral touch!
Picture 4 - The simple crochet press can be enough for the area of the kitchen sink.
The ideal is to place a treadmill throughout the kitchen extension, but you can choose to insert only in the wet area. This prevents splashes of water from falling directly onto the floor and still gives you the flexibility to move into the oven.
Picture 5 - With a simple base it is possible to create a more attractive border.
Picture 6 - Create different shapes to result in a creative effect!
Picture 7 - Here you can join the two pieces, as you can use separately.
Two pieces with the same width and pattern help to give more versatility in use! When the corridor is larger, you can join the two rugs without any visual break.
Picture 8 - Several hexagons come together to form this beautiful rug.
Crochet also follows the trend of hexagonal shapes! In this technique, you can run several hexagons with different colors and sew later to give this geometric and fun effect on the piece.
Picture 9 - As is also the case of this treadmill that plays with another geometric composition.
Image 10 - Simple crochet walkway with daisies.
Image 11 - The simple can be the differential in your decoration!
A beautiful crochet strap in natural color is also a great addition to a rustic environment. The tone on tone that forms with the wooden floor leaves the modern look without taking away the original proposal of the project.
Figure 12 - Checkered crochet walk.
Picture 13 - Colorful details are minimal but they make a big difference!
Image 14 - Crochet crosswalk with mandalas.
Picture 15 - You can give the animation in the piece with the touches of color.
Image 16 - Crocheted treadmill with Chevron print.
Image 17 - Stripes are neutral and match in any space.
If you are going to choose a striped treadmill, look for a harmonious color composition that pleases the rest of the environment. The vertical stripes are ideal for this case where the function is to lengthen the aisle.
Image 18 - Black crochet pedestal.
Image 19 - Crochet walkway with red flowers.
Image 20 - For beginners apply the flowers only in some places.
Image 21 - White crochet walkway.
Image 22 - Green crochet walkway.
Image 23 - The embroidery of the flowers value the crochet strap.
Picture 24 - The tone on tone can be used for a simpler treadmill.
Image 25 - Crochet walkway with flowers.
The pattern with flowers creates embossed details, which highlights the piece. This method is ideal to get away from the traditional look and have a more elaborate treadmill.
Image 26 - The crosswalk was assembled by a composition of flowers in crochet.
Image 27 - Carpet set with treadmill.
To give a vintage touch to the kitchen, use a crochet table top and a kitchen set with the same technique.
Image 28 - Pink crochet walkway.
Image 29 - The more open dots create a more stripped-down look.
Picture 30 - Colors can enhance the look of space!
Image 31 - Crochet cross with embroidered hearts.
Picture 32 - You can merge the lines to give drawing and personality in the piece.
Image 33 - In order not to err in the composition, opt for the beige treadmill.
Image 34 - Colored crochet walkway.
Image 35 - Square crochet walk.
Image 36 - Be inspired by a mix of lines and strings.
Image 37 - Crochet crosswalk with fillet technique.
This technique is where the drawings make up the piece! Its delicate feature is ideal for anyone who wants a carpet model with more defined designs.
Picture 38 - The combination of colors leaves the play happy.
Picture 39 - The sets are also a success in decoration!
Image 40 - Red crochet walkway.
The red does not go unnoticed in the environment, and any style of crochet highlights the piece. Another nice detail of the piece are the edges with the traditional beak of the rugs.
Image 41 - Crochet crosswalk with chain stitch.
For beginners, the running point is the simplest, as it values the model of the treadmill and does not have great difficulty.
Image 42 - Crochet crosswalk with heart design.
Picture 43 - The pieces were assembled separas and then joined to form this creative and original composition!
Image 44 - Crochet walkway for children's room.
Following the more childish style and with a color of soft tones, the bet of this model was to blend pink, yellow, white, blue and gray.
Image 45 - Crochet crosswalk with Russian stitch.
The idea of the Russian point takes a wealth of detail and the mix of points. The composition is made by high, low, simple, open and closed points. It's that mix where the result looks beautiful!
Image 46 - The mixture of lines with the most closed points form the design of this piece.
Image 47 - The geometric effect is given by the color duo.
Image 48 - Crochet walkway with open and closed stitches.
Image 49 - Crochet footboard next to the bed.
Make the sides of the bed more cozy and comfortable for your feet with the crochet hooks. They also help to highlight the characteristics of furniture, especially the style of the environment.
Image 50 - Embroidery crochet pedal.
The type of embroidery can vary according to the different possibilities and this creates a very varied range to differentiate the string rug.
Image 51 - You can create an application in the center of the crochet press.
Image 52 - P & B crochet pedal.
Image 53 - Crochet cross with flower application.
Picture 54 - To give the delicate touch, increase the piece with a pearly detail.
Picture 55 - The finish makes all the difference at the end of the piece.
Image 56 - The raw strand tread is simple, but it gets a highlight with pink embroidery.
Image 57 - In the center it is possible to apply a very big and attractive flower.
Image 58 - Crochet walkway with three-dimensional effect.
Image 59 - The colors of this crosswalk complements the look of the ivory wood floor.
Image 60 - You can use a single line color, and play around with the drawing.
How to make a crochet treadmill step by step
Now that you've seen all these models, learn how to make your own crochet strap without leaving home. For beginners in crochet, visit this guide on how to work with art . Check out the tutorials below:
1. Step-by-step simple kitchen crochet treadmill
This tutorial from Artes da Desi explains exactly how to make a treadmill 110cm long and 50cm wide. You will need a natural Baroque number 6, a 4mm crochet hook and a pair of scissors: