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Squarish Rug

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 Squarish Rug

Designed by Amanda Rataj

A textured accent rug woven with a Looped Pile. Duet Cotton/Linen keeps this rug lightweight and Mallo Cotton Slub gives each square a fluffy, variable texture.

Pattern downloads include files for both rigid heddle and shaft loom weaving. Yardage requirements vary based upon the loom waste. Order a kit.


  • Rigid heddle loom or 4-shaft loom
  • 79 heddles per shaft for 4-shaft loom
  • 15-dent reed
  • 1 boat shuttle + bobbin or 1 stick shuttle
  • 7mm/US 10.75 knitting needles: two 9" needles or a set of four 6" DPNs
  • 1 crochet hook


Warp: Duet Cotton/Linen, 440-530 yds Chambray.

Weft: Duet Cotton/Linen, 300 yds Chambray; Mallo Cotton Slub, 180 yds Steel.


  • 21" weaving width
  • 15 EPI
  • 15 PPI
  • One rug, 19” W x 24.5” L
  • Skill level: Intermediate

Customer Reviews

Based on 10 reviews
Sally Burrows
Order with customer service

I purchased two cones off Beam for a birthday project I am working on. Love working with Beam. One of the cones was smaller. I contacted customer service, the next day the issue was resolved. Thank you for the years of yarn and beautiful projects!!!

CLaire Renaut

Squarish Rug

Modified the pattern

I am new to my rigid heddle loom. I modified this pattern as I couldn’t quite execute all four squares across the warp. I just did stripes and love how it turned out. Learned a lot and will attempt the squares at a later date. Thanks for the inspiration!

Jacquie Welstead
Haven’t made it yet

Looking forward to all it will teach me.

Carrie H.
Square Rug With Loops

I love Gist weaving patterns! I’ve downloaded many and each pattern is very detailed and easy to follow. This was my first time using “looping”, and it has inspired me to try the technique weaving a monogrammed pillow top. Gist patterns give me the confidence to try new techniques thus expanding my weaving knowledge.