I really like this rug, I've made many mats like this.
I have recently reduced the price of my Hit and Miss rug kits.
Look in my etsy shop (the Hexagon Kit 12" x 12" was $49.99 now $39.99)
This rug is easy to make in any size. You don't need a pattern. I've made many of this style. Stitch single, two stack or three stacks to a backing. Carefully cut around the edge and finish with more stitching. I didn't back this rug at all. All the stitching shows on the backside, that's just fine.
This is a rug pattern by Barbara Bond. I found it in the now extinct Country Home Folk Crafts Magazine, October 1994. (I think there was only six issues of this wonderful magazine.) There is a nice article about Barbara Bond and her rugs, including some instructions.
I think I backed this one...
This rug was inspired by another photograph in a magazine somewhere.
I enjoyed laying it out and assembling it. It is lined on the back.
(it went to a very nice home)
I keep saying I'll make another, haven't.
The rug below is also a pattern. Instead of framing it in a wooden frame as was suggested,
I trimmed it in self backed three stacks. This was in a pattern booklet by Backyard Quilts, the booklet is called "All Things primitive".
Ahh, I LOVE this rug, everyone has seen the pattern out there for this one,
Super easy to make the mat below, you certainly don't need a pattern!
I've made many! These pennies are stitched to an overdyed white blanket with a muslin handstitched backing.
I haven't stitched much in the last while, still resting my carpal tunnel wrist, darn thing. (I've been wearing a brace at night for more than 3 months!)