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Wrapped Rag Rug Tutorial

Hi everyone! I’ve been having a ton of fun this past week making my very own scrappy Bonnie and Camille wrapped rag rug! A few people who have been following its progress on Instagram asked i…

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If you Can Tie a Knot You can Make a Rag Rug - Video

Learn how to make a Rag rug using fabric

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If you Can Tie a Knot You can Make a Rag Rug - Video

Learn how to make a Rag rug using fabric

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7 Ways to Make a Rag Rug from old Clothes | My Poppet Makes

7 Ways to Make a Rag Rug from old Clothes

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Step by Step Instructions to Make Your Own Rag Rugs

In 2010, I wrote up instructions and took pictures of how I make a rug for a series on Day to Day Adventures. That series has been extremely popular So I took all the posts in that series plus some new information and Rags to Rugs was born. I've added more details an

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Make a No-Sew, T-Shirt Rag Rug [Video Tutorial]

I know what you are thinking… why would I want to make anything no-sew??? But, hear me out: These rugs go together so beautifully, are easy to make, are delightfully luscious under foot, and …

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9 Ways to Make a Rag Rug you'll Want to Try!

9 different methods for making a rag rug from your scrap fabric. Includes braided t-shirt rugs, crocheted rugs, no sew rag rugs & rugs from fabric twine.

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how I made my scrappy kitchen mat

I have had a lot of requests for the pattern for the 'scrappy kitchen mat' Well... I can't really call it a pattern, as such... but here's the low down on how I made it. It's super simple, and suitable for beginner crocheters. From what I can tell, this is a grey carpet nylon. Unfortunately I can't be more specific than that. This batch was given to me by one of my crochet buddies. I have no idea where you would buy it from. If you don't have access to carpet nylon... then think outside the square for alternatives. Before I acquired the nylon, I was planning to use some jute or sisal instead. Macrame cord would work well. Or even some old denim jeans, cut into thin strips. The other yarn used was crazy yarn. Click here to read more about how to make your own. I used a 5.0mm hook, and worked with the carpet nylon and the crazy yarn held together. I made a length of chain 60cm long. Then I worked back and forth in rows of sc (US) until the piece was 105cm long. If you have trouble keeping your edges straight... take a look at this tutorial As I worked, I just made sure that all of the joins/knots in the yarn fell to the back of my work. I DID NOT WEAVE IN ANY ENDS IN THIS PROJECT. I added a row of tassels along each end of the rug... using one strand of nylon and three strands of crazy yarn for each tassel. Then I cut a piece of non slip mat to size, and attached it to the underside of the mat. I sewed it on using four strand of sewing cotton for extra strength. And here is my finished mat. You could make yours in any size. Just cast on as many chain as you need for the width of the mat... then work in sc for as long as you need.

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Step by Step Instructions to Make Your Own Rag Rugs

In 2010, I wrote up instructions and took pictures of how I make a rug for a series on Day to Day Adventures. That series has been extremely popular So I took all the posts in that series plus some new information and Rags to Rugs was born. I've added more details an

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PDF Amish Knot Rag Rug Tutorial, Round Rug & Oval Rug Tutorial, AKA Toothbrush Rug Pattern, No Sew Rag Rug, PDF Rag Rug Pattern

DIY Rag Rug Pattern. This is a tutorial of an Amish Knot rag rug. It is for BOTH round rugs and oval rugs. I take you from making the fabric strips to finishing the rug. No special tools needed! Just fabric, scissors, and your hands! This PDF tutorial has 55 step by step photos and easy to read instructions to lead you through making your very own no-sew braided rag rug. This is a no-sew rag rug and is a great DIY Rag Rug project! You don't need any special tools to make this rug. You will need a pair of scissors. The entire rug, from start to finish, can be made with just your two hands. A sewing machine can be used to join the strips of fabric. But if you don't have one, the strips can be joined with a simple knot. I even show you how to make the knot! You can make this rug any size you want. I give directions on how to calculate the size of the center to get the size rug you need. I have included instructions and step by step photos to make this tutorial as easy to understand as possible. It is suitable for any age to learn. With some guidance, even children will enjoy working on this rag rug. It would be a great family project. Here is the link to Etsy Help page for digital downloads. https://help.etsy.com/hc/en-us/articles/115013328108-Downloading-a-Digital-Item?segment=shopping I am available to assist with any questions that you may have while working on the tutorial. This is a Tutorial - NOT A FINISHED RUG. You will be receiving 2 PDF digital downloads of instructions on how to make your own Amish Knot Rag Rug. The first PDF is how to get started and make a round rag rug. The second PDF tells how to make an Oval rag rug and how to finish both of your rugs. This tutorial is a final sale, due to the digital nature it cannot be returned or refunded. Thank you. Click this link to get back to my shop homepage: https://etsy.me/3wW6C7n Love the look of this Amish Knot Rag Rug, but don't have the time to make your own? Send me a convo and I'll be glad to make you a custom one! Many have asked if they can make Amish Knot Rag Rugs and sell them. Of course, you can! I don’t own anything you make. I do own this tutorial. Please don’t share or give copies of this tutorial to anyone. If someone wants a copy, please direct them to my website to purchase his or her own copy. If you sell online, such as Etsy, I would also appreciate it if you would provide a link back to my shop when you sell a rag rug made from my tutorial. Thank you for being professional and ethical!

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