crocheted ragrug

comments (9) January 24th, 2009 in gallery     

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ive been making these rugs for a couple of months now, what a surprise to see your excellent tutorial. ill be using that fabric joining tip of yours too. heres 2 photos of front and back. i personally prefer the back as its kind of lumpy and less structured. ill have to warn you that this becomes addictive and youll be chopping up good teeshirts before you know it. thanks. robyn.
ive been making these rugs for a couple of months now, what a surprise to see your excellent tutorial. ill be using that fabric joining tip of yours too. heres 2 photos of front and back. i personally prefer the back as its kind of lumpy and less structured. ill have to warn you that this becomes addictive and youll be chopping up good teeshirts before you know it. thanks. robyn.

i've been making these rugs for a couple of months now, what a surprise to see your excellent tutorial. i'll be using that fabric joining tip of yours too. here's 2 photos of front and back. i personally prefer the back as it's kind of lumpy and less structured. i'll have to warn you that this becomes addictive and you'll be chopping up good teeshirts before you know it. thanks. robyn.

ragrug crocheted from tees and boyfriend's undies


Pattern or design used: How to Crochet a Rug out of T-Shirts
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Comments (9)

craftylearner writes: I so love the randomness of this mat. I agree au naturale is much better than sunny side up !
Posted: 11:09 am on November 5th
ro_molo writes: thanks lisechi, not sure what size hook was used in the tutorial but i used a big fat bamboo one maybe size 12? which makes quick work of it!
Posted: 5:16 am on October 24th
lisechi writes: So pretty. Thanks for sharing. Did you use a smaller crochet hook than in this 'how to' article?
Posted: 3:08 pm on August 19th
addictedtoragrugs writes: Your rug is beautiful. And I totally agree that it is addicting. I buy fabric to crochet rugs because I don't have enough t-shirts.
Posted: 10:19 am on April 30th
clair163 writes: I love the colors great job !
Posted: 4:50 am on March 20th
RubyKitty writes: Great colours. I made a rag rug ages ago, just plaited lengths of rags then sewed them into a coil and kept going until I ended up with something bath mat sized. The resulting rug was very tough and lasted years and years.
Posted: 3:01 pm on January 26th
BoDyanDSouL writes: Lovely and colourful!
Posted: 5:00 am on January 26th
Thursdaies writes: This is wonderful! LOVE it!
Posted: 10:47 am on January 24th
LauraMM writes: I love it!!!
Posted: 9:10 am on January 24th
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