crochet tshirt rug

comments (6) April 19th, 2009 in gallery     

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adaiha adaiha, member
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this was a great use for a bunch of tshirts that no one around my house wears anymore!  mine measures 26" in diameter.

Pattern or design used: How to Crochet a Rug out of T-Shirts
posted in: gallery, fabric, houseware, crochet, colorful, tshirt, rug

Comments (6)

qaleen writes: This is an amazing and interesting idea. i really appreciate your effort. Keep sharing such unique ideas. Thanks.
Posted: 2:38 am on January 21st
sabrosky3 writes: I really like this rug I have been making round ones and oblong ones but I really like the hexagon one. Does anyone have any other ideas for other things to make and directions?
Posted: 11:19 am on January 24th
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Posted: 12:41 pm on May 10th
spintheworld writes: How many t-shirts did it take to make the rug? I made a small rug from a king size sheet, but t-shirts may go farther because they stretch. Have you tried using a rotory cutter instead of scissors? I'm thinking that would be faster.
Posted: 9:24 pm on July 16th
bboxlady writes: Well...I am just in love with this whole idea! Old t-shirts into really great looking rugs...I think this winter will be spent making something pretty for the bathroom...maybe even try for a matching potty seat cover...Thanks for the tips and the idea-
Posted: 3:36 am on July 14th
bhusgen writes: Wow, that looks super awesome!! Good job!
Posted: 6:20 pm on May 14th
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