Upcycled Denim Rag Rug DIY Instructions
Turn a couple of old pairs of jeans that were headed to the bin, into a brand new fantastically useful rag rug! An eco-friendly way to decorate your home.
How to Make Denim Yarn from Old Jeans, Fiberartsy.com
Learn How to Make Denim Yarn from Old Jeans - Upcycle or recycle your old jeans into yarn you can use for knitting or crochet! Step by step tutorial.
How to Make Crocheted Rag Rugs | eHow.com
Making rag rugs dates back to the 1800s, when thrifty homemakers would reuse old clothes and fabric scraps as floor coverings. Rag rugs are simple to make, very sturdy, and the scrappy mix of colors makes them beautiful.
How To Crochet A Scrap Yarn Rope Bath Mat
If you follow my blog, you might remember that I shared how to make a crocheted rug out of clothesline a couple of years ago (here). As I was thinking
How to Make an Amish Knot Rag Rug | SHTFPreparedness
Look, I know not everyone is going to get excited about creating an Amish Knot Rag Rug. If you are taking that position then you are just not appreciating the skill itself. You have to be aware of the fact that this pattern is not left to making rag rugs alone.
Rag Rug Video Course — Day to Day Adventures
A year and a half ago I started to dream BIG. People liked the idea of making rag rugs. TONS of people visit Day to Day Adventures daily to see how it is done! But my dream was to get as many people started with rug making as possible. I wanted to provide the tools that a beginner rug maker needs to get started. It started small with an eBook and now has developed into a Rag Rug Video Course!
How to Make a Toothbrush Amish Rug
A really great recycling project is to make a toothbrush rag rug. You don’t actually need a toothbrush…it’s just a left-over term from half a century ago. It requires ripping, making small cuts, and doing lots of threading loops and pulling them tight. That’s it—no sewing!
How To: Braided Rag Rug Coaster
I've been wanting to make these for a while so I thought I'd put together a little tutorial. It's Jelly Roll friendly if you have any leftover strips lying around. The final result...