Rag rugs

Like I need one more hobby right?


led to this…

led to this…

I am intrigued!!!!  Old toddler tshirts here I come!!!!



2 Responses to “Rag rugs”

  1. bridget Says:

    We did a project on the 2nd world war and the victorians and made these. My daughter made a beautiful one out of a bridesmaids dress with a big red heart in the middle. There’s a lady at our knit and natter group who brings hers to do every week. Cutting up those t-shirts would drive me senseless!

    • spinnermom Says:

      Well I’ve already made quite a few clothes pin bags and pillows out of some of the tshirts. I think I can handle cutting up a couple dozen to try this out. One out of bridesmaids dresses would be just beautiful also!!!

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