Make Your Own Woven Rag Rug If you have a lot of old bed sheets or stained bed sheets lying around then this is your perfect opportunity to put them into good use. Yeah, today we are going to learn how to make a woven rag rug. This is super fun to make and it will make a perfect recycling craft. So friends, let’s get started by clicking on the link below. Materials needed: -3 king-size flat cotton bedsheets -piece of cardboard (23″ x 43″) -fabric scissors -masking tape -marker -clear ruler
Easy Binding Mug Rug Hello everyone. Take a look at these lovely mug rugs and tell me you don't want to make some for yourself. They are relatively easy to make as you will see from the following tutorial. Open the free guide and read through the instructions to make your own easy binding mug rug. Make your mugs feel all cherished and loved and your table feel all beautiful to your appreciating visitors! Materials needed: 2 pieces of fat quarter cotton fabric, same print or mismatched Half a yard of quilt batting Ruler ...
Beautiful Country Bright Rug OK, I know we’ve made a couple of mats perfect for the bathroom. This beautiful country bright rug will definitely be perfect for the kitchen. Yeah, it’s colorful and will definitely make your time in the kitchen more fun! So, let’s make something really interesting and colorful today! The tutorial I linked below will definitely guide you through the entire process. Good luck! Materials needed: Yarns Hook ~ P Scissors Yarn Needle Non-Skid Rug Mat
How To Sew a Fabric Rug Hi great homemakers. This is simply amazingly colorful and bright. Now you don't just know that you can make a fabric rug, but that you can make it yourself without setting up a multi-million dollar factory. The icing on the cake here is that you have just what it takes to make this vibrant fabric rug, yes! The free tutorial is right below for you to open, read through and follow the pattern guide for a perfect DIY fabric rug. Materials needed: Cotton sashing cord Fabric strips: Any length x 1 1/4 in...
How To Make A Cool Denim Rug Without Sewing Upcycle, upcycle! Make very functional rugs for your home with a collection of old jeans waistbands that otherwise would have been thrown out. So, you can see that your old and seeming useless jeans can actually come back to life and continue their service to you. The tutorial is shared below for you to have your own DIY time upcycling your jeans into this great Denim Waistband Rug. Good luck! Materials needed: Denim waistbands from old jeans. IKEA Signe rug or any other small rug or non-slip mat...
Welcome Home Macrame Rug Here comes the stringing craft for us once more. The macrame rug will adorn your floors at home, in the office or your shops, giving the place a whole new life. The tutorial also came to us, so do not waste any time before getting your own DIY experience with this welcome home macrame rug. This rug will definitely have your guests coming into your home with smiles. Happy stringing! Materials needed: 514' jute rope (¼" diameter) Washi or masking tape
DIY Paved Diamonds Rug My oh my! Isn't this just lovely? The paved diamonds rug is simply a sight to behold for a layman and for craftsmen it is a great encouragement to aspire to learn the glorious technique for making this lovely piece. The tutorial is here below to walk you through the process of making this rug to adorn your home, office or even as a gift! Materials needed: Yarn Crochet hook, 5.5mm
DIY Striped Hourglass Area Rug These rugs are contemporary, modern and simply beautiful. In your living room or your bedroom, they simply bring the whole area to life and lifting the decor image to 'classy'. Now, imagine you can DIY, infusing as many colours as you want into the crochet design. It will be just heavenly. Take a look at the tutorial here to have a walkthrough making your own striped hourglass area rug and feeling perfectly at home in your own home! Materials needed: US-L, 8.0mm crochet hook Yarn Stitch marker ...
Easy Madison Mug Rug Yeah, follow the instructions and crochet this mini rug yourself. The mug rug allows you to relax with not just your mug but also your cereal bowl and even your coffee pot so why not get into the action and make this lively piece for you! Materials needed: 5mm crochet hook Yarn Yarn needle Scissors
DIY Sunrise Jute Mat Well, well, never thought I could do this myself until I saw this and got to work on the tutorial. Believe me, it was cool. Why don't you check the tutorial, start it right away and be proud of your own self made jute patio rug! Materials needed: K/10.5 (6.5mm) Crochet Hook 500 m of worsted weight or DK weight Jute Tapestry Needle Scissors
DIY Chunky Woven Bath Mat Need to add that final touch to your bathroom? Look no more! A chunky woven bath mat won’t only add colors but it would also prevent the floors from getting wet and slippery. It’s a win win situation isn’t it? Well, are you ready to begin? I sure am! Materials needed: -2 skeins of navy fabric yarn -2 skeins of teal fabric yarn -colored cotton yarn for warp -cut of wood measuring at least 2′ wide and 4′-6′ long -31 nails -hammer -2 binder clips or clothespins
DIY Round Rope Mat Some time ago, I shared a rope mat tutorial. The rope mat had a lot of patterns and was very beautiful. Today, I’ll be sharing a simpler alternative to that mat. Today’s DIY is a very simple and easy to make mat. It’s also a perfect finishing to the interior of your home. Materials needed: Glue (lots of it) Rope (I used 3 rolls, I'd like to add 2 more to make it bigger) and a plastic tarp or sheet (or a cloth sheet would be fine too)
Easy Textured Crochet Rug I’ve been sharing some DIY crochet rugs but today we’ll be making a textured crochet rug. It’s really beautiful, I just had to share it with you all. If your skill level at crocheting is intermediate, then you are ready for this craft! Materials needed: Hook(s) size: 6mm Yarn weight: Worsted Preferred type of yarn: Acrylic/wool blend Suggested yarn: Plymouth Encore Colorspun – Natural (7596) Yarn Yardage: 1060 yds Tools – Scissors, tapestry needle, 4” piece of cardboard
Easy Crochet Rug I have a lot of rugs in my house. Every room has a rug but I’ve been wanting to change the rug in the bathroom. It’s really old. I searched for rugs at the stores but they were quite pricey. So I decided to make a rug myself. So here goes! Materials needed: Hook 8mm Yarn Yarn needle
DIY Rope Rug Today we’ll be making an outdoor floor mat. It’s very easy to make and it adds to the interior or exterior of your home. Friends, your guests will be very pleased and commend this rope rug that will welcome them into your home. It’ll also help dust shoes and feet. Materials needed: Rope An inexpensive outdoor mat Heavy Duty Liquid Nails (with caulk gun)