Description: To make the wood themed rug, take a plain green rug, made a couple of fabric mushrooms and hot glue them in place. Absolutely brilliant! Couldn’t you also try something like this with 3D flowers?
Craft Link: Woodland Inspired Rug Tutorial
I love the idea of making my own rugs. I haven’t done it yet, but I am determined to eventually. In the meanwhile, I keep collecting articles and patterns for rug making.
My favorite technique?
Something easy. So for me, that would be either a crocheted rug or a sewn rug. I can’t wait to get started!
I love crocheted rugs. Try them with rug yarn, t-shirts torn into continuous strips, and long strips of bedsheets.
I haven’t collected a lot of information on braided rugs from the internet because I own books on the subject. The books are The Illustrated Guide to Rug Braiding by Vera Cox and The Braided Rug Book by Norma Sturges.
RUGS FROM RUGS
All the rugs in this section are created from remnants, samples, doormats or inexpensive sisal.
The fact that I am not much of a painter does not stop me from dreaming.
- DIY Zebra Rug
- Stripe Painted Floorcloth
- Checked Floorcloth Tutorial
- Stenciled Vinyl Floorcloth
- Making Canvas Rugs
I love to sew and I always have tons of remnants that I am desperate to find a purpose for.
Hooked rugs are my sisters current favorite needlecraft. She makes only large ones and then gives most of them away. I am the current beneficiary. I recently received a 3×3 foot country scene done in wool strips.
Description : The Free Striped Rug Pattern allows you the opportunity to use up some of your scrap yarns. Free registration required to access pattern.
Craft Link : Free Striped Rug Pattern
Description : This Free Patchwork Runner Pattern is made from smaller floor mats, sewn together.
Craft Link : Free Patchwork Runner Pattern
Description : After you learn to Sew A Rug From A Tea Towel, considering substituting other fabrics… the fabric from your curtains or tablecloth both may look nice as a rug.
Craft Link : DIY: Sew A Rug From A Tea Towel
Description : You can’t really tell from the photograph but this rug is a very nice size….36 inches x 48 inches.
Craft Link : Crochet A Desert Star Rug
Description: Once everything is broken down into sections, this Taos Rug isn’t nearly as hard to crochet as it initially appears.
Craft Link : Crochet A Taos Rugkeep looking »