Have you ever tried making a rag rug? They are perfect for recycling old clothes and fabrics, and are easy to make. Fall is a great time to cozy up with a new crafting project like this! Here are some of our favourite tutorials and ideas to make your own rag rug this fall:
If you want to try a crochet version, you can make a beautiful doily floor mat rag rug:
Looking for a simple woven rug? This one is probably perfect:
Want a fluffier rag rug? This is a cute version for a kid’s room:
If you have a lot of old denim, you can make some amazing rag rug crafts, like this runner:
Rag rugs can also be done in a limited colour palette, and by wrapping fabric around rope, like in this great tutorial for the rug below:
And who says these techniques can only be used for rugs? Check out this great tutorial on making storage baskets, using the same process:
Looking for more rag rug ideas? We have a Pinterest board full of them! Find it here.
Caring for Your Rag Rug
When you spend time crafting a rug, it is worth taking some extra care when washing it, even with Using Eucalan in your washing machine with a rag rug, set your washing machine to the delicate cycle and run as usual. You may need to add an extra spin cycle if the rag rug is dripping wet when you take it out. Smaller rugs can be hung to dry, but larger rugs should be laid flat to dry, turning them over regularly to ensure even drying.
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