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Braided T-Shirt Rug Tutorial

By: Staci Wendland from craftystaci.com
Braided T-Shirt Rug Tutorial
Braided T-Shirt Rug Tutorial
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From the Blogger: "This tutorial is for a classic braided floor rug. I made this one by cutting up old, holey t-shirts into strips. I braided those strips together on a cross-country summer road trip, which made for a perfect car craft! When I arrived back at my sewing room, I used a zigzag stitch on my sewing machine to attach the braids to each other and create the oval shape. It’s the perfect size to throw in front of a door, and doesn’t take too long to make!"

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteWeekend project

Main MaterialFabric

Primary TechniqueFabric Crafts

Beginner

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