Rugmaker's Homestead. Looped/Woven Rag Rug. Rug Mod Tutorial. 5 Unique DIY Area Rug Ideas. 5 Unique DIY Area Rug Ideas. If you can't find the perfect rug to fit your space, unleash your creativity and make a custom one to fit your space, life and budget perfectly.
No need to settle for something that isn't right. As you can see here, the homeowners who created these set no limitations to the materials that can be used to make their rugs fun, functional, and unique to their style and personality.
Rug-Hooking: History, How-to Tutorials. Arts & Crafts : The Art and Craft of Rug Hooking Fiber Art "Rug hooking uses a hand hook, similar in shape to a crochet hook, to form a looped pile from fabric strips or yarn on an even-weave base fabric.
" — RugHookingOnline.com. Coiled-Rag Baskets. Baskets have had many uses over the ages.
Native Americans wove them so tightly they could hold water. Materials and Tools: fabric scraps torn in strips Rag Works 1" craft coiling large-eye plastic yarn needle scissors masking tape hot-glue gun and glue Steps: 1. 2. 3. 4. Coiled Fabric Bowls (Lots Of Photos) I made these fabric bowls using a tutorial I found here: CraftStylish tutorial!
I found it incredibly easy and fun to follow. Time consuming, but fun. I made both of these bowls for superhooker for the Old Fashioned Random Swap. I made two different sizes, and different colors. Wow, typing these intros to posts is sure painful! Also excuse the photography... unfortunately my house is situated under a bunch of trees, which isn't great for photo lighting. Anyway, here are some finished pics:
Free 142 Rug Knitting Patterns. Knit A Nordic Wool Rug. A very exclusive rug made from super bulky 100% Norwegian yarn, spun from Old Norwegian short tail landrace wool and mohair.
It´s incredible soft and squishy to walk on, and we just love the look! YarnPickles Røslig2 nøster NeedlesLarge circular needles US 35 Gauge per 4"3 s / 6 rows Measurments36 x 53 " before blocking. Quatrefoil Design Floor Cloth. Pantone – the foremost authority on color has proclaimed Honeysuckle pink as its “2011 Color of the Year”.
Pink is hot right now, we are seeing a whole rich spectrum of it – everywhere and more than just one hue. Look at the March issue of House Beautiful magazine and you will be enlightened to the power of pink when it comes to decorating our homes this year. Seeing pink on the cover of decorating magazines as well as merchandise in stores like Target and Wal-Mart reminds me of a line from the movie Funny Face with Audrey Hepburn and Fred Astaire. Easy Floor Cloth From A Scrap Piece Of Vinyl Flooring. Fabric Flower Floor Cloth at Joann. Give Your Rug A Stunning Stencilled Makeover. There are patterned rugs.
And then there are customised patterned rugs in any colour or style you desire. Like the sound of the last one? It's easy enough to DIY - either give a new one your own stamp or revamp an old plain-coloured one. Either way you'll need some fabric paint, a few hours and some contact paper. I went with a diamond pattern because it's effective but simple enough to do. Supplies. Stenciled Burlap Mat. Hooked Sink Mat Rag Rug. Home » $5 and Under, cheap crafts, Decor, Headline, Tutorials 31 July 2013 68,718 views 18 Comments by summer.
How To Make A Rag Rug Tutorial. Happy Labor Day!
For a fun change of pace today, I have the cute girls from Everyday Art here to show us How to Make a Rag Rug tutorial. I love their super easy technique! This is definitely a great craft for fabric scraps. No Sew T-Shirt Shag Rug Tutorial. Here it is, finally!
My shag rug is complete. I love how it feels under my feet, and if it starts to look a little flat, I pick it up, shake it, and it fluffs right back up! Many Rug Making Tutorials. 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? DIY Rag Rugs & Mats.
Weave A Rug. Charismatic Mega Doily. Bigger is better, especially when it comes to doilies. After seeing theMegaDoily at Ladies and Gentlemen, I’m a firm believer that no doily can ever be too big, is there a world record for the world’s largest doily? I’d like to know! These ones shown here, may or may not hold the record, but the charm is not lost in the scale. Designed by Jean Lee, these are hand knotted with cotton rope, using vintage doily patterns they make pretty rugs, and idea so simple, I wonder how is it possible our grandmothers weren’t making these?
They certainly makes regular area rugs look painfully ordinary. Locker-Hooked Rug at Joann. Making Rugs With Old Toothbrushes. Story and photographs by Gina Jennings, Color photograph by Mary Schmalstig, Illustrations by Lisa Mestan Did you ever hear of anyone making a rug with a toothbrush? Maymee Campbell made some. So did several other women she knows about who learned how many years ago. How To´s - Toothbrush Rugs.