Many years ago I accompanied my mother to a farm auction. Amongst the sale items, I was captivated by a couple of colorful rag yarn balls. You can use any kind of fabric for this, even t-shirts or bedsheets. For really big knitting on 35 needles, cut them 3" apart across the bottom.
Old clothing that is too worn out to donate is the perfect material for making rag rugs. If you are looking for DIY rag rug making ideas, look no further. Here are 7 ways to make a rag rug that can be used with both jersey or woven fabric. Weaving, braiding, knotting and crochet are some of the ways to make a no sew rag rug.
Upcycle plastic bags into plastic yarn perfect for crafting. I started this blog simply due to the fact that I find horrible Christmas sweaters to be one of the greatest Holiday treats in existence Have you ever wanted to make your own rag rug? Use this tutorial to learn how to make one or many using the Amish knot technique! These unique rugs last a lifetime!
Soft totes for grocery bags, zipper totes for flying, and sturdy totes for library trips, picnics… almost everything else! Like this rug rag tote. All the edges are finished, so most of the work is done for you.