Every so often we need to actually make something with all those leftover string pieces of fabric. Well I've got a great little project that whips together in no time.
It's super easy, super quick and the results are so darn cute. A clothesline fabric wrapped rug with all your favorite prints.
You can make it as big or small as you like. My plan was to use up the 3 bundles of clothesline. Not quite there...
Finally! The end of the rope at about 25 inches.
Oh this is just too darn cute to be on the floor. The little bowl you see below was made from a nylon rope purchased in the hardware section of the Everything's a Dollar store. Around here it's called the Dollar Tree. I'm sure there's something similar to it in your neck of the woods.
If you'd like to make one of these super cutie rugs you can find a great tutorial over at Vintage Ricrac
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I am glad you had so much fun making one - I am quite addicted now !(and thankyou for the share)ReplyDelete
yes this is a good way to use up narrow stripsReplyDelete
Boy this looks like fun! I just might have to buy some clothesline the next time I'm at the hardware store. Yours would make great placemats!ReplyDelete
A great idea for scraps - I can just see one of these on the table - thanks for the idea - now to find some clotheslines :)ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing the rug post and tutorial link. I will have to make one as soon as I can get some string!!!ReplyDelete
You made my day!!! I so want to try this!ReplyDelete
I have been wanting to make one of these. Thanks fir the link to the tutorial and for sharing with Oh Scrap!ReplyDelete
So cute for a desktop! I've also had this on the bucket list for some time. How long did it take to make?ReplyDelete
Very cute! A great way to use those strips. Thanks for the link to the tutorial.ReplyDelete