Braided T-shirt Rug

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April 20, 2015 by mamie

Tshirt Rug

 

It has been a pretty long time since I have posted a whole lot, and that is because college life has been very busy but very, very wonderful. I have to say that, in my opinion, it is 100 x better than high school.

Anyway, getting back to the point, over the summer, I was motivated by projects on Pinterest and kept myself pretty busy with lots of little crafts for my dorm room. All in all, my biggest project was a braided t-shirt rug. Who would buy an expensive rug for sometimes one hundred dollars or more when there are so many cute ideas for DIY projects? Plus, it was the perfect way to recycle tons of old t-shirts. Instructions are fairly simple, and based on what you want, you can make it either circular or more oval-like and as big or small. Whenever I’m in my dorm, glancing at my colorful rug always puts me in a happy mood.

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2 thoughts on “Braided T-shirt Rug

  1. Mary says:

    Now this is very cool Mamie! Love the design and uniqueness of the rug – the colors are great! Nice to see you ~

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