DIY Woven Rug Tutorial


DIY Woven Rug Tutorial


DIY Woven Rug Tutorial
DIY Woven Rug Tutorial

Transform old sheets into something brand new and useful with this tutorial for how to make a woven rug. A great project for the kitchen or bathroom, this DIY Woven Rug Tutorial teaches you how to transform bed sheets into a soft and easy-to-make indoor rug that uses a simple braid technique.

If you've been wanting to update your home without spending a ton of money, then this easy upcycling project is perfect for you. A great no-sew project for teens and tweens, this DIY rug shows you how to weave your rug together, and is a fantastic way to update your home in an afternoon. Treat your kitchen to a stylish new rug with this free refashioning project.

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Time to CompleteIn an evening


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I love this! I could buy cheap sheets in the colors I want and make my own. It might even be a fun project to do with my granddaughter for her room. Have you tried washing the rug? Will it hold together when washed in a washing machine on a delicate cycle?

Why didn't I think of this? Now I can stop buying cheap rugs from Walmart and just make my own! Great idea!

I love any weaving project...I never thought of stripping and weaving old sheets together..this is something to try..

So cool! What a great idea to upcycle old bedsheets into a rug! Thrifty and chic!

My old bedsheets are painting cloths and garden frost covers, but maybe I can use other washable materials

If youve got a linen press full of old sheets that you really should get rid of - and if youve got some time on your hands - then this would be a great project. It all sounds a bit complicated at first - but then so do most things until you actually start working. Its important to decide on a design before you start so that you attain the lovely patterned look of the rug in the picture.

I've been looking for some budget-friendly ways to decorate my home, so I'm completely in love with this idea!

At first glance, I thought this was braided, but it is indeed woven by using a slotted cardboard form you make yourself. The instructions are very detailed and even a great way to loop slot pieces together. I think it would be very comfy on the feet and quite thick! I am wondering if it would slip a bit, but I think it is thick enough that it would be ok without backing or a under rug slip mat. Thank you for such good instructions!


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