Rug Flipping at Evanston Store – More Large Rugs

October 31, 2010 by
Filed under: Large Rugs 


Oscar Isberian personnel are always available to show potential customers our vast inventory of Rugs.

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Recycle your favorite t-shirts. T-shirt rugs are a very satisfying first project-they work up quickly, look neat, and are machine washable. You can use them as rugs, placemats, dog bed liners, even sew two together and make a pillow case. This is in instructional video focusing mainly on making the yarn, since the pattern is pretty well. The pattern is as follows-cast on 38-50 stitches depending on desired width anddd knit all of them. This is called garter stitch, and it is very simple. If you cannot knit, do a search on how to knit videos. I would love to show you, but I can’t get my camera to focus that well. Supplies needed: 1 pair of fabric scissors, size US 19 (15mm) circular knitting needles, 10-25 t-shirts depending on the size and how large your rug is going to be. Remember, make sure they are beyond being donated! Distorted a bit with the upload, sorry.

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9 Comments on Rug Flipping at Evanston Store – More Large Rugs

  1. olddemography31 on Sun, 31st Oct 2010 6:40 am

    🙂 FYI Just found a great easy pattern at ebeginnersknitting (.) com

  2. charmcast1 on Sun, 31st Oct 2010 6:54 am

    just seen a bag made like this, using bright colours and nice buttons !!! will make one when i have time .

  3. 1pirate4barbie on Sun, 31st Oct 2010 7:47 am

    I love your video, especially with the music added! Very upbeat and informative. Thanks!!!

  4. thezooropa on Sun, 31st Oct 2010 7:48 am

    cool music, nice project

  5. thegoodfaery on Sun, 31st Oct 2010 7:54 am

    Great and helpful video. Totally annoying background music. I had to mute it, as it made it impossible to concentrate

  6. hotdaviddotcom on Sun, 31st Oct 2010 8:15 am

    Wow I never thought about knitting t-shirts before. I wonder if I cut the strips a little thinner if this would be a good material to make summer caps out of……….. hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

  7. TragicToni on Sun, 31st Oct 2010 8:50 am

    Thanks! I am on ravelry, but I haven’t figured a lot of it out yet.

  8. Corene777 on Sun, 31st Oct 2010 9:02 am

    I linked ur video on Ravelry. This was great for quick and easy projects.

  9. ivory142 on Sun, 31st Oct 2010 9:10 am

    Oh yeah, and it’s easily washable, since it’s t-shirt material anyways.

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