Use Up Excess Fabric in a Charming Braided Rag Rug

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It’s Great for Large Scraps and Yardage!

Do you have a lot of fabric you’ll probably never use or too many large leftover pieces? This charming braided rug is a great way to make a big dent in your stash.

The rug is simple to make and great in any color theme. Plus, it can be made in any size (round or rectangular!).

Use Up Excess Fabric in a Charming Braided Rag Rug

Tear fabric strips, braid them and then sew them down to a fabric base. Easy, and something to work on a bit at a time.

Use Up Excess Fabric in a Charming Braided Rag Rug

Caroline Critchfield from Sew Can She explains how her rug was made in the following article.

Click here for the “My DIY braided rag rug… total stash buster!” article.

Caroline refers to an article by Merissa from Little House Living for a great way to combine strips. Learn more here.

A second article, by Pamela from When in Roam Life, explains how to attach the braids to a foundation fabric. Learn more here.


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