How To Make The Easiest Braided T-Shirt Rug

We’ve found the perfect use for your Tees. Repurpose them into a fabulous T-Shirt Braided Rug. You are guaranteed to love these super easy ideas. Check them all out now.
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Don’t throw out those old T-Shirts, turn them into this bright and colorful Crochet Rag Rug. It’s easy to make when you know how and it’s a great way to repurpose items that would otherwise take up room or be tossed out.

You could also use outgrown baby clothes to make a real keepsake for the kid’s clothes. The possibilities are endless and you are going to love the thickly textured braid effect! It’s a great all ages project.

How To Make A Crochet T-Shirt Rug Video

We have included an excellent video tutorial that shows you how to make your own gorgeous circular rug. You are going to be thrilled when you find out how easy it is. Click Play to view now ^

T-Shirt Braided Rug via Cuada design (Blog Since Removed)

Frequently Asked Questions

Here’s some frequently asked questions and the Bloggers response:

How many Tees did I use?

I used mostly old kids clothes, and I’ve just counted about 44, but if you used adults tee’s I’d imagine 20 would be enough. It measures just over a metre in Diameter ( or about 40 inches)

“How was the edge finished?”

I turned under the tail end of the last coil and stitched it in place. Then I used a very long strip of yellow jersey, about 1″ wide, and a crochet hook, to do a border of single crochet stitch.” (via Cuada)

T-Shirt Braided Rug via My Poppet

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T-Shirt Braided Rug via Instructables

T-Shirt Braided Rug via Patrones

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