Remember the rag rug ? Well it is still slowly growing.
Occasionally when the brain is too tired for anything else, the rug gets dragged out and I do a round or two
Most of the time it lives happily in the sewing room, gathering dust bunnies and threads .
I am still inexplicable in love with it. Emma from Ballarat Patchwork came up with a brilliant idea, and now I use these plastic kids needles instead of safety pins, it makes it much faster.
I want about another 10 inches on this one before I can call it done – and then I will start another.
I didn’t ask permission to steal photos so I will just link and suggest you go over and check out Claire’s Toothbrush rug and Bec’s rug that became a cupcake cushion. have you made a rag rug? Stick it in the comments so I can check it out.
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