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Amazing Technicolor T-Shirt Yarn Rug

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T-shirt yarn rug

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Category Crocheting
Type Home Decor
Yarn Weight Super Bulky, Bulky (12 ply)
Style Eco-Friendly, Mod, Whimsical
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What was your source for this crocheting project? Online Photo or Website
Name of website or photo Amazing Technicolor T-Shirt Yarn Rug
Tell us more about what inspired you. Color - I like vibrant color.

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What hooks or other tools did you use? US N-15/10.00mm

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What materials did you use? T-shirt yarn (cut 1-inch wide) various colors Crochet hook US P15 / 10.00 mm Scissors

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Have fun. This is a happy project!

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THANK YOU FOR THE PATTERN

06/22/2015 Flag

You're welcome.

06/27/2015 Flag

Hi, would love a tutorial on this. have a hard time reading patterns. thank you.

03/10/2016 Flag

Hi, if you already posted this somewhere and I missed it, I apologize, but could you tell me about how much 'yarn' you needed for this? I'd like to make one about twice this size. Thank you!

03/17/2016 Flag

Hi! I'm going to suggest a video that shows how to crochet a circle using single crochet stitches. The rug I made is all done in single crochet. Adjust your hook to the weight of your yarn. See what I suggested for t-shirt yarn in my instructions. Take a look at this video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qPnXOXgl-9Y You'll keep adding rounds until you have a circle the size you want. Use the video and my instructions. It should be pretty easy to figure out. I have learned many crochet stitches and projects by finding videos on YouTube. There are many videos that show how to crochet circles and add rounds. Good luck!

03/28/2016 Flag

The best I can tell you is that I used about 10-12 men's extra large t-shirts to make the yarn. I asked all the men in my family (they're all men over 6 feet in height) to donate their old t-shirts to my cause.

03/28/2016 Flag