InstructionsCut the hemmed edges from the linens, using a rotary cutter slice the sheets into 1 inch strips. Sew the strips end to end and roll them into a ball, like you would yarn. Using a large crochet hook, chain about 50, Turn and continue crocheting single crochet stitches the length of the original chain. At the ends increase several times around the end enough to make sure your pieces is going to ...
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Type of item: Functional
Old linens, sheets, pillowcases.
What was your inspiration?
We live in a log house during our summers. I wanted rugs for next to our beds that would complement the log house style. I came upon an old assortment of linens that were just to good to throw away and not nice enough to use on beds. Perfect for recycling.
What are you most proud of?
I'm so happy that I could repurpose still usable material and have something that was needed. Even our dogs love them
What advice would you give someone starting this project?
If you're not good at making your own instructions check out a few books from the library or go to the internet for more help.