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Rug T-Yarn Scraps Fabric Photo Tutorial PDF Made with T-YARN, stretch fabric scraps or reusing old t-shirts, learn this simply technique to obtain this cozy rug. Easy to make, attractive and washable in the machine, home decor useful any shape or size rug. This PDF tutorial comes with: - Text instructions in English. - 24 pages with step by step photo tutorial. Materials: -Tarn know also as T-Yarn, T-Shirt Yarn, Tee shirt Yarn, Recycle Yarn, Craft Cord, any WPI. Also you can reuse old stretch garments, or similar kind of fabric scraps. - A kind of material to make the base (some option to choose from given on the tutorial) ................................................................................................ (c)Sol Maldonado 2011 DO NOT COPY, reproduce, distribute this pattern/idea/design/tutorial. Welcome to sell finished item while you add a link to this pattern and give me the credits for my design in you item description. Thank you! IMPORTANT!!In case you wanna publish in your blog, facebook or other online site you must link to this pattern without exception.

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Designing patterns is my life passion... make understandable tutorials, by clear instructions and high quality photos is my dreamed job! I work at home (Argentina) designing, making step by step photos and editing PDF files, but, when I travel I also work!!! I love to crochet or knit at beautiful and paradise places as: mountains, beaches and falls..this inspires me, feed me, and recharge my energy.To maintain this non-stop worker life, I also take pictures of the finished items in my trips, so each day I love more my work and I have plenty of joy along all the process. I learned most of "how to" make patterns at an Argentine Crafts Publisher, where I worked for 8 years making Crafts Magazines, which make my items serious professional patterns & tutorials e-books.