I’m making a few rag rugs for the kitchen.
Rag weaving makes good use of old worn out sheets, old clothing and leftover fabric pieces from past sewing projects.
Compared to other types of weaving, rag weaving goes very fast.
The rug in the photo above is using up parts of an old red buffalo plaid flannel bathrobe; some grey linen from a skirt; some salvage strips from a pink quilt backing; and white sheets that are past all hope of repair. If I had wanted to get really snazzy I could have dyed the sheets before I tore them into strips.