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Recycled T-Shirt Crochet Rug

Transform your old t-shirts into t-shirt yarn and work up this Recycled T-Shirt Crochet Rug today. Create your own color combination based on the shirts you have lying around your house. Using recycled materials like t-shirts instead of yarn is a great way to save a little money, so the Recycled T-Shirt Crochet Rug would be a perfect crochet pattern to make on Earth Day, or any other day you want to reduce your carbon footprint. Because t-shirt fabric is so study, t-shirt yarn is a great yarn substitution for items like rugs that will get a lot of foot traffic.

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I literally have enough old tee shirts to fill several boxes and they are not being worn they are being saved because no one can bear to throw them out. I am definitely going to have to view one of the tutorials the learn how to transform these unused shirts into basically a lot of free yarn.

For years I have been saving all our old T-shirts in the hopes that I would be able to turn them into the perfect project and this may just be IT! I just love the soft feel of old T-shirt fabric and now that I have cut many of them into strips for this rug I can not wait to finish it so that I can indulge on the feeling of it on my feet, lol!

This is a genius upcycling idea! I bet you could pick up a bunch of colorful t-shirts at a thrift store to make this fun rug.

I love this pattern but I want to make mine rectangular. Can you give me directions? I am new to crocheting. I LOVE your site!!!!!

Love this one! I tried making a braided t-shirt rug which was sewn together but it became very hard to work with on the sewing machine. This one I can definitely handle.

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