An Upcycled Life

Reduce+Reuse+Recycle into new useful awesomeness!

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This becomes an upcycle project when you use threadbare sheets, old shirts, or towels which aren’t terribly useful as towels anymore. =^.^= If you go with the towels, cut the strips a bit more narrow to make assembly easier. If the strips are less than an inch across and still too snug to push through with no tools, break out a crochet hook! (Or even a bobby pin)
No Sew Rag Rugs Rule!

This becomes an upcycle project when you use threadbare sheets, old shirts, or towels which aren’t terribly useful as towels anymore. =^.^= If you go with the towels, cut the strips a bit more narrow to make assembly easier. If the strips are less than an inch across and still too snug to push through with no tools, break out a crochet hook! (Or even a bobby pin)

No Sew Rag Rugs Rule!

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    This is how I made mine but I tied the two ends to hold them in place and it also makes the base firmer.
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