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Up- cycle a denim scatter rug

Sunday, January 23, 2011

Up- cycle a denim scatter rug

Saw this post while cruising the net

So far I have saved 2 pairs of jeans from the land fill..

3 pant legs were cut up, seam remover, pieced together, and are being used as the bottom of my rug.

The rest will be used as 2 x 3 squares see how many days it will take me.?

Little hint i used a drywall square to make my lines.. It makes a good ruler lol!!

Well were on day 3, I only work a couple of hours a day.. And another pair of pants is getting recycled. 

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1 ich lines to keep it straight


side shot of the refinished desk woohoo


Jeans being saved from the garbage monster


Half way done!!


5 rows to go WOOHOOO


Thinks Kitkat is trying to steal my rug



Darling Cat
Sunday, February 06, 2011 | By begonia

What a tender kitty!

scatter rug?
Friday, September 30, 2011 | By CarolNoyesk

I think my apartment would look so nice with a few rugs in it. I have a tile cement kitchen floor and hardwood floor bedrooms.

image: scatter rug?

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Single mom of 3 boys, originally from Warren, Michigan. Learning daily about power tools, and frugal ways.

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