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  • Ann Robson

    NEW CRAFT PROJECT! t-shirt shag rug tutorial- I'm in the process of making a tshirt rug already, using a hula hoop as a loom. But can one have too many tshirt rugs? Really? :)

  • Kezia Burleson

    T Shirt rug. SO making this for my kitchen!! I love T Shirt crafts I gotta try this!!! :)

  • Nancy Rich

    tshirt rug! #DIY #rug

  • Lizz Bishop

    I love tee shirt crafts. :D

  • Andrea Graham

    Rag Rug made entirely from t-shirt scraps. Neat for old shirts - or even just the scraps leftover from using your shirts for another craft.

  • Le Ann Price

    Tee shirt rag rug

  • Shana Grooms

    Won't take long cause Jim is a tee shirt killer. T-shirt shag rug tutorial - easy!

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