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  • Instant Power

    DIY Rug. Simple but super time consuming! These rugs are becoming an increasingly popular newborn photography prop. Here's how to make one yourself. Scrap fabric strips (approx. 2.5x12.5cm) weaved into a non-skid rug mat.

  • Vikki Hudgens

    Great way to use up fabric scraps! And we always love projects that are kind of easy and mindless:) Easy rag rug tutorial! by craftaholicsanonymous: Perfect use for scrap fabric! #DIY #Rag_Rug #craftaholicsanonymous

  • Amber Nicholson

    Handmade rag rug tutorial! Perfect use for scrap fabric! What a cute idea for the girls rooms.

  • Jilly E

    DIY fabric scrap rug

  • Fleur de Licious

    Handmade rag rug tutorial - Perfect use for scrap fabric! Nice for kid room.

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