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Here are the top ten articles for the Rugmaking Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Latch Hook - Cutting Yarn
Cutting your own yarn is easy and will give you more choices for colors, lengths, yarn weights and fibers than purchasing pre-cut yarn. This article also explains how to calculate yarn requirements.
2. Toothbrush Rag Rugs
Learn how to make the basic knot
3. How to Hang a Rug
Some rugs are just too beautiful to walk on! Nine ways to display your work of art.
4. How To Make A Toothbrush Rug Needle
Instructions for making a toothbrush rug needle from a toothbrush.
5. No Sew Fabric Joins
Instructions for joining fabric strips - No sewing required!
6. Cleaning and Caring for Wool Rugs
Here are some tips for cleaning and caring for wool woven and braided rugs. Includes instructions for cleaning with snow!
7. Free Rug Patterns
Looking for free patterns or inspiration for your next project? Here’s a list of places to look online for free knit and crochet rug patterns.
8. Math tools for a braided rug
Let math help you calculate the fabric requirements for a braided rug.
9. Latch Hook - Joining Canvas
Latch hook rug canvas can be purchased in a variety of sizes. 3.75 Graph ‘N Latch Rug Canvas made by M.C.G. Textiles works well and can be found in most craft or sewing stores. Can’t find a canvas large enough? Two or more canvases can be joined together to get the size needed.
10. 3.75 Graph ‘N Latch Rug Canvas
3.75 Graph ‘N Latch Rug Canvas made by M.C.G. Textiles in Chino, CA is used to make latch hook, locker hooked and fleece prodded rugs.
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