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Wayfair Rugs 8×10 Ideas

Wayfair rugs 8×10 – Keep getting used to your denim clothes long after they become unbearable by recycling them into a functional item for your home. Construct a jean shag rug with your old clothes and a large piece of denim from the fabric store. Place the carpet in front of your sink to keep your feet warm while you wash, or use the carpet as a piece of furniture in a nice children’s bedroom.

Awesome Wayfair Rugs 8x10

Awesome Wayfair Rugs 8×10

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Measure and cut a piece of denim fabric to support the wayfair rugs 8×10. Cut 2 inches longer and wider than the desired dimensions of the finished carpet. Fold all four edges on denim backing fabric 1/2 inch over against the outside of the fabric. Iron fold along all four edges. Fold each edge in another 1/2 inch, and iron these creases as well. Sew all four folded edges down with a 3/8 inch seam to form a hem. You need a denim piece for every square centimeter of carpet. If your support fabric is 10 by 20 inches after folding, you need 200 1-by-2-inch pieces of denim.

Place the wayfair rugs 8×10 backing on the work surface, right side up. Draw a horizontal line over the backing 1/2 inch down from the top edge with chalk. Continue drawing horizontal lines over backing at 1-inch intervals. Place strips of denim on top of the first horizontal line. Center the center of each strip across the line. Pull the strips into place when placing them on backing. Sew horizontally over the mat back up after chalk line so the seam runs through the center of the strips. Remove the pins when sewing the strips in place.

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