What do you do when school is closed and you have an insatiable talent for up-cycling fabric into fabulous creations?
Well, if you’re Carla, you might find yourself making rugs (among many other things).
I up-cycled six old, tired t-shirts and some hole-y socks to make this lovely creation:
Would you like to take this rug home? It’s available for a donation (don’t tell me how much!!!) to Fort Collins Friends Meeting.
UPDATE! Now two rugs are available to a good home & donation to Fort Collin Friends Meeting. Here’s one featuring a tie-dye t-shirt:
And another with a modern style:
UPDATE May 24: Even more t-shirt rugs looking for a home
I am, at this moment caught up with all the old tired t-shirts. The t-shirts in these rugs, like most that I’ve used, were donated by Quakers. The Rainbow Restaurant t-shirts came from Sarah. My uniform shirts from 2001 when I started with PSD.
Oh, and while I’m thrilled to have finally have had the time to honor the gift of all these shirts… I really don’t want any more. My hands are ready to do something a little less strenuous then hook rugs!
This one is BOB (Bottom-of-the-Bag)
and this one is chocolate mint:
Email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will figure out the logistics if you’d like to take one of these rugs home.