Published at Thursday, October 04th 2018. by Imelda Zamora in Area Rugs.
Now this rug is about, I think it's four or five pairs of jeans that have been stripped up. You can see how I use the different colors to give it a nice, a really nice look now as you're working and coming around. You want to make sure that you check to make sure the rug is lying flat.
If you pull the the end, the edge braid too tight, you can end up with sort of a cone shape like this, so you don't want to be pulling that outside braid, too tight and throughout making the the rug you want to just test it and lay It down and flatten it out now when you, when it's all finished and you're using it, it will also flatten out more with use and to end it. You see, I have my three strips.
You can continue making your rug larger just by adding on more pieces, as I said and continuing around, or we can end it here to end it even if you've been using the the hemp toward you'll need to sew it to finish it off. Okay, so we have our needle and thread and first I'm going to remove my pin that was holding my my three sections where I was working on the coiling and I'm I'm taking the needle up through the back of the three pieces, and you just need a Few stitches in and out to secure that it's very, very thick going through the three thicknesses.
So I'm going to need a little bit of help and pull that tight knot it off and then you are going to to secure the end. We're going to trim off these pieces here and we want to the end of the braid in and then just secure that with a needle and thread .
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