I sort of can't stop making them. This is a re-up from last summer when I tried crocheting rugs (well, *ahem*, one rug) from t-shirt yarn for the first time. But this time I was all, hooowwww aabboouutttt BBBIIIGGEEERRRRR.
So I made this:
So it could do this:
Which was good. What did it take? This:
It will be the size of the mondo living room rug I bought in the outdoor department of Target which I love but whose edges CONTSTANTLY curl up in a way that make me, well, pissy. So I will conquer my living room world by crocheting the STOOTKA out of 30 gazillion old sheets. Just wait and see.
Always good to have a goal.
Just in case you want to do any of this: T-shirt yarn tutorial; Super helpful basic crochet video from some lady like me who just turned on her camera and started explaining; The basics of blocking--I did this minus the pins + 70 gajillion books. Also--I used old tshirts for the first one, but am using a strange combo of stuff for the pink one. And yes, there's polyester in it. Obviously.