Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Recycled wool patterns week - Dulces Creations

You know how expensive wool rugs can be, and it's hard to find a cool looking rug made from recycled materials that doesn't cost a fortune (after all... they have to get paid for their time). You can make this super cool rug yourself from recycled wool using this pattern! According to the description you can actually make these rugs while watching tv! Make a conversation piece for your home, while watching reruns of Little House on the Prairie when your kids are napping... how cool is that? :) You can find the e-pattern for a bargain price in Etsy shop Dulces Creations.


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