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Thread: Chenille Rugs

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    Junior Member DebbieLynn's Avatar
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    I have found these rugs are so much fun to make!!

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    Love it, do you have to use a slip resistant bottom? How many layers did you use? Very pretty, will add to my every increasing list.

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    Nice! I like the color combination!

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    how big is it.

    How many layers of fabric did you use.

    I like the colors in it.

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    Very Pretty, Love them Great Idea!! Thanks for sharing!! :thumbup: :thumbup: ;-) :P :-D

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    luv the colors..nice..

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    wow, very pretty!

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    I do use the slip resistant bottom that I buy at Wal Marton tile floors, these work great on carpet.
    I used 6 layers, several were the cheaper Wal mart fabrics just to blend in.
    These were lots of fun to make, I have several laid out to complete. They make great gifts!
    Thanks for the compliments!!

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    Junior Member DebbieLynn's Avatar
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    I do use the slip resistant bottom that I buy at Wal Marton tile floors, these work great on carpet.
    I used 6 layers, several were the cheaper Wal mart fabrics just to blend in.
    These were lots of fun to make, I have several laid out to complete. They make great gifts!
    Thanks for the compliments!!

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    does it need to be flannel?

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