DIY Woven Rug with Cardboard and Fork

This is a very useful way to weave rugs at lowest cost, you can use yarn, cord, rope, or fabric scraps (Old T-shirts) to make rug or mat, but thin yarn or thread is suggested for basic shaft onto the cardboard. It is an interesting and fun handmade craft in industrial age, and great to keep it down, we can creative different patterns in combined colors, or add thick materials inside to make it soft and fluffy.

Materials:

  • Cardboard
  • Yarn or other strings, cords, stripes
  • Scissors

How to Weave Rug with Cardboard and ForkTo make this rug first you need to mark a line on one fringe of cardboard. Do the identical to the opposite edge. After that make cuts on each the edges and take care that each reduce must be in keeping with the reduce on the opposite finish.How to Weave Rug with Cardboard and ForkPut one finish of the yarn within the first minimize and stretch it to the primary reduce on the different finish. On this approach cowl entire of the cardboard. Now begin weaving by threading an enormous needle with yarn.How to Weave Rug with Cardboard and ForkWhen you end each string of weaving you need to use a fork to convey it to put and tighten. End the rug and you may change colours too whereas weaving.How to Weave Rug with Cardboard and ForkHow to Weave Rug with Cardboard and ForkHow to Weave Rug with Cardboard and ForkHow to Weave Rug with Cardboard and Fork

You can cut the cardboard in circle and weave using this technique, too. Here is a similar tutorial using hula hoop (You can cut the cardboard in circle instead). Having fun there.