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    Default My finished rug

    It's called a toothbrush rug-made with 2.5inch strips of cotton and the tool used looks like a tootbrush handle-I worked on it for a year and had to frog once.
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    That's so neat!
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    Wow! You have WAY more patience than me! Beautiful!
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    Beautiful! I would love to make something like that!

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    That is beautiful, and so cool! So I couldn't tell by the picture, I take it the rug is not braided?
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    ~Oh it's so pretty! I really like the colors you used.~

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    I love it! I love those kinds of rugs and yours is perfect!
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    It's beautiful. I made one years ago, but didn't use the "toothbrush" (have it, just didn't use it), I used a large crochet hook. They hold up for like forever. Mine is in our entryway and stomped on day in and day out. It still looks great. Did you get the kit from the ruglady? http://www.ruglady.net She's so sweet.

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    It wasn't the rug lady pattern though I do have hers I want to try that next.This was Aunt Philly's Toothbrush Rugs.It is like doing an upside down buttonhole stitch through the bottom loop.It's not hard at all you just have to get the tension right-mine was too tight for the first 10 rows and it was all twisted that's when I had to frog-then I had to ~relax!!! and be loose

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    That is beautiful! I love the colors in it. I see a possible winter project looming in my head now.

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    that is way cool. good job

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    cool rug! Love the colors. You did a beautiful job!

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    Very nice . I made a couple with the big hook one time a long time ago.....I wonder where that thing is....hhhhmmmmmmmmm......

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    Beautiful !! I am so inspired by some of the things I'm seeing on the Needle Arts forum today!
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    Really nice!! I'd love to have some rugs like that. Thanks for sharing!

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