Rag balls can be just decorative (ex. for your Christmas tree) or practical – turning old clothes into “rag Yarn” that can be used to crochet, for example, rag rugs.
Rag ball, made from old clothing, vintage 1930s, used to make a rag rug…
Tutorial: Rag Knitting + Make Cottage-Style Rag Balls From Up-Cycled Sheets (And Then Use Them!) + Knitting with fabric + Knitting a Rag Nest: A sort of Tutorial.
Rag rugs: Rag Rug Tutorial + My favourite type of matting + Rag Rug + Braided rag rug foto + About Rag Rugs + Spotlight on rag rugs + Rag rugs, mats & carpets.
Rugs of a different Era
Toothbrush rugs: recyled that old toothbrush by turning it into a rug hook + How To Make A Rag Rug (Toothbrush Rug) + Toothbrush Rug Making + Toothbrush Rug with foto indicating how toothbrush becomes rug needle + MAKING RUGS WITH OLD TOOTHBRUSHES.
Toothbrush hook at Toothbrush Rug revisited
Crochet Hook Construction Trial 1: Plastic Toothbrush + Clover Reflections + So Sparkly Crochet Hooks with Twinkie Chan!
You can also recycle your toothbrush by turning it into a bracelet.
Rag balls for juggling.
“No-join” method of cutting fabric strips for rag balss + Real rag balls and what to do with them + How To Tie Rag Strips With Neat Knots + A tutorial of sorts: Rag Balls + Rag Ball Tutorial + Rag Ball Wreath Tutorial + What is the story behind the Ball Project logo?
Petit devient grand, rag rugs sewn together.
Upcycled Home Decor.
Showcase of productive creativity here! I like to try the bracelet… nice work, keep it up 🙂