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Forum HABITATS AND TOYS Rag Rugs!

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    • Alicia Conklin
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      I forget what post it was but I’m pretty sure it was in here that I mentioned rag rugs and wondering if Tucker would like it.  Well…I tried it today and she absolutely loves it.  She’s been lounging on it, chinning it, nibbling on it..kind of the way that she grooms her stuffies…she just really seems to love it.  I wouldn’t say it’s really a TOY but it does seem to really interest her so I thought I’d post what they are.

       

      http://crochet.about.com/library/weekly/aa092599.htm  This site has some instructions on how to do it.  Mine is a round one which I think is probably the easiest.  And it isn’t perfect by any means which is why I never used it as a rug..it kind of ripples beacuse I didn’t up the stitches evenly I guess..but Tucker seems to love the ridges even more because they’re something to explore and stick her head under or to step on to feel them go down and make a new ripple next to them.  And they’re definitely quick, easy and cheap.  Any kind of fabric can be used.  Mine is made out of old sheets, I think I’m going to make a few more..one out of fleece and one out of terry towels so that she has some different textures to explore   I’ll have to post a picture of her with hers later.


    • Beka27
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      i don’t think i’d be able to do that, but very cool! that’s awesome that she likes it!


    • Balefulregards
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      You know that is an EXCELLENT idea – Coco LOVES my braided wool, but I stop her from chewing on it as it took me AGES to make – But this pattern looks a bit faster and less “precise”.


    • MooBunnay
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      Here is a very interesting article on how to turn newspaper into “yarn” – and then you could crochet all kinds of stuff out of it: http://greenupgrader.com/2138/handspun-recycled-newspaper-yarn/


    • Alicia Conklin
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      Wow how cool! Tucker would love that.  I might try that and see if I can make something for her for Christmas hehe


    • MooBunnay
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      Just have to watch the flammability of those things! Don’t put one in front of the fireplace or too close to the Christmas tree!

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Forum HABITATS AND TOYS Rag Rugs!