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I haven’t really paid much attention to our rugs. For me, as long as they serve their purpose, I’m good. If ever an old rug needs to be replaced, I go to the nearest store and buy the same kind. After all, they’re all the same, I thought.
But, boy, was I wrong.
When my daughter had a recycling project in school, I was pleasantly surprised. She shared with me that one of her classmates was able to convert an unused water-hose into a rug. I can’t imagine it at first, but she showed me this DIY tutorial about making one. I decided to give it a try.
In all fairness, it’s actually good project. It benefits me greatly since 1.) we do not have to buy new rugs now and then, and 2.) we have a number of broken hoses at home. Perfect.
- Old hoses (about 2-3)
- Cable ties
- Flush cutter or scissors
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Gather up those old garden hoses and start turning them into rugs! Watch the video below and learn how…