I grew up with rag rugging as a necessary skill for making a comfortable home. My Nan Emily regularly made rugs and mats with recycled fabrics - for most part they were functional rather than pretty and every scrap of available fabric was used - including old tights! I've dabbled with rug making on and off over the years and decided this spring to christen a new set of rag rugging tools and make up something useful and not too labour intensive - a progged seat cushion for my studio. First off, I marked my cushion pad size (plus an extra few centimetres) and a simple design onto a piece of hessian.
website of rag rugger Jenni Stewart-Anderson You can use all kinds of fabrics including old t-shirts and blankets. I recommend fabrics that don't fray too much and where you like both the front and the reverse.