DIY Coiled Jute Rug


DIY Coiled Jute RugYou too can DIY your own coiled jute rug in a weekend! Now don’t talk yourself out of it, you will be so proud of your underfoot friend you will walk around it just to keep it clean and new.

What you’ll need:

  • 50ft of sisal rope – available from Bunnings for $9.95 a bundle
  • Hot glue gun
  • Spare glue refill sticks
  • 1/2 m rubber backing – available from Bunnings
  • Scissors
  • Gloves (hot glue burns are not pretty)

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With your rubber backing laid out, your rope unraveled and your hot glue gun charged and ready… take a breath and start glueing down some rope!

Step 1: Start by glueing the rope onto itself to form a little coil.

Step 2: Place the small coil you have made in the middle of your rubber backing mat.

Step 3: Start glueing further rope around the edges creating a bigger coil.

Step 4: When you reach the end of your rope cut the end on an angle and glue the tip slightly tucked under the coil.

Step 5: Continue step 3-4 until you are happy with the size of your mat.

Step 6: Cut away the rubber backing with scissors.

Step 7: Make smaller coils like you did in step 1, and glue these to the outer edge of the mat. I recommend sewing these on to secure.



For more inspirational pictures and jute rug designs check out our Pinterest board.


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