Interesting in appearance, practical bedside rug is easy to make with some matching yarn and old jeans. The technique is extremely simple. Having mastered it, you can create various elements of interior decor: from napkins to wall panels.
Having made a petal template, cut out the required number of parts. You can get the job done faster by folding the fabric in half.
On a piece of fabric that will become the basis for the rug, mark a circle, and then lay out the petals in a circle and fix them with a glue gun. The petals should overlap one another slightly. We start the last petal under the first one so as not to disturb the drawing. For convenience, we cut off the excess fabric.
Additionally, we fix each petal. To do this, having made an indent from the edge, we embroider a regular chain around the perimeter of the petals. We start the embroidery from the center and finish at the junction with the adjacent petal.
After all the petals are edged, cut the fabric along the outer contour of the resulting flower.
We wind the threads on wide cardboard in 15-20 layers. Then carefully remove the winding.
Moving on to the formation of small pompons. Having made a finger indent from the edge, we tightly tie the winding removed from the cardboard.
Then we make interceptions at equal distances. The yarn now looks like a pea braid.
We cut the braid in the center of the peas and get pompons, which you just have to fluff.
The last step is to create the core. Glue the pom-poms in a circle close to one another. Direction of work: from the base of the petals to the center.
More details regarding the manufacture of the rug in the video below: