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There was a lot of chatter about this simple thing, which is awesome. Sometimes happy accidents give the best results.
Following the flow.
Use cotton clothesline rope found HERE.
Scraps from the scrap bin.
Sew with a wide zig zag stitch.
To get the desired result on the back, fold the fabric around the rope like a hot dog bun on a hot dog, and let the tails stay flat while you keep sewing around and around. The tails eventually become sewn as well, and give more pOp to the rug on this side.
Watch the quick video here to visualize it.
Download the one page photo instruction sheet HERE.
One skein of rope will make a 37" circle, which is a smallish rug. You may want to use 2 skeins. Do what makes you happy, smaller "rugs" would make excellent trivets or place mats.