I managed to get a little work done in my weaving "studio" (that would be the living room that we never use so I took it over:) Here is a picture one end of the room where I try to keep the majority of my "stuff".
If you see the "rag balls" in that first picture you will see the "rags" that I create to weave into rugs. These may be denim jeans, sweaters, t-shirts, sweatshirts, or old sheets. I have been known to pick up a yardage of fabric at garage sale and cut it into strips. All this has to be laundered prior to cutting or ripping into strips, then the strips are sewn together with the seams trimmed, then rolled into balls.
So you can see it may take me from 1 to 2 hours to WEAVE a rug but the prep time may run into days, with actual hours not possible to count accurately.
As with all fiber arts, it is a thing you love to do and you don't count the amount of time involved.
As I said before it is all a labor of love.
That can not be measured or priced.