Rug Collection

Rugs, in either cotton or wool, need to be durable. Cotton repp and rag rugs are tightly woven and can be washed easily.  Wool rugs woven with thick rug wool can stand up to lots of foot traffic. And if you can't bring yourself to walk on a handwoven rug, you can always hang it on the wall.

Jennifer's rug on the loom
Jennifer's rug on the loom

Open repp rug woven with cotton rug warp and string cotton weft

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Jennifer's rug
Jennifer's rug

Open repp rug woven with cotton rug warp and string cotton weft

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Cotton rag rug
Cotton rag rug

Woven with strips of cotton cut from various household textiles

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Indigo dyed rag rug
Indigo dyed rag rug

indigo dyed strips cut from old bedsheets ready for weaving

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Detail - indigo dyed rag rug
Detail - indigo dyed rag rug

Twill rag rug rug woven with 5 shades of indigo dyed weft

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Indigo dyed cotton rag rug
Indigo dyed cotton rag rug

Twill rag rug rug woven with 5 shades of indigo dyed weft

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Cotton repp rug
Cotton repp rug

On the loom

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Cotton repp rug
Cotton repp rug
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Cotton repp rug
Cotton repp rug
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Denim rag rug
Denim rag rug

Rag rug woven with cotton rug warp and rags cut from various denim jeans

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Wool krokbragd rug
Wool krokbragd rug

Woven at Vavstuga Weaving School

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Wool krokbragd rug
Wool krokbragd rug
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