Twined Rag Rugs: Tradition in the Making

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Krause Publications, 2000 - Crafts & Hobbies - 128 pages
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Rug twining is so simple it can be done by all ages and skill levels, and is especially beneficial for seniors or anyone who wants to increase manual dexterity. The materials are practically free (fabric scraps) and the results are durable, heirloom quality floor coverings. Step-by-step instructions for nine samplers and ten full-size rugs are included.

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Twining, usually worked on some type of frame or on a loom, is a type of weaving that involves twisting weft strands around warp (vertical) strands to make a strong and decorative fabric. Twining done ... Read full review

Contents

Equipment Materials
11
Countered Tapestry Twining
59
Oval Twining
76
Copyright

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About the author (2000)

Irwin has lectured and taught classes about twined rag rugs since 1985.

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