Weaving contemporary rag rugs: new designs, traditional techniques

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Lark Books, 1998 - Crafts & Hobbies - 128 pages
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A combination how-to book for weaving rugs with fabric remnants, and a gallery of gorgeous contemporary rugs by some of today's best designers. This book brings rag rugs out of old country cabins and places them beside the best of contemporary crafts and decor. A delight for weavers and nonweavers alike.

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The humble rag rug has long been a mainstay of country crafters. Made of a weft of recycled clothing or other rags hand-woven through a thread warp, these rugs are washable and generally utilitarian ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
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Historical Perspective 1 0
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Preparing the Weft Warping Weaving 4 2
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