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Weaving Patterns - Rugs

Hand woven rugs for the floor, or used as a wall hanging, made with rags, with wool roving, linen, cotton, wool yarns.

hemp wool rug

Yak and Karakul Rug
As part of her COE in Handspinning, Gwen Powell spun a thick yarn of yak and karakul and knotted a rug inspired by nautical knots.

Fleece Preparation
Ingrid provides instructions for preparing fleece to be woven into rugs.

Navajo Rug Weaver
This site explains the geometry of weaving Navajo rugs and includes online design software.

Rag Rug Instructions
Instructions for making rag rugs: 1885-1929.

Wagon Wheel Rugs
You can weave a circular rug using a bicycle tire or a hula hoop.

Wool Roving Rug
Warm up your toes on this easy-to-weave rug, made with wool roving as weft.

Paper Wall Hanging
Do you have left-over gift wrap? You can put it to creative use with this easy-to-weave wall hanging.

You Tube – Navajo Rug Weaving

EBay Watch – Wool Rug Yarn

 

Ebay Finds

3 Skeins 100% Wool Yarn Worsted Weight 3-Skein Lot Yarn - Current price: $15.00 - Auction

- Current price: $17.99

Sale New 1ballX50gr Fluffy Soft Mohair Lace Crochet Shawl Hand Knitting Yarn 09 - Current price: $4.99

50g 1 Ball Chunky Hand-woven Milk Cotton Knitting Scores Wool Yarn Modern SC - Current price: $1.96

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