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I love the combination with the bright turquoise, reminds me of a lily pad somehow. It takes me about 24 hours to make this 2’x3’ rug. It is made of 100% wool and is laced with cotton lacing cord. The price for this beauty is $145.\u003c\/span\u003e\u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003e\u003cspan style=\"font-weight: 400;\"\u003eEach braided rug I make is a treasure to me, a piece of art that I hope to share with the world. First I decide the size, and then I plot out my rows. I think in terms of light and dark, how will the rows stand out when the lights are out? Then the fun yet tedious process begins. I start ripping my wool in strips and sewing them together for my “t start”. Then I keep on going braiding, lacing and skipping till my creation is, almost complete. Then at least one last row of a continuous braid to fool the eye, and my chance to gloat is upon me. Come on, after all the hours I put in! \u003c\/span\u003e\u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003e\u003cspan style=\"font-weight: 400;\"\u003e\u003cbr\u003eCleaning these rugs is not that easy as they are wool and generally to heavy to go in the washing machine. I recommend keeping a nonslip pad under them allowing some of the dirt to pass through then vacuuming or using a stiff broom. That is all I do with the occasional wet wash cloth for a spot or two. They do get dirty but they hide it well.\u003c\/span\u003e\u003c\/p\u003e"}

Handmade Braided Wool Rug

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This rug has hand dyed wool as its star performer. I love the combination with the bright turquoise, reminds me of a lily pad somehow. It takes me about 24 hours to make this 2’x3’ rug. It is made of 100% wool and is laced with cotton lacing cord. The price for this beauty is $145.

Each braided rug I make is a treasure to me, a piece of art that I hope to share with the world. First I decide the size, and then I plot out my rows. I think in terms of light and dark, how will the rows stand out when the lights are out? Then the fun yet tedious process begins. I start ripping my wool in strips and sewing them together for my “t start”. Then I keep on going braiding, lacing and skipping till my creation is, almost complete. Then at least one last row of a continuous braid to fool the eye, and my chance to gloat is upon me. Come on, after all the hours I put in!


Cleaning these rugs is not that easy as they are wool and generally to heavy to go in the washing machine. I recommend keeping a nonslip pad under them allowing some of the dirt to pass through then vacuuming or using a stiff broom. That is all I do with the occasional wet wash cloth for a spot or two. They do get dirty but they hide it well.

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