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Rag Rug Workshop DVD & More Rag Rugs Book

£7.50£14.50

Jenni Stuart-Anderson has been making rag rugs and teaching this traditional skill since 1987. Follow Jenni?s expert tips and ideas in this book and DVD bundle, with ten rag rug projects to make in the book and join in the Rag Rug workshop in the DVD.

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Jenni Stuart-Anderson has been making rag rugs and teaching this traditional skill since 1987. Jenni?s first book, Rag Rug Making continues to be a best seller and this book follows on from that success.

£8.50

Historically, rag rug making was simply an easy and cheap way of re-using worn out clothes to
provide a little comfort and warmth in the homes of most poor people. It could so easily have died
out completely, but now rag rugs are seen both as an environmentally friendly form of recycling,
and as an art form in themselves. Jenni Stuart-Anderson has been studying and making rag rugs
for over 25 years, and regularly holds workshops where she passes on the skills and craft of rag
rug making to many others.

£7.50

Jenni Stuart-Anderson has been making rag rugs and teaching this traditional skill since 1987. Follow Jenni?s expert tips and ideas in this book and DVD bundle, with ten rag rug projects to make in the book and join in the Rag Rug workshop in the DVD.

£14.50
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Rag Rug Workshop DVD
In this fascinating DVD, we join Jenni at one of her workshops. The basic techniques are so simple that little time is spent explaining them. More important are the hints, tips and experience she is able to pass on, as well as the very real enjoyment to be had from sitting with a group of friends and chatting whilst exchanging ideas and knowledge – just as our ancestors once did. Running Time: 55 minutes

More Rag Rugs & Recycled Textile Projects.
This book includes ten inspiring, new step-by-step projects including four by guest designer/makers. As well as rag rugs, the projects include jewellery, a wall-hanging, a customised bag, plus a rug woven on a peg loom, with enough information to make a peg loom – for a fast, simple way of weaving. They all use recycled textiles and some use scrap yarns too.

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