A rug that can be knotted or woven from offcuts, spare lengths of fabric or from old curtains, garments, bedcovers, tablecloths, etc. These pieces can be woven through, or knotted into an open, large holed jute or hemp rug canvas. For weaving, the fabric strips usually run in one direction–i.e. [e.g] along the weft, which is enough to make a good thick rug; but it’s also possible to make a really chunky rug or mat using fabrics strips as both warp and weft, either using the canvas backing or from scratch.

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