Rugs That Grandma Would Love
There’s a trend afoot: Rugs that celebrate the handmade are making a comeback. Like lovingly pieced patchwork quilts, traditionally crafted carpets bring nostalgia and comfort to uncertain times. Hand-hooked wool, raggy braids, and woven recycled textiles—rugs your grandma would love—add a party of saturated color, and the warmth of nubby texture to
It’s an Etsy shopping day today—enjoy our handcrafted rug finds from some talented
How about a rug for your wall, like this Woven Alpaca Wall Art from Alpaca Hill Dry Goods?
Savannah Sunshine’s rag creations — like her “Graffiti” and “Peanut Butter and Jelly” would snap anyone out of a bad mood. As would the carousel of color that J L Rutter braids into her rag rugs, “Confetti” and “Candy Stripe.”
Here’s a gorgeous patchwork of traditional designs, “Pennies, Diamonds and Stars” from A Primitive Rug Hooker.
After digging up these toasty treasures, my kitchen floor is feeling a bit cold and lonely.
What about yours?