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Weaving Contemporary Rag Rugs: New Designs,…
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Weaving Contemporary Rag Rugs: New Designs, Traditional Techniques

by Heather Allen

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Besides showing traditional rugs, this book presents a full array of contemporary approaches to rug weaving using block weaves, plaids, reversible designs, inlay motifs, tufted weaves, and dyed or printed surface design. Exciting.
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Introduces the basic wefting, warping, and weaving techniques involved in making rag rugs, with a discussion of tools and materials needed, and twelve projects with varying levels of complexity.

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