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The Art of Rug Making: Learning How to Make Rugs

The Art of Rug Making: Learning How to Make Rugs

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The Art of Rug Making: Learning How to Make Rugs

Longueur:
73 pages
17 minutes
Sortie:
Jan 29, 2016
ISBN:
9781311287441
Format:
Livre

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Table of Contents

Introduction
Tools Required
Latch Rug Hooking
Frames
--Precut wool
Locker Needle Hooking
Pile Rug
Making Rugs with Rug Guns
Punching needles and other tools
Rug Weaving
Rag Rugs with Recycled Scraps
--Using a Shaggy Rug Tool
Conclusion
Author Bio
Publisher

Introduction

I was just browsing through my own personal library, looking at all the vintage craft books, but I did not find a book with instructions on how to make rugs. I could make Victorian crochet doilies, knitted mittens, scarfs, some articles of clothing called fascinators, and even socks and knickerbockers, but what about rugs?

It is only later that I found out that according to the Victorians rug making was not considered to be a genteel occupation, which could be indulged in by the daughters and wives of gentlemen. These languishing ladies would sit in front of the embroidery frame, plying a needle, while dining of strawberries and cream, no doubt, while rug making was done by people of lower social strata.

Nevertheless, we are fortunate that we have stopped thinking of such idiotic considerations in order to make rugs. So this book is going to tell you all about the art of rug making, and you are going to let your creativity loose in making these amazingly beautiful items for your home.

Sortie:
Jan 29, 2016
ISBN:
9781311287441
Format:
Livre

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Table of Contents

Introduction

Tools Required

Latch Rug Hooking

Frames

--Precut wool

Locker Needle Hooking

Pile Rug

Making Rugs with Rug Guns

Punching needles and other tools

Rug Weaving

Rag Rugs with Recycled Scraps

--Using a Shaggy Rug Tool

Conclusion

Author Bio

Publisher

Introduction

I was just browsing through my own personal library, looking at all the vintage craft books, but I did not find a book with instructions on how to make rugs. I could make Victorian crochet doilies, knitted mittens, scarfs, some articles of clothing called fascinators, and even socks and knickerbockers, but what about rugs?

It is only later that I found out that according to the Victorians rug making was not considered to be a genteel occupation, which could be indulged in by the daughters and wives of gentlemen. These languishing ladies would sit in front of the embroidery frame, plying a needle, while dining of strawberries and cream, no doubt, while rug making was done by people of lower social strata.

Nevertheless, we are fortunate that we have stopped thinking of such idiotic considerations in order to make

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