I had special guests Monday morning. . . .Norma (who found my blog back in the spring) and her husband drove down from Illinois to pick up a rag rug frame and to get personal instructions on how to weave with it.
She caught on quickly. . . .I knew she would. . . .
and I shared a few tricks of the trade with her. . . .
Look at those hands go. . . .
She's promised to share photos of her first rug with us. . . .As fast as she was weaving, that could be a matter of days!
Wouldn't you like to see Norma's rug?
She'll be checking this post. . . .so, leave a comment and encourage her. . . .
*Update: I forgot to tell all of you that the rug Norma's working on is actually mine. . .oops!!!
Norma will be making a different one!Sorry for the mix-up. . .but, thanks for all the compliments. . .
For more on the rag rugs, see:
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Oooh that looks great. I would love to make one of those and if I lived in the US I think I'd get one from you.
Ooo yes, I'd love to see the finished product!
Yes, please let us know, we want to see your finished rug!
What fun! And love the colors!
I always wondered how you make those. Thanks for the insights!
oh i want to make one now! i love the way norma's is looking!
My Mom loves rag rugs! Very nice that you can do it on a small loom. Kind of like the little pot holder looms we used to use as kids?
I would love to see the finished product. So please let us all see it.
How delightful...and, I can see Norma is a natural at weaving.
your blog is such a delight...I am so happy to have found you, my new blogging friend!
I hope you have a happy day!
Wow, this is so cool and I've never seen this before! Looks like a lot of fun, hmm, do I need another hobby? :)
OMG! I want to do this! I have rug rugs I bought a long time ago and I never see them anymore except the cheapos at the dollar store....NOT! This is exactly what I want to make!
Let me save my pennies and I'll get back to you! Awesome and I love the colors in that rug you're making!
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