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Wouldn't you like to have this Handwoven Recycled Wool Rag Rug Bedroom Floor Mat In Dusty Antique Rose for your shabby chic decor, seaside cottage or country farmhouse?

This rug would be great for the little princess or in the powder room, anywhere you might want to feel pretty. Take off your shoes and let your toes twirl in the textures underneath them...

My Recycled Wool Rag Rugs are both colorful and durable. They are designed and made individually with a painterly style, often as studies in color or themes. They can be hung on the wall, thrown on or under a table, or fit in small spaces that need a little something.

Rags are folded carefully and placed one at a time to overlap with the previous one and to the next to form a tight weave. My wool rugs use wool wefts on cotton warps, recycling old wool clothes and blankets. This rug has muted taupe, oyster and ivory tones along with the pretty pinks filling a warp of the same colors with a little golden accent. Fringes are hand-tied and twisted.

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Dusty Antique Rose Handwoven Recycled Wool Rag Rug (WRR40)
32.75”W x 35”L


Each of my hand woven textiles is made with careful handwork and attention to form as well as well as function. Attention to detail and commitment to traditional artistry separate my hand woven textiles from many others. I work entirely with traditional hand and foot powered looms, not using computers to guide my patterns or mechanics to power the loom. Each piece is a test and display of knowledge of materials, technical skills, and artisanry.

From the beginning, materials are chosen, the threads are wound to the same length, dressed on the beam of the loom, the pattern is threaded meticulously through the eyes of the heddles and reed one by one and tied up in preparation for weaving. This establishes the base for the fabric, aligning the threads of the warp to create a ground. Planning for size, color, and pattern are established before insertion of the weft filler. Most pieces are hemmed and finished by hand, as well, to create a smooth, refined look.


I prefer to use Natural Fibers and Yarns, mostly Cotton, Linen, Wool, Mohair and Alpaca, although some of my items use mixed fibers for variety, texture and novelty. Every fiber has characteristics that can be used alone, or blended with the others to get different textures and effects. I understand that some people may be sensitive to some fibers and try to find alternatives to create solutions for comfort and care.

Sometimes I will use "Mill-Ends," or yarns left over from textile industry in my weaving. These lots may be limited in quantities or dyelots. To me, using these materials works to utilize our existing resources, rather than always creating from scratch. It challenges me to try to fit my vision to the material, or create a new vision, instead of discarding material because it doesn't suit a style or design. Using "Mill-Ends" continues the cycle of production, recycling, repurposing and reusing materials from other sources to create new product in a new way. With this same view, I also recycle and reuse old fabrics and clothing into the rag rugs and pot holders to continue their life cycle. A hole or stain may devalue an item or structure in one form, while it may have uses in another.

For special orders and custom work, my materials are sourced from more "Standard" commercial yarn supply stores for consistency in color lots, quantities and fibers.


Items are made one-of a kind, or in short runs. Items listed here in my shop are ready for sale as described. I try to provide a sampling of choices within a style until they sell out. I am not a production weaver, and do not wish to make 100s of the same thing. That is the art of the craft! Consider within reason if something really needs to be 1 or 2 inches longer or wider as you browse the items being offered. Use the search button or links within the shop to find similar items, which may be offered in different sections. Please contact me if you cannot find something to suit your needs. Special orders can be placed for specific colors, longer runners, sets of table linens, or larger area rugs.


Each piece is made to be used and should be cared for as you would any well-crafted tool. Many of my finished items are machine washable, unless noted, and meant to be used every day. Many of the items have been tested over the years by myself and by many of my customers. Again, with attention to care, hand woven textiles will last a long time and bring continued enjoyment, although just as with anything, they may not last forever. Consider textile heirlooms from past generations that are still used today. Well-made and cared-for, these can be heirlooms of the future.


I commit myself to my work with my hands, my heart, and with my time as a full-time professional occupation, not as a hobby. In doing so, I compete with machine-made products to earn a living wage to survive in our current economic climate. Consider these pieces as works of enjoyable, aesthetic art as well as lasting utilitarian, working craft, and you will find the long-term values they carry can far outweigh some of the costs of things in your everyday environment that may be much more temporary or disposable.

Enjoy Artful Living with simple, sophisticated and stylish textiles. Hand woven textiles make unique gifts that give pleasure in the simplest of ways, highlighting holidays, celebrations and special occasions. Treat yourself, or give a gift that keeps on giving. I focus on classic patterns, colors, and textures that will fit in both traditional vintage or modern contemporary lifestyles and décor. Heirloom home decor furnishings, textiles, table linens & fashion accessories hand woven in natural cotton, linen, wool, alpaca & mohair, will last for years.

Start your collection of Amy C.Lund Handwovens today and enjoy the pleasures of artful living! Heirloom home decor furnishings, textiles, table linens & fashion accessories handwoven in natural cotton, linen, wool, alpaca & mohair, with classic and modern patterns, colors, and textures to last for years.

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Amy C. Lund
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Dusty Antique Blush Rose Wool Rug Living or Bed Room Cottage Chic Rustic Cabin Farmhouse Home Decor Floor Mat Carpet, Handwoven Recycled Rag

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: wool, cotton
  • Ships worldwide from Rhode Island, United States
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