RugsInTheWoods

Woven, Knotted,Nalbinde & Toothbrush rugs

Iron River, Wisconsin · 92 Sales

RugsInTheWoods

Woven, Knotted,Nalbinde & Toothbrush rugs

Iron River, Wisconsin 92 Sales On Etsy since 2014

5 out of 5 stars
(29)

Announcement   Working hard this winter or 2016/17 to bring you new and unusual rugs, runners and more.

MORE supplies - working on fabric yarn/twine and balls of ripped strips for use in weaving and knotting. Coming soon also - beginning pieces in various colors for you to start your next project without the hassle of starting (the icky part)

Stay tuned for many new and fun things! Thank you for stopping by Rugs In The Woods!

Announcement

Last updated on Dec 31, 2016

Working hard this winter or 2016/17 to bring you new and unusual rugs, runners and more.

MORE supplies - working on fabric yarn/twine and balls of ripped strips for use in weaving and knotting. Coming soon also - beginning pieces in various colors for you to start your next project without the hassle of starting (the icky part)

Stay tuned for many new and fun things! Thank you for stopping by Rugs In The Woods!

Mona Knoke

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Mona Knoke

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5 out of 5 stars
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William Roth

William Roth on Apr 11, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

This is the fourth rug I have purchased from Mona. Am very happy with them. Nice colors, heavy, very very well made. You won't go wrong getting rugs from Mona.

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About

Folk Art for YOU. Loving working with recycled fabric and making something beautiful and useful!

Having a long history in fiber - spinning, weaving, knitting and even a short stint working in a woolen mill - I have finally come to something that works for my life today and that I love. I love the recycling, reusing and the traditional craft involved in rag rug making is a perfect way to do my part however small.

I work in two traditions. Weaving on a very old rug loom that I rebuilt from pieces and working in the Nalbinde traditional knotted rug. Also called a Nalbinde rug - it looks like a crocheted rug but is much more substantial and tight. There are kits available to help you learn how to do this yourself and I make my own special wooden Nalbinde needles for sale also.

I hope you will join me here and peruse some of the rugs, table toppers, trivets and runners I have made from post consumer waste. All of my fiber is from friends or thrift shops and it would be thrilled to find a new life at your home.


If you are interested in my reviews I have a shop on Etsy that I have run for quite some time called PaperCreek. Hope to see you there as well!

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