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Tannery Rags

2712 Sales On Etsy since 2008

3 out of 5 stars (1781)
N Hen

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Announcement    We hope you enjoy our selection of upcycled and ethical creations and supplies.

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Last updated on Mar 1, 2019

We hope you enjoy our selection of upcycled and ethical creations and supplies.

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3 out of 5 stars
(1781)
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  • Doreen Arant on May 1, 2019

    1 out of 5 stars

    First, I purchased the rug, then the rug was misplaced, supposedly given to a church by accident. I then received a refund. I then get an email that the rug was found and not accidentally given to a church and I that I could still purchase it. I replied “yes” on still wanting the rug and my email was never replied to. Then my purchase is cancelled. My guess is after all of this, the rug was sold to someone else. Such confusion and very unprofessional. Will not do business with this small business again.

  • kitlandwehr on Nov 21, 2018

    5 out of 5 stars

    Beautiful well made rag rug!

  • LaurenSng on Sep 9, 2015

    5 out of 5 stars

    Love what I received -- my mind swirls with possibilities of how I'll use this.

  • Aura Roy on Jan 30, 2014

    5 out of 5 stars

    Fast shipping. Very pretty product. A little lighter in colour than in the picture but still fabulous.

  • Dee Rick on Sep 3, 2013

    1 out of 5 stars

    I have contacted you twice through Etsy and once through PayPal. You haven't responded to any of my 3 emails and it still shows item not shipped. I placed my order on Aug. 19th and I have nothing to show for it. I am going to escalate this on PayPal because I just want my money back and I'm tired of trying to contact you. You did absolutely nothing to resolve this problem. I'm done! Sept. 10th still nothing from you not even a message.

About

We weave the old fashioned way, get our hands dirty in all kinds of crafts, and we love to share

Most of my weaving starts out with some sort of upcycling. Many of my rugs are made with sock factory waste and upholstery fabric factory waste, but we also use yarns from fiber artist's estates and locally sourced wool.

After collecting an interesting variety of coordinating material, we get to work weaving on a nearly 100 year old loom that still works like a dream.

We drive to local farms to get wool fleeces, and wash dye and process them by hand to make lovely felted fancies and luxurious weavings.

We often have different craft supplies and always welcome custom orders or inquiries.

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