Progging pieces of fabric along the drawn lines, you can make your own unique rag rug 60 x 41cms (16" x24"). The instructions show how to use the bodger rug tool which you could use later for different projects. It's a simple, traditional rag rug technique (can be addictive).
What's included in the price?
Hessian backing with original design by Jenni Stuart-Anderson, full instructions and a bodger rug tool
What you will need
Fabrics which can be recycled clothes and bedding. The rug on the label was made from cotton clothes. Sharp scissors, needle and thread.
Jenni has shared traditional rag rug techniques of hooking, progging and plaiting for many years. She believes in re-using, sourcing locally and treading lightly on the planet. Whilst bringing rag rug making into the twenty-first century, Jenni honours the generations of ordinary people who used their cast-off clothing to make warm mats and loves helping people to explore their creativity through such an accessible medium at courses locally and around the country.
- Wheelchair users
- Hearing impaired
- Limited mobility
- Learning difficulties (SEN)
- Suitable for beginners