My Pacific Island Rag Rug

Last Christmas I was lucky enough to spend two whole weeks in the closest place to paradise I’ve ever been – Aitutaki in the Pacific Islands (you can see a few photos I took here). When I returned home I vowed that I would create a pacific island rag rug or two based on the beautiful landscapes I …

Students’ Rag Rug Designs

For the past few months I have featured students’ rag rug designs in a Student Spotlight section of my fortnightly Rag Rug Inspiration Newsletter (which you can sign up to here if you’d like). It seemed a shame that these photos disappeared into the ether once they’d been sent out so I thought I would compile all …

Students’ Rag Rug Wreaths

Rag rugging can be a pretty time-consuming craft so I rarely get to see a student finish their project in the class. That’s probably why I get so excited when a former student sends through a photo of their finished rag rug piece. As it’s December, I thought I’d share with you a selection of the wonderful rag rug …

Rag Rug of the Month: Rustle

September’s rag rug of the month is the simple, yet stunning “Rustle”. Rich colours have been used to evoke the sights and sounds of autumnal leaves. We hope you like it!

Rag Rug of the Month: Pepper

This month’s Rag Rug of the Month goes to our gorgeous monochrome rag rug “Pepper”. Inspired by a cool Scandinavian colour pallet, this rug is made up of over 100 different pieces of recycled fabric and took around 80 hours to make. The use of patterned and textured fabrics elevates a very simple colour scheme, giving it depth …

Making a Rag Rug

“Hooked on Rag Rugging” – the story of a rug in production:  I find it positively rewarding and compulsive to turn a pile of old clothes… …into a beautiful and useful item for the home. It can be a real challenge to stay motivated when making a rag rug as they take so many hours …

Rag Rug of the Month: Ammonite

We are pleased to unveil that May’s Rag Rug of the Month is one of our absolute favourites… drumroll please… “Ammonite”. Inspired by the shape of ammonite fossils found in various seaside cliffs across the UK, this fabulously large rag rug creates quite the statement wherever you put it in the home. Made entirely from …

Rag Rug of the Month: Bright & Breezy

With the hint of spring in the air, our March Rag Rug of the Month is “Bright & Breezy”. Handmade using the modern, loopy style of rag rugging, our beautiful and bright rag rug uses a teal and white, checked pattern to dispel the cold feeling of winter. It really pops on a dark wood floor but would look …

How To Make Framed Rag Rug Art

One of the things that sometimes puts people off trying rag rugging for the first time is the thought of having to commit to finishing an entire rug. Well we’re here to tell you that rag rugging doesn’t have to be a labour of love and even the smallest of pieces can look very effective. Now …

Pink Striped Rag Rug – Posey

Our “Posey” pink rag rug was inspired by the gorgeous Summer flowers in our garden last year.  Why have it as our January Rag Rug of the Month you may be thinking? Well although it may be frosty and blowing a gale outside, looking at this rug never fails to make us feel warm and fuzzy inside …