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 …

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 …

Old Loopy Rag Rug: “Wayward”

For December’s “Rag Rug of the Month” we’ve gone back to where rag rugging began. In the olden days, rag rugs were made using whatever materials could be found as a way to put old odds and ends to better use. Old shirts and cotton tended to be saved for patchwork but woollen jackets, trousers …

Black and White Rag Rug – Checkmate!

I don’t know about you but we think there’s just something so lovely about a checked rag rug, in particular in black & white.  Not only do they fit in practically any room in the house but they’re nearly impossible to go wrong with. The Parisian’s obviously knew what they were doing when they began to …

First Day of Spring

This asymmetrical polka dot rug is so lovely and vibrant – the perfect piece to shout about the first day of Spring. It’s super soft as it’s mostly made of old t-shirts and is my cat, Bertie’s, favourite hangout zone. A word of warning though, it can be a real challenge to keep white rugs …

Rag Rug of the Month: Rainbow

This lovely rainbow rag rug was made by my mum, Victoria, and sat at the end of my bed all through my teenage years. It’s made using a shaggy ragging technique and contains a whole host of memories in the form of ragged up clothes and swimming costumes I grew up in.