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Wednesday, 15 June 2016

Students' Rugs

I promised that as I got photos of the class I taught, that I would post them. These came to me today, but without identification; however, I suspect Helen and Barb of being the makers.

A round blue (or black) and white rug, made of knitting yarn. The yarn was braided and glued onto a muslin base, and when all was dry, the muslin was trimmed to the edge of the rug.

And an oval rug, made of teal, purple and gray wool yarn; this is a very subtle colour choice for a pioneer-era braided rug.

My students can be proud of their rugs, I think! One of these days I may get to see them in real life....

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