Braided Rugs

Hatchett, Jan
December 2016
Molly Green Magazine;Winter2016, p51
The article offers information on the Braided Rugs. Topics discussed include need for uniforming strips width and thickness for preparing fabric for braided rug, doing lacing after having yards of braided rugs; and using rug yarn or lacing thread for weaving through the braid loops without piercing the fabric.


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