LAYERING RUGS &
Our rugs come from leftover scraps gathered from the floors of apparel manufacturers. Sorted by color and bound into bales, the preserved pieces of remnant fabric are carried to the countryside, cut by hand into ribboned strands, and readied for a second life.
The work of the loom is rough-hewn and repetitive, made beautiful by the considerate hand and careful eye of the artisan. Simple, steady movements of an old process combined with unassuming scraps of fabric create the warmth of character, gentle drape, and wide versatility of our layering rugs and floor blankets.