A Window and a Rug

November 13th, 2009 in member junk     
TinTinJunkFan TinTinJunkFan, member
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Seam binding and upholstery tacks....
Now the rug stands a few more years to be enjoyed on the wall not the floor....
Seam binding and upholstery tacks....

Seam binding and upholstery tacks....


Here's another window put to good use undercover... I inherited this handmade-by-my-grandmother hooked rug and enjoyed it many years....but...one side was fraying and disintegrating and had outlived its purpose as a rug...so found an old window frame a little smaller than the rug, removed the glass, and tacked the rug in place...and voila...   


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, vintage, artwork, frame, bedroom, wool hooked rug, wood frame

Comments (7)

shabbychick writes: What a great way to save such a beautiful hooked rug! It is wonderful as wall art!

Kathy Posted: 9:08 am on November 18th
RustyDiva writes: Gorgeous rug ~ I love the deep red colors! Glad you found another way to display it! Posted: 11:21 am on November 16th
CottageElements writes: Cute idea :)

Lani Posted: 2:41 pm on November 15th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Wonderful solution! Now you can enjoy all your Grandma's gorgeous work for years to come.

Candy Posted: 9:09 pm on November 14th
suewhitney writes: Hi TTJF...

This is a VERY clever idea. Way to go!!

Take care,
Sue Posted: 10:29 am on November 14th
alicemom writes: That is so special. Great wall art!
smiles, alice Posted: 10:38 pm on November 13th
fellowjunker writes: I've never understood how people can walk on these gorgeous works of art that were so painstakingly made (I tried rug hooking once and believe me it IS time consuming!!). I love your option of using it as wall art!
xojanis Posted: 4:31 pm on November 13th
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