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    braided rugs
  • This refers to rugs made from braided yarn, or sometimes from strips of used cloth, which is why some braided rugs are also known as ‘rag rugs’. The braids are usually sewn into concentric circles or ovals, although they can be made into a square or rectangular shape.
  • Braided rugs are made in several ways: tape, tubular, yarn and flat. Braided rugs are also called rag rugs because they could be made with many different materials, including whichever rags are lying around.
  • (Braided rug) The braided rug was a staple in early, Colonial American culture. Settlers used scraps of clothing and other excess materials to make a floor covering that would provide warmth and protection for a particular home's inhabitants and guests.
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  • renowned for his animal research, exploring trial and error learning (known as instrumental learning) in animals through the development of the Thorndike 'puzzle-box'
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Thorndike Mills Pioneer Valley II Braided Rug - Indian Summer - 1595-77-5.6X8.6FT.
Thorndike Mills Pioneer Valley II Braided Rug - Indian Summer - 1595-77-5.6X8.6FT.
Shop for Rugs from AllBraidedRugs.com! The Thorndike Mills Pioneer Valley II Braided Rug collection in Indian Summer has all the beautiful colors of a perfect Indian summer day - medium blue green rose burgundy pale yellow and cream. These lush reversible rugs feature classic handmade braided concentric designs and bring comfort and warmth to your home. They are braided with variegated synthetic yarn made of 60% polypropylene and 40% acrylic with a yarn construction typical of braided rugs. The filler or core used in the Pioneer Valley II collection is a blend of natural cotton and synthetic fibers. Whether you are looking for a small area rug or a rug to be the centerpiece of your home Thorndike Mills has the rug you need. Made in the U.S.A. by Thorndike Mills.Sizes offered in this rug:Following are all sizes for this rug. Please note that some may be currently unavailable due to inventory. Also please note that rug sizes may vary by up to 4 inches in dimensions listed.Dimensions:21 x 38 in.2 x 3 ft.2.3 x 4 ft.2.8 x 4.6 ft.3 x 5 ft.3.8 x 5.7 ft.4 x 6 ft.5 x 8 ft.5.6 x 8.6 ft.6 x 9 ft.7.6 x 9.6 ft.8 x 10 ft.8 x 11 ft.8.4 x 11.1 ft.8.6 x 11.6 ft.9 x 12 ft.9.6 x 13.6 ft.10 x 14 ft.12 x 15 ft.3.6 ft. Round4 ft. Round5.6 ft. Round7.6 ft. Round8.6 ft. Round9 ft. Round9 x 27 in. Stair Tread9 x 30 in. Stair Tread2.3 x 9 ft. Runner2.3 x 12 ft. Runner4 ft. Octagon6 ft. Octagon8 ft. Octagon10 ft. Octagon4 x 6 ft. Elongated Octagon6 x 9 ft. Elongated Octagon8 x 10 ft. Elongated Octagon9 x 12 ft. Elongated OctagonAbout Thorndike MillsThorndike Mills is a division of T.M.I. Industries that manufactures an entire collection of braided rugs in historic New England under the Bay Colony label. Every Thorndike Mills rug bears the human touch - from hand-wound fabric and individual stitching to final hand-inspection - ensuring you the highest-quality braided rug in the industry. The company's modern facility was built and equipped to produce the finest-quality machine-made braided

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2010 january braided rug 004
2010 january braided rug 004
this is my second braided rug which only took me three weeks to make. I have used up leftover fabrics ( mainly wool apart from the orange cotton fabric in the middle) from making mine and my Mum's rag quilts.
2009 august one project a month braided rug
2009 august one project a month braided rug
the finished braided rug - it's taken 6 weeks working on it an hour a day. Made using cotton fabric.

thorndike braided rugs
thorndike braided rugs
Green Mountain Lake Champlain Blue Braided rug Size: 8' x 10'
1506-15-8FTX10FT Size: 8' x 10' Satisfaction at an affordable price! For a braided rug that will provide you with years of satisfaction at an affordable price, the Beantown collection is made with a synthetic blend of polypropylene and acrylic. Offered in seven beautiful colors, all rugs in the Green Mountain collection are offered in ovals, rounds, octagons and elongated octagons... -Handcrafted in the USA with 60pct polypropylene and 40pct acrylic fibers -Yarn construction covers a natural cotton and synthetic fiber core pictured leftFor a braided rug that will provide you with years of satisfaction at an affordable price, the Beantown collection is made with a synthetic blend of polypropylene and acrylic. These rugs are made with a yarn construction meaning that the yarn covers a filler made from natural and synthetic fibers that will not shrink and that will prevent the dyes from bleeding. Offered in seven beautiful colors, all rugs in the Green Mountain collection are offered in ovals, rounds, octagons and elongated octagons. Features: -Handcrafted in the USA with 60pct polypropylene and 40pct acrylic fibers -Yarn construction covers a natural cotton and synthetic fiber core -Sewing thread is a spun polyester with a cotton warp -Lock stitched sewing method to prevent unraveling if a stitch should break -Reversible rug available in a variety of colors, shapes and sizes -Available in the following sizes: 21'' x 38'', 2' x 3', 27'' x 48'', 2'8'' x 4'6'', 3' x 5', 3'8'' x 5'7'', 4' x 6', 5' x 8', 5'6'' x 8'6'', 6' x 9', 7'6'' x 9'6'', 8' x 10', 8' x 11', 8'4'' x 11'1'', 8'6'' x 11'6'', 9' x 12', 9'6'' x 13'6'', 10' x 14', 12' x 15', Round 3'6'', Round 4', Round 5'6'', Round 6', Round 7'6'', Round 8'6'', Round 9', Octagon 4', Octagon 6', Octagon 8', Octagon 10', Elongated Octagon 4' x 6', Elongated Octagon 6' x 9', Elongated Octagon 8' x 10', Elongated Octagon 9' x 12', Runner 2'3'' x 6', Runner 2'3'' x 9, Runner 2'3'' x 12' -Order rug sample here Note: Please be aw

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