Camp Cane Creek
HC717 Camp Cane Creek 4'x6' Hooked Cotton Rug

Camp Cane Creek

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HC717 Camp Cane Creek, is a Hand Hooked Cotton rug from MICHAELIAN HOMES' Camp Collection. All the Camp Rugs have 100% Cotton face and a Burlap back. The Cotton is new and Recycled Cotton Fabric. Making this a "true" Hand Hooked rug. Camp Cane Creek is a GREAT rug. Sophisticated yet, fun. The unleveled hand dying of the Cotton is a work of art. The Beauty of this rug is in the workmanship of the Dyers. Camp Cane Creek has large squares of unleveled dyed cotton. The color placement in the squares, is random, but the colors are consistent in each rug.. Therefore, different sizes of HC717 Camp Cane Creek rug will have all the same colors, but the squares may vary a little in color sequences. Rich Browns, Pale Yellows, Faded Violets, Pale Blues, Sage Greens, Sky Blues, Sea Blues, Corals, Navies, Blush Pinks, Taupe's, Roses, and Golds; all these beautiful colors are in HC717 Camp Cane Creek. In each Square is a block of unleveled color. Around each block if colors are single lines of colors, that are "L' shaped. The "L's" start around the Blocks of color and grow out to the edge of each square. A Chocolate Brown border surrounds the rug. Camp Cane Creek has an Early American feel to it, yet can be contemporary. Suitable for all rooms. Camp Cane Creek looks great in all sizes. Camp Cane Creek is available in the following sizes: HC717 Camp Cane Creek 4'x6' HC712A Camp Cane Creek 2'x8' HC717B Camp Cane Creek 3'x5' HC717C Camp Cane Creek 2'x3' HC717D Camp Cane Creek 6'x9' Custom Sizing welcomed... HC717 Camp Cane Creek is a great companion rug to: H642 Blue Pennies H800 Woodlands H627 Putnam Blue We have strived to be faithful to the original designs, construction and materials found in the original American hooked rugs. Traditional Hooked rugs are truly an art form. They are made by taking old fabrics and cutting them into narrow strips. Burlap(often recycled food sacks) was used as the foundation. A needle with a hook on it pushed through from the top of the rug, and the fabric was then drawn to the surface. Thus hooked rugs are often called "drawn-in-rugs". The rugs in our Camp Collection are made exactly the same way, one loop at a time. In our attemp to be "green", we use environmentally correct recycled fabrics, where ever possible

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