HC759 CAMP MONTURE
Camp Monture is named after the river in Montana that flows
near Jason and Carol Lyne’s Montana hideaway. The colors in this rug will
take you there(almost). Deep browns of the logs and the rich greens of
the surrounding pine trees and the clay dirt poking up and around the waving
tans/beiges of the high country grass land.
One of our Camp Collection of hooked rugs. We strive 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. The fabrics are then hand dyed with fast cotton dyes, giving the rugs an almost painterly look. 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 attempt to be "green", we use environmentally correct recycled fabrics, whenever possible.
Related Rug – Jamie H699… very similar to this rug but made
with tufted wool.