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Our handwoven rugs are certified as Indiana Artisan quality work
Weaving with an environmental conscience ...
At Homestead Weaving Studio, we believe that the future of the planet is in our hands.
We practice recycling in our personal lives and in our business. Most of the materials in the rugs we make are
recycled. We use reclaimed products or waste material. These products
are new (with the exception of denim and corduroy) material, but they are
the byproduct of another industry (i.e. hosiery mills, bedding factories,
curtain manufacturers, clothing and upholstery mills).
To those industries, the materials are "waste" ... to us, they are a
beginning of beautiful rugs.
By keeping these scrap fibers out of the landfills, we can help the
We pride ourselves in turning over a ton of waste into art every year .
Your purchase of any of our rugs confirms our commitment to recycling.
The selection of rugs changes frequently so check back often. Our
rugs are one-of-a-kind. Due to the nature of the material we use, we
can't duplicate an item. Please don't try to order more than one of any item
except the "mug rugs".
Contact us with a stock number if you
need a different size of one of these rugs and we might be able to make
something in the same colorway for you.
We hope you enjoy looking at or purchasing these newest rugs from the
We have added Paypal buttons for your convenience.
If you wish to
purchase them without using Paypal, contact us directly at
firstname.lastname@example.org with the
stock number of the rug you are interested in purchasing.
We attempt to keep this website updated, but all of these rugs are
available at the studio and subject to prior sale.
Be sure and check out our
selection of handwoven shawls and scarves and
Clicking on any rug will
open it in another window for detail viewing.
Plastic Bag Rugs - made from post-consumer
grocery store HDPE#2 bags -
Our production of our plastic bag rugs
was discontinued in 2010 because of improvements made
in HDPE technology which cause the bags to biodegrade more quickly ... when these are gone, they're gone for good.