The braided rugs are made by a 85+ year old local Pa. Amish lady.
With the very large rugs she started the rugs then I finished them.
The largest braided rugs are very heavy.
When I was lacing the last rounds of braids onto the large wool rug it would take me two to three hours to lace the last rounds.
We also have a few braided denim rugs made from recycled denim jeans.
There are no two rugs alike as they are made from recycled wool coats or used denim jeans.
These braided rugs come from a pet free and a smoke free home.
The rugs cannot be especially ordered by a certain color.
Please contact me on the availability of these rugs that are pictured.
Shipping will be extra.
I will hand deliver any rug or any quilt to any of the market fairs that we attend as listed in Links above

Wool Braided Rug
25″ x 37″ $100.00
Wool Braided Rug
26″ x 38″ $105.00
Wool Braided Rug
30″ x 48″ $152.00
Wool Braided Rug with Blues 30″ x 48″ $152.00
Wool Braided Rug with Reds 30″ x 48″ $152.00
Braided Rug with Mixed Fabrics 24″ x 36″ $76.50
Wool Braided Rug
57″ x 78″ $350.00
This old wool rug may have been slightly used as it came from my sister’s husband’s side of the family. My sister never used it but made sure it is in good shape and clean She wants this braided rug to go to a family that will appreciate it.
Wool Braided Rug
61″ x 79″ $489.00
Demin Braided Rug
25″ x48″ $133.00
Demin Braided Rug
24″ x 60″ $179.00
Denim Braided Rug
33″ x 55″ $195.00

Steps for Cleaning and Repairing Braided Wool Rugs

  1. Vacuum your rug well, on both sides. Never use a beater brush on your vacuum, but always use a gentle-suction hardwood floor attachment.
  2. Wool rugs are usually very self-cleaning though sometimes wool rugs needs deeper cleaning.
  3. Lay your rug in freshly-fallen snow. A few inches of very lightly packed snow works the best. If the snow is too deep, or too icy, it will then be difficult or ineffective for cleaning. Encourage snow to seep up into the weaves of your rug by walking on your rug in the snow or hitting your rug with a broom while on the snow. Sweep the snow onto the rug and sweep the snow off of your rug. Turn your rug over and repeat multiple times, until the imprint of dirt left in the snow is very faint.
  4. Shake off the excess snow and lay your rug out to dry. I then hung my rugs over a wash line and beat the rug gently to get as much snow off as possible. Then stretch your rugs over stools or over clothes racks to dry completely. It doesn’t take long for the rug to dry.
  5. If you live in an area where there is no snow, wool rugs can be washed in a washing machine on a very gentle cycle, with cool or cold water, with wool-lite, in a front loading machine.
  6. To repair braided rugs you can use fish line as thread to reweave the braid together.

Steps for Cleaning  and Repairing Braided Denim Rugs

  1. Vacuum your rug well, on both sides.
  2. Hand wash your rug in the bathtub or use a front loading wash machine on gentle.
  3. Spin your rug in the washer and hang your rug out to dry on a clothes rack or the wash line.
  4. To repair braided rugs, you can use fish line as thread to reweave the braid together.

Our contact information:
Stephen and Sarah Miller
9018 Glades Pike
Berlin, Pa 15530
Phone: 814-267-5887
Please contact us by either telephone, e-mail, or on facebook messenger with your complete order, address, and telephone number.
As our items are handmade there may be a waiting time until we get an item/items completed. 
Thank-you for your patience!
Shipping will be calculated at the time of sale.
Pa. Sales tax will be added for all Pa. sales.
I will then contact you with your total amount of your purchase.
All sales and info will be kept confidential.
We accept cash, checks, money orders, Visa, or Mastercard. 
All credit card sales will have a 4 % convenience fee added.
We do not keep any credit card info on file for repeat orders.
We will ship your item/items after we receive payment.
Thank-you for your business!