How to Make a Christmas Rag Rug Wreath , Start to Finish

Ruby Jane Roberts, Ruby Jane Textiles - Made with Love & Rubbish

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6 Videos (40m)
    • Introduction

    • Tools & kickstarter demo

    • Preparing your base & choosing fabrics

    • Prodding your wreath

    • Mounting & backing

    • Decorating & final thoughts, thank you!


About This Class

This class is a complete virtual workshop on how to create a prodded rag rug wreath with a Christmas theme.


Rag rug wreaths are a fun and satisfying medium in which to learn the art of prodded rag rugging, this skill can then be transferred to making full rugs, chair covers and more! All the info is here to create your own wreath to keep or as a great present.  


I'm Ruby Jane Roberts and I'm a recycled textile artist and workshop leader from mid Wales. Check out some of my work on etsy and facebook here: 

Thank you for enrolling on my class! 

Cheers, Ruby Jane xx 





Ruby Jane Roberts

Ruby Jane Textiles - Made with Love & Rubbish

Hello I'm Ruby Jane and I'm a recycled textile artist from mid Wales. 

I specialize in alternative accessory's, Animal hoods, hats, wallets, goggles, clothing, art and much more. 

One woman trying to make the best from our waste.
I transform the old and the unwanted into joyful fun things with a life of their own.
My creations are mainly aimed at adults wanting to dress up and have fun but also try to have a practical side to my creations by making them warm & featuring lots of pockets.
My rag rugs demonstrate my more subdued side and with them I embrace my love of traditional craft.

I also do stalls at festivals, music events and craft fairs and am available to teach
workshops on traditional rag rugging techniques, needle felting, recycling plastics, hat making, weaving, mending and patching and more.

I love making commissions so please get in contact with your ideas, however vague, and get a quote. I will push for commissions to be as recycled as possible so sometimes it will take a bit longer to get the right fabric or we may have to make adjustments to design but at the end of the day customer satisfaction is the priority.