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Second Life Rugs Turns Factory Residue Wools Into Beautiful High-Pile Rugs
Posted By Ute Ketelhake On November 13, 2012 @ 5:30 pm In Best of 2011,Decorative Objects,Eco Textiles,green Interiors,Reader Submitted Content | No Comments
Second Life Rugs converts wool  production residues into beautifully patterned, thick, shag-pile rugs. Instead of being spun and dyed, the wool scraps are boiled, shredded and knotted. What results is a piece of decor  that is not only of a higher aesthetic, but handmade, unique and eco-friendly!
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 decor: http://inhabitat.com/kwytza-chopstick-art-transforms-single-use-chopsticks-into-stylish-home-decor/
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