Rag Rug Kit Giveaway With Ragged Life

Last week Craft Candy’s very own Zoe tried her hand at rag rug making in London with Ragged Life, the brainchild of Elspeth, who has been sharing her passion for making new from old using rags for the past two years. Rag rug making in particular is making a huge comeback, with more and more people seeking to learn to make sustainable items from recycled materials.

Craft Candy's Zoe in full rag rug-making swing!
Craft Candy’s Zoe in full rag rug-making swing! source

Ragged Life have very kindly offered us one rag rug tool kit to give away!

We have one Rugged Life Rag Rug Tool Kit to give away!
We have one Rugged Life Rag Rug Tool Kit to give away!

  The kit contains:

- Rag Rug Latch hook

- Hemmed Rug Hessian (100 x 60cm)

- Wooden Rag Rug Fabric Cutting Gauge

- Instructional CD (including How To Videos)

- Instructional Booklet (With easy to follow step by step instructions & photos)

- Pen

Ragged Life's Elspeth with the Rag Rug Tool Kit
Ragged Life’s Elspeth with the Rag Rug Tool Kit

  To be in with a chance of winning this kit and be mastering your new craft hobby by Christmas, simply pop a quick comment on this post below, telling us about the best creative class or workshop you’ve ever been to, and why. We’ll also need your name and email address. The giveaway closes on Friday 21st November.

  And be sure to check our Ragged Life’s upcoming classes (and we’ve been lusting over the rugs on their Pinterest too, here.)

  Good luck!

This giveaway has now closed and the winner is… Laura Cockitt! Congratulations!

I once went to a young embroiderers class when I was about 13 and loved it. It got me inspired to have a go at all things crafty and I would love the chance to learn something new.

By katie fryer on 2014 11 07

I went to an evening Flower School at Swallows and Damsons florists in Sheffield last year and it was truly amazing. The owner has real flair and artistic vision and enabled us all to go home with stunning bouquets.

By Adele on 2014 11 11

Christmas Crafts with the WEA in Sheffield - wreaths, cards, centre pieces, garlands, etc, etc. Most of the materials were provided too - great for getting into the Christmas spirit.

By Tracey on 2014 11 11

A pottery class in France. The language barrier didn’t help, and I ended up covered head to toe in clay… But was great fun and I still use my wobbly wonky bowl today smile

By Olivia Dixon on 2014 11 11

The best creative class that I’ve undertaken was a lino block printing course at Tea and Crafting in London. I was amazing how accessible and cathartic it was and it gave me the confidence to sign up for screen printing course in January with my boyfriend!

By Rebecca Pate on 2014 11 12

The best class I’ve ever been on was a finishing techniques class for knitting. Never had my knitting things looked so beautiful! Learnt great new cast ons and offs and when to use them. Now the only problem I have is finishing all the things that I start!

By Laura Cockitt on 2014 11 12

I have had a sewing machine for ages but not really used it. I went on a sewing class recently and what was great was that it inspired me to go home and make matching night dresses for me and my daughter. She really loved it. Other classes I’ve tried have not been as successful…

By Fiona Linton on 2014 11 13

I did a quilting crash course a few years ago that was brilliant. I’d be focussing on the little section I was working on and then suddenly I had myself a quilt! One of those keep forever type things…

By Lizzie on 2014 11 14

hello there i remember doing latchhook kits as a child the first one i did was a ladybird cusion and i loved it, i never thought of doing again untill i saw your giveaway on twitter what a fab kit and a wonderful blog xx keep up the good work i will be an avid follower from now on xx

By debbie smith on 2014 11 15

A painting pottery class in Budapest!  Beautiful pieces of inspiration!

By Christina on 2014 11 20

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