Hand Loom Backstitch Busy Brick Rug by Gan Rugs • GIRONES HOME

Hand Loom Backstitch Busy Brick Rug by Gan Rugs

The Busy Brick model from our Backstitch collection is a Raw-Edges studio design, inspired by the appearance of the reverse of embroidery work. Its stitching, irregular in terms of length, does not seem to follow a particular logic. They generate three patterns that seem to move in two directions, overlapping in a certain area. This is the orange, brown and coral mode, available in two sizes. A Busy Green version is also available, featuring green, pink and coral tones. The Backstitch collection also includes two other models, Calm and Composition, with similar inspiration but with different stitching.

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  • Estimated Delivery Time: Estimated shipping time 3 to 8 days.
  • Color: Ocher, Black, Green, Natural, Orange, Red
  • Materials: 100% new wool
The reverse side of embroidery work was the inspiration from which the Backstitch collection was born, with its seemingly random stitches, the result of the pattern that is meant to be shown on the side that is visible. Raw-Edges’ designers discovered this frantic and irregular world while learning the technique of embroidery and, fascinated by its hidden and involuntary beauty, they created the suggestive designs that make up the Backstitch collection. Its manufacture combines a hand loom technique with hand-embroidered areas. The embroidery work is made by our GAN Women’s Unit, a team composed of female artisans in northern India. Powered by GAN, it offers autonomy and economic independence to the women who make up this group through stable and well-paid work. Deepening the possibilities offered by hand-operated looms, at GAN we have gone a step further by exploring not only the traditional flat hand-loom designs, but also elements with high volume, practically three-dimensional, using pure virgin wool that is knotted, cut, braided or looped.

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