Handmade Recycled Rag Rug Runner

Product Code: RRUG4


These beautiful and colourful rag rug runners are handmade in India by the Barefoot College, an amazing non-government organisation that does great work in rural Rajasthan.
The rugs are made from rags left over from the garment industry and handmade on a handloom.

Size 240 x 75 cm approx. (7'10" x 2'5")

Due to the handmade nature of these products colours will slightly vary but loveliness comes as standard.

Availability: Out of stock


Product Description


We recommend that our rag rugs are hand washed in a cool wash.

As these rugs have been made with recycled bits of rags we cannot guarantee that they are colour fast.


Make a Difference

Barefoot college making a differenceOur rugs and bell totas are handmade by the Barefoot College, an inspirational non-government organisation making a great difference to communities in Rajasthan, India.

Since 1972 the Barefoot College has been providing basic services and solutions to problems in rural communities, with the objective of making them self-sufficient and sustainable. These 'Barefoot solutions' can be broadly categorised into solar energy, water, education, health care, rural handicrafts, people's action, communication, women's empowerment and wasteland development. We have seen for ourselves the incredible work the college is doing and are truly inspired by it.

The products themselves are made from rags left over from the garment industry.

You can buy these products safe in the knowledge that you are directly helping the people who have made them.


This product comes packaged in a re-sealable bag and is sent 1st class by Royal Mail as standard within 2 working days of your order.

The post is not always as reliable as it might be, so please allow five days for delivery.


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