|Material Details: Polyester||Construction: Handmade|
|Technique: Hooked||Primary Pattern: Floral and plants|
|Primary Color: Blue||Type of Backing: Cotton canvas|
|Material: Synthetic||Rug Pad Needed: Yes|
|Product Care: Machine wash with cold water on a gentle cycle. We also suggest washing your rug with bed sheets or jeans something that will not add to the release of the rug fibers which may cause pilling and a sort of fuzzy appearance due to broken fibers on the yarn. Do not use bleach. Lay flat to dry. Any pilling that may have occurred can be trimmed with scissors, being careful not to trim the entire hook of yarn off of the backing.|
Questions & Answers
Homefires Sunflowers On Blue Rug
Dawn from Morris, MN– Verified Buyer
I ordered this to go with my yellow and turquoise kitchen. I wish the turquoise were darker, but the color I saw on my computer is quite close to the actual color. I only wish the washing instructions on the web site had been accurate. The tag on the rug says to professionally clean, while the description on the web site says the rug is machine washable. There is no non-skip backing, so I purchased a sticky mat to put under it, which works fine.
Bringin the outdoors in!
Dale from Baton Rouge, LA– Verified Buyer
Love the color, love the pattern. The quality of this rug is excellent. I was very pleased and happy with it. Its the perfect size!
Each rug is handmade for their customers in an ages old technique that has been passed on to the creative artisans of today. Homefires employs the use of various fibers and techniques to create just the right look for their many beautiful designs. Although most of their rugs are made from wool yarn, customers will also find some rugs made in cotton yarn and others in acrylic yarn. The choice of fiber is dictated by Homefires' desire to achieve a particular color tone, clarity, or intensity. Cotton allows Homefires to achieve a very clean soft tone. Wool provides a rich warm tone, and acrylic fibers can be dyed to create the most vivid of colors. The different techniques used include hooked, tufted, and a combination of hooking and tufting called Hi/Lo. Hi/Lo rugs are those that are a combination of tufting and hooking where the tufted part of the fibers are left measurably longer than the hooked part. The Cut/Loop technique is also a combination of hooking and tufting, but in this technique the tufted part of the rug is cut much closer to the height of the hooked area. In all cases, the design of the rug influences the technique that Homefires chooses.