Coin Drop Jumble, a wool applique pattern for hand sewing circles.
- PDF penny rug pattern includes instructions, illustrations, glossary, felt and floss requirements and full size pattern pieces.
- The file is 6 pages long.
- Embroidery stitch used is the blanket stitch.
- The finished table runner candle mat is 12 x 43 cm ( 4.75 x 17 inch).
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Also available as a craft kit with supplies. See Wool Felt Craft Kits
Twisted Knickers®penny rugs and patterns
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Penny Rug, Coin Mat or Coin Spot Rug ?
Penny Rugs are a folk art style of wool appliqué from the 1800’s, using felted wool, the blanket stitch and coins as templates. Circles were layered creating beautiful patterns, and the mats were used for the table, bed, wall and floor. Flower & animal motifs were also popular. ( Artefacts Canada)
Coin Mats were created using the blanket stitch and layers of various sized wool circles forming a geometric pattern. Circles were usually shades of black, brown, red and orange. The background was always black and burlap was used for the backing. They were used on the floor. (Glenn Campbell Murphy - Park Corner to Seaview, PE Island)
Coin Spot Rug - Dora dripped all over Marilla’s new Coin Spot Rug in the fictional novel “Anne of Avonlea” by Lucy Maud Montgomery. Smoke free home, pet friendly.