"That is a rug hooker. Burlap was stretched on a frame, a design drawn on it. Then narrow strips of fabric or yarn were fed thru the hole in the needle and pushed down thru the burlap to make a loop on the underside. Then pulled…"
"I think these are repros of what they used to call a "dough table". Used in the olden days to store flour or bread dough that was rising. But would be great to store knitting & yarn in beside your couch!"
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