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Celebrating Rug Making

A wonderful night celebrating rug making and the joy and relaxation of adult coloring!

Over 30 coloring fans gathered at the Bunyaad Rug Room at Ten Thousand Villages in Ephrata, PA, to learn how fairly paid adult artisans carefully color intricate graphs as part of the rug making process. After a short journey through talams, rug graphs and hand knotting rugs, each person got to color their own rug graph tile.

“I came for the coloring but I leave with a much greater appreciation for hand knotted rugs and the quality and uniqueness that fair trade produces,” remarked one coloring night participant. “And I’m still in awe of how many knots are in a 9’x12′ Persian rug…over seven million! Just hard to believe that that many knots are all tied by hand!”

We offer these hands-on learning times roughly 2-3 times a year at the Bunyaad Rug Room at Ten Thousand Villages in Ephrata, Pa. Join our blog email list to learn more!

Next event will be our Rug Festival on Saturday, June 25. Stay tuned for details.

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  1. We are new to the area and attended this event. It was a wonderful learning experience and fun to boot. We are so impressed with Ten Thousand Villages. We enjoy having lunch in the cafe and have invited friends to experience the cafe plus shopping in the store. We are looking forward to the big sale coming up. Many blessings on this great mission.

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