Ginny Hamilton

My first weaving experience was in the six grade when I wove placemats for a class party using construction paper.  Since then, I have tried many different fiber arts but I kept thinking about weaving.  Life, children, lots of moving and a career filled my time.  


About 13 years ago I took a weaving class at Halycon in Bath Maine and found that I love the feel of working with a loom to create something.   Since then I have attended workshops, lectures and art shows, inspired by other artists to try different styles of weaving. 

I was first drawn to rugs while taking a rug weaving class with Jason Collingwood at Harrisville studios in NH.  I  enjoy making household goods such as rag rugs. I have made many rugs using denim and recycling old sheets.  Using your kids old childhood sheets (what to do with old My Little Pony sheets??) makes a wonderful gift to give your grown children.  I also enjoy weaving hand towels, coasters, placemats, runners and cozy blankets.   


The best part of weaving is the community of weavers that I am lucky enough to be part of.   The energy that they bring to my weaving is enormous and treasured.

Rag Rugs Recycling at it's best.  Old denim jeans, sheets and T shirts

Sized for a bathroom or bedside


Dishtowels with potholders to match! 

Table mats of many colors and sizes


 Coasters in many colors to protect your tables and give as gifts.

Table runners


4 piece sets of placemats using vintage fabric 



Guitar straps, baskets, key chains, bags

Woven bags. Perfect for all those little items in your bigger bags!

New! Recycled cloth baskets.  Perfect for potted plants, your latest knitting project or reading material. 


Two left!




New linen pillows.  Several sizes and shapes.  All with zippers so cleaning is easy.


Linen bread bags for the baker in your life. Long loaf sizes now available. 

One left!

Yoga mat bags one available