This past summer, I visited friends in a stunningly beautiful, remote corner of Scotland's west coast. My fellow house guest was Stephen Morgan, one half of Morgan Ashard, a partnership that designs and produces carpets.
Custom made in Nepal, the rugs are crafted from the wool of Changpel sheep, which is hand-spun, then dyed with vegetables or minerals. The particularly long staple of the wool (densely hand-knotted at 100 knots per inch) gives the carpets great depth of color and makes them very durable. Based in the UK, Morgan Ashard ships overseas; contact Morgan Ashard directly for pricing. The images below are of the firm's Putty Rumple Carpet.
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