This small rug, crocheted from bread wrappers is one of three pieces of its type
that I own. All three were made by an elderly friend, now deceased.
I had a hard time finding a place for it. It is almost too small to use as a rug.
A few days ago I placed it on this table top under a wooden bowl (thrifted)
holding some worn croquet balls (also thrifted).
The second plastic crocheted piece is the pillow (above)
that shares chair space with two quilted pieces (both thrifted)...
This larger rug sits at the foot of the chair.
Some might find these pieces strange. I consider them "folk art".
I was attracted to them because I remember that my grandmother
also made similar rugs.
(Unfortunately, I have no idea where hers ended up!)