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How to Make an Amish Knot Rag Rug

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Look, I know not everyone is going to get excited about creating an Amish knot rag rug, or toothbrush rug.

How to Make an Amish Knot Rag Rug - In my experience with survival, prepping and cooking it is clear that no skill trivial. To become a master and to really be able to adapt to any situation requires a diverse collection of skills that make it all come together in time of need.

If you are taking that position then you are just not appreciating the skill itself. You have to be aware of the fact that this pattern is not left to making rag rugs alone.

There is magic in creating clothing and garments. While it doesn’t live in the same vein as something like shooting high powered rifles it can be just as critical skill.

In my experience with survival, prepping and cooking it is clear that no skill is trivial.

To become a master and to really be able to adapt to any situation requires a diverse collection of skills that make it all come together in a time of need.

Are you ready for such a task? Are you too close-minded to appreciate the Amish knot rag rug?

 


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