Arianna E. Funk


Sniljor are a part of a long rug weaving process. First a rug with an open sett is woven, in this case with rags, and then cut lengthwise along the warp threads, resulting in long, garland-like strips.

Normally, the weaver uses these strips as weft material, creating a fluffy rug. But I've decided they make great garlands or interior decoration in and of themselves.

Woven "randomly," each one is unique but all shift from light to dark.