Needlepoint design by Anna-Carin Betzén, based on a full-scale rug
Gustav Stickley, leader of the American Arts&Crafts movement, designed a number of drugget rugs. These were hard-wearing flatweave rugs with bold repeating designs.
In addition to the small rug in the photo, I've charted a larger version with more repeats. If you alter the number of repeats to fit your needs, please note that the border miters differently depending on the number of lengthwise repeats in the field's design. For an odd number of lengthwise repeats, miter the border as in the smaller chart; for an even number, refer to the larger chart.
The Stickley drugget rugs I've seen photos of all have a short, scruffy looking fringe, with no tabby strip visible.
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The needlepoint charts index provides an overview of all my free charts. You might find my silk gauze hints helpful. Also, if you'd like to fringe the rug, check out my step-by-step how-to on fringing methods.