Threads of Peru

Tuta Fringe Wool Area Rug


Handmade Wool Floor Rug – 100% handspun fiber - Fair Trade from Peru


Made of 100% naturally dyed and handspun sheep’s wool, this extremely chic boho area rug features a degraded pink, clay, and dark grey colors, each piece is unique due to the dip-dye technique used to create the variation on the color.  The Tuta wool rug is handmade on a backstrap loom in the Andes, using ancient weaving techniques, it's first warped on the loom and then divided into three pieces then it's taken out of the loom to be dyed, after that is placed back on the loom making sure the dyed parts are placed on the correct position.

Tuta means "night" in Quechua, this wool rug is available in Dawn, Clay and Storm. 

This Tuta wool floor rug makes a perfect match with our Pacha and Tuta pillows, mix and match these chunky wool pieces to create a unique boho look at home!

Available for custom order.

Size: Approx. 163 cm x 70 cm


This amazing handcrafted piece of artisanship was made by the Awaq Mayki (meaning handwoven in Quechua) weaving cooperative. Boasting over 20 talented and motivated members, Awaq Mayki partnered with Threads of Peru beginning in 2012 as an almost self-organized entity with over a decade registered as a formal association. The majority reside in the community of Upis, situated quite literally at the foot of the great Ausangate mountain, the highest in Southern Peru, and an important Apu (mountain god) in Quechua culture.