We created these one-of-a-kind centerpieces using the long-lost traditional Wagon Wheel weaving technique, which originated in Scandinavia. In the 1800s, the technique made its way to America where pioneers used wagon wheel rims as weaving frames, hence the name “Wagon Wheel”.
Each handmade piece is named after a Texas town, is as unique as a fingerprint and will never be duplicated. The colors and patterns are created to bring comfort to any room and are excellent additions to bathrooms, kitchens, nurseries, living rooms, offices, or any room that you would like to add a little country charm.
Look for these one-of-a-kind items for sale in our Etsy shop!
Depending on the size, you can use your piece as…
★ Placemat – Accent your place-setting with coordinating yet unique pieces.
★ Centerpiece – A conversation piece for your coffee table, kitchen table and more.
★ Trivet – Place under warm pots, pans and dishes or simply accent the fruit bowl.
★ Wall decor – Add a splash of color and eye-catching design to any wall of your home.
★ Coasters – Coming soon!
Country brown and blue with a splash of tropical teal, white, cream and a pop of purple are found in this piece which is named after Salado, Texas.
Designed and created for Danielle.
“The Corpus Christi”
Country calicos in browns and blues with a dash of white are found in this piece which is named after Corpus Christi, Texas.
Designed and created for Kristi.
“The Abilene – Cerulean”
Cerulean, zigzag patterns, lime green and shades of blue can all be found in this piece which is named after Abilene, Texas.
Designed and created for Ruby.
“The Abilene – Green”
Blues, greens, geometric shapes and ornate patterns are all found in this piece which is named after Abilene, Texas.
Designed and created for Karen.
Floral and nautical prints in shades of teals, greens, white and gray are found in this piece which is named after Encino, Texas.
Designed and created for Michael & Jamie.
Upcycled t-shirts of many colors, including: maroon, sky blue, dark blue, olive green and grays, woven together to make a super soft piece named after Oklaunion, Texas.
Fish and mermaid prints paired with tidal teal and sandy tan material are found in this piece which is named after Comal county, Texas.
Rusty red calico and creamy white compose this simple piece which is named after Redwater, Texas.
A compilation of country calicos and mint green material make up this piece which is named after Uncertain, Texas.
Designed and created for MadeCreatively.