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The only way I would know to do this correctly, would be to get some 1x2 lumber and build your square frame about 3-4 inches bigger all around than you want the finished rug to be.
It will probably be necessary to brace the frame, so either purchase 4 small "L brackets or use some scraps to brace from a horizontal side to a vertical side in several places.
I am sure there will be better answers eventually...but this was just off the top of my head! LOL Good Luck! P.S. I would use rust resistant nails or if you wanted to get fancy, you could always drill holes and glue in small peices of dowel rods for the pegs.... but I would make "dry run" if possible to get the sizes right b4 putting in too much money or effort :)
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Posted:Jun 19, 2009
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