We've got all warm and cosy for this month's top ten, which is all about rugs and blankets.
In first place are textiles woven from old newspapers by Dutch designer Greetje van Tiem.
2: in second place is this rug made of wood-veneer offcuts by German design student Elisa Stroyzk.
3: at number three is Global Warming Rug by Mexican design collective NEL, featuring a felt polar bear.
4: Hella Jongerius' wall hangings for Ikea are our fourth most popular story about textiles.
5: in fifth place are Richard Hutten's Playing With Tradition rugs where traditional patterns are stretched into stripes.
6: this cashmere blanket decorated with religious symbols by artist Damien Hirst is in sixth place.
7: seventh place goes to these wool blankets by Icelandic design collective Vík Prjónsdóttir.
8: this rug full of holes by Viennese designer Martin Mostböck was inspired by the scarred surface of the moon.
9: Flat Surgery, Mathieu Lehanneur's series of rugs depicting squashed vital organs are ninth most popular.
10: tenth place goes to a carpet called Occidorient, created by French design student François Mangeol and featuring Times New Roman letters.
That's it for now - another top ten coming up in April.
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