PRIMITIVE RUG HOOKING
Love the stars Sandi! Stay warm & woolly wonder! :)Smiles,Betty
thanks, betty :)i'm trying to stay warm...it's supposed to be -14 in the morning later this week...i can't even imagine that!but, i hear there's a warmup next week and it will feel like a heat wave, LOL!
Cute little rug. They look like they are dancing. Kim
You, are, out-of-control, lol!!!!Those stars are very cute!!I begin my rug-hooking class this monday, weather permitting!!!!I'm doing something by Kellie Belfast as my first *real* project. Wish me LUCK, I'll need it, lol!!
My you sure have Been hookin away!!As usual it's wonderful!!
Wow, adores your punch needle, are very creative!Sandy from Parma (Italy)
love the stars Sandi...simple little pieces are always my favorite!
Good AM Sandi! I went to Goodwill this week....I purchased TWO full length wool coats for ONE DOLLAR EACH....A couple of jackets for ONE DOLLAR and a few misc. wools. Brought them home, washed, dried, stripped....I now have a beautiful pile of wonderful wool in colors of pumpkin, red, browns, blacks, grey. My search for wool continues!
wow, sounds like you're on your way to hooking!did you strip the wool by hand or did you buy a stripper?
I plan on buying a fraser, we'll see what happens, otherwise I can rent one. Do you have a cutter?
no, i don't have a cutter, i have my wool cut for me when i buy it...
I had some old cheap gold from 20 years ago....I figured it was worth $25....imagine my surprise when he said $140!!! I have another chain to take in, so I'm getting close to my goal. I'm hoping to buy used though to save $$$. What are you working on for Valentine's Day???
I just put a photo of a finished rug a few minutes ago, and I just started another one last night.:)
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