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FIELDS OF FLOWERS

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Can you dream of the sun on your face in fields of flowers?

Hook this rug and cheer up your room and warm your heart!

This was such a joy-filled rug to hook.  

15% off this week! Available as a kit too!

 

 

USING YOUR HANDS IS GOOD FOR THE SOUL.

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LIMITED EDITION 2023 RESURRECTION RUG

ALSO AVAILABLE AS A KIT

2023
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Want a design you don’t see? I will work with you to create a uniquely you pattern.
 

 

SO EXCITED!

Love vibrant colors?

Check back as we will be adding lots in the next couple weeks! Stay tuned!

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HEIRLOOM.

I hand dye my wool, then wool is cut into strips and pulled through backing. Traditional folk art in every way

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Primitive Rug Hooking

Rug hooking is both an art and a craft where rugs are made by pulling loops of yarn or fabric through a stiff woven base such as burlap, linen, or rug warp. The loops are pulled through the backing material by using a crochet-type hook mounted in a handle for leverage.

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Punch Needle

Punch needle is similar to rug hooking and entirely different. Picture a pen with a needle attached to the end. To use it, you thread the needle with your yarn or thread, then punch the needle end through your hooped fabric and pull up a loop of the fiber. It goes much faster than traditional embroidery, and you can mix and match different fibers, weights and stitch heights to create to-die-for textures and designs.  It’s a lot of fun and there are a ton of tutorial videos to help you get started. 

 

 

 

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