i've been watching the process...love the result!
thank you! It was a fun project, and I learned a lot!
hi tara!i love her! great job! great colors!did you cut your own wool strips or get them pre-cut? i have never tried to cut my own strips.:) m
Hi Melissa,I had a rug hooking friend cut the strips for me. Thank you for your comments as always.
she's fabulous!i love the orange cheeks and the sweet little mouth. (how'd you end up outlining the arms?)
What a wonderful project and I just love the end result. This certainly isn't the hook rugging of the 70s! Your work just keeps getting stronger and stronger. Hope you are well and have a great summer!xoxoxoxopip
thank you celeste. Hee hee, that's the secret tip Sharon told me about.Pilar, thanks for dropping by. So good to "see" you!
This is SO great!!
thanks junker jane!
She is amazing! I am so excited to learn to rug hook...not sure I can wait until my class in October.
Thank you Lisa, I couldn't wait either!
very cool tara, i love her! and now you're adding rug hooking to your repetoire...and your newest reworked bird piece is great.
I think it is wonderful!
Beautiful! I love it!
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