Thursday, March 22, 2012

Auntie Peanut ~

What a busy week it's been!  Between my day job, yard work and my two evening digital camera class, there has been no time for fun stuff (ie, hooking or punching!). 
The camera class was only 4 hours and I did learn about some of the camera settings, but it didn't really cover things I was hoping it would.  No real suggestions on how to get true colors when taking pics of hooked rugs.  I also wanted to learn more about when a person should use the program auto, intelligent auto, etc.  Maybe one of these days I'll have to take a look at the manual.  It is on a dvd and I can't figure out how to print it.  Pretty sad, no?  I guess that would be the first step.  Baby steps, right?
Next up on the frame is Auntie Peanut.  I ordered the pattern from Saundra of Woodland Junction and that sweet blogging friend gifted it to me knowing that I was hooking it as a birthday gift.  Isn't it just the greatest pattern?  THANK YOU, SAUNDRA :)


Saundra's Auntie Peanut.  I hope mine comes out half that good!


For all you hooker wannabees and newbie hookers, Saundra has some really great, very reasonably priced kits that even contain the hook. For experienced hookers, she has wonderful patterns. She also has dolls, bears, and so much more on her website. You won't be disappointed!

Thanks so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs :)
Lauren


11 comments:

old crow said...

Lauren, I love your new rug!! I just finished mine...now I have to put it in my "to bind" pile. I have yet to completely finish one!! :) Also, I take the worst photos ever!! I need to take a class!! I know your rug will be beautiful!! Have fun!! :)
Hugs, Mona

Karen/My Colonial Home said...

Oh my gosh Lauren Auntie Peanut is just too darned cute...I love her.
Thanks for sharing her with us and I know yours will be an equal!
Karen

WoolenSails said...

That is a really fun one and love the 3 D effect.

Debbie

Primitives By The Light of The Moon said...

Now that is just as cute as can be....bet you have a lot of fun hooking this one!
Have a wonderful weekend :)

Janice said...

Oh, I love that Auntie Peanut rug!

moosecraft said...

Oh my! Auntie Peanut looks to be a fun lady! The hair and the bow really makes a great difference! Looking forward to seeing your interpretation Lauren!

acorn hollow said...

I love auntie peanut. Sandra does the best rugs I follow her also.
I too am so tec challanged I guess I need to get better at it too.
cathy

Mugwump Woolies said...

I just love this rug!
Robyn

BumbleBeeLane said...

Oh my goodness I LOVE that mammy rug.I got a sheep kit here but haven't been brave enough yet to try.I will definately bookmark her site so I can order once I get started.I'm sure the birthday girl will be thrilled.Warm Blessings!~Amy

Sassafras and Winterberry said...

What a great pattern! I can't wait to see what you'll do with it!
Hugs,
Courtney

TheCrankyCrow said...

Argghhh!! I LOVE this one! I don't think I'm familiar with her patterns/designs....if so, definitely not THIS one!! Gonna pay her a visit when I sign off here.... Aodrable!! That hair just kills me! Have fun with this one!! Smiles & Hugs ~ Robin