Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Sunflowers ~


 
My sunflowers are hooked and the petals proddied.  Three of them are probably too big to put on a bedspring but the fourth one, though hard to tell, was hooked a bit smaller.


I got the backs sewn on two of them.  Just a piece of wool secured with a whip stitch.  

 
The one on the left had the top row proddied with all the same color wool.  The one on the right I used about 5 or 6 different wools and I like that better. 
 

Click here if you would like a simple explanation on how to proddy using your rug hook.  It's been at least two years since I lost my proddy tool.  GGGRRRR!
 
Thanks so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs :)
Lauren

14 comments:

WoolenSails said...

Those came out beautifully and I like the mix of wools.

Debbie

Dog Trot Farm said...

I love these!!

Three Sheep Studio said...

Lauren, I love these ! Gorgeous, rich and full. Beautiful work ;)
Rose

acorn hollow said...

They are very pretty now where do you get the bed springs.
cathy

Julia said...

Great job on those sunflowers. I'd use them in some Fall decorations with gourds and other colorful foliage. They are so nice and could be use in a number of ways.

I hope that you find your proddy tool soon.
Hugs,
JB

Saundra said...

They look wonderful in your fall gourd arrangement! Thinking of you today (and every day) sweet woman.

Earlene L. said...

Love that look Lauren.
Hope your doing well.
Hugs
Earlene

Mugwump Woolies said...

Wonderful!!!
Robyn

Primitive Stars said...

OH so sweet, love them Lauren.Blessings Francine.

Farm Girl said...

They are just lovely Lauren, you did such a nice job. You never found that tool? I thought you would be by now.
They really look like real sunflowers. I love that color of yellow.

The Eveningstitcher said...

Thanks for the tutorial, Lauren! It looks easy enough...but we'll see! Love the sunflowers, big and small!!

susan hemann said...

beautiful! thank you for the explanation also I will have to check into getting a prody tool,

moosecraft said...

Awesome! They look perfect as bowl fillers! :-)

Shuttle, Hook and Needle said...

Lovely sunflowers!!