After my last post, several hookers gave their input as to putting rugs on the floor, especially in high traffic areas. Some do. Some don't. These are the rugs I have on the floor in the living room.
Magdalena runner ~ a no traffic area :)
At the base of the stairs. This is a high traffic area, but this is a rug purchased on eBay years ago, hooker unknown (a great reason to label your rugs and of course I am guilty of not doing that often).
What Nots ~ pattern by Woolley Fox. My TV is hiding in the bottom of the cupboard.
My Ellie rug ~ pattern by Cammie Bruce, Baskets of Wool.
I think pattern is called Red Bird of Pennsylvania, by our dear Saundra of Woodland Junction. Hooked by Karin, a local hooker and friend. The colors are so much better in person! She sold it on eBay and I purchased it when the original buyer placed it up for auction. Karin's seller ID is Primitivespirits.
I also have a few mats on antique stools.
I purchased this MANY years ago on eBay when I first started hooking. Hooked by Jane Augenstein. I believe she was Liberty Homestead.
This pattern was from one of the primitive/stitchy type magazines. Of course I don't remember which one :)
Finally, another eBay purchase from years ago. Not labeled so hooker/designer unknown.
Grandson Jake and I made some memories this week. We went and saw Captain Underpants Thursday evening and yesterday we went to Seneca Caverns. I hadn't been there since my boys were his age.
Panning for gems.
In a couple hours DSO and I are heading to Michigan for the afternoon and tomorrow I hope to get to the Garden Fair at Quailcrest Farm. And I wonder why I'm not getting anything done :)
Thanks so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs :)