I've been close to finishing Lancaster Barnyard by Notforgotten Farm for over a week and finally took the hour I needed to pull the last loops.
In the meantime, I've started to make a few sunflowers. Some of these will go on old bedsprings. In October I am vending at Hooked in the Valley in Wooster, Ohio and since it is being billed as more than a hook in, I'm hoping to have some finished goods for sale, too.
Next on the frame? I haven't a clue but it really should be a Christmas gift. I have several gifts I'd like to make, but I usually run out of time.
Here are a few more rugs from rug week at Sauder Village. I can't believe I haven't found the time to post them. (And there are yet more to show.) These were guild challenges. I hope you can enlarge the pictures and read about them.
I can't remember for sure, but I think these rugs were hanging in Ali Strebel's booth. I am a huge fan of Maria Barton's work.
I love how she finished the edges.
The weather here on Ohio's north coast has been more fall-like than August-like. Yesterday was October-like. Oh, and today is September. I know I say it every month, but how can it be? I must say, it is good weather for sleeping :)
I don't watch the news on television, but the pictures I've seen on the internet of Houston are heartbreaking. My thoughts and prayers are with those whose lives have been affected by Harvey.
Thanks so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs :)