Thursday, February 8, 2018

Finis x 3 ~


 
Three little mats hooked.  Three little mats bound :)  I hooked another version of Red House Wool Studio's Key to my Olde Heart.  You can find the pattern here.

 
Two of the mats even have labels!  I hate when I sew them on crooked (even though I carefully pin them on straight), so after taking this picture, I redid it.  This mat was bound with the wool I used for the background.

 
This mat was whipped with #8 cut worms, the colors used in the background.  It was hard to get a good picture.  I like the look, but find it hard on the hands to do.
 
 
 
New England Gravestone Urn by Old Scotties Primitives was whipped with wool yarn.  Another finish I like and much easier on the hands.
 

I'm very close to finishing my Tulip & Peony rug, pattern by Maggie Bonanomi.  Hopefully I will show that finish in my next post.
 
Thanks so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs :)
Lauren

10 comments:

acorn hollow said...

I have whipped two rugs this week also one more to go.
Good job lots of hard work makes you feel great to see it.
Cathy

denise said...

love the heart mat!

Saundra said...

You've been working overtime and accomplished a LOT. Love your hearts and key pieces. My labels never seen to get sewn on straight even tho I pin mine too. Frankly, a lot of time it is due to the uneven edge of the rug sometimes on mine.

Julie - My Primitive Heart said...

Hi Lauren,
Great job on the binding!! I know you have to feel so good to get those done! Love your labels, too!! Hope you have a great weekend!!
Heart Hugs~
Julie

Barbara Shores ~ Village Folk Art said...

I just learned a new hooking word ... 'whipped'. Sounds good to me and I love all of your rugs. The labels are sweet too. Do you make your own?
Great work with Folk Art Hugs, Barb

Farm Girl said...

I like your finishes and I really like your edges. So perfect. Its easier on my hands to whip them with yarn too.
You do such nice rugs Lauren.

WoolenSails said...

Wonderful rugs and finishes, perfect for Valentines.
I should try some mats, and maybe bind some old ones that have been sitting;)

Debbie

woolwoman said...

congrats on your finishes Lauren - I thought the #8 cut whipped edges looked very nice. You do a great job on all your finishing - have a good weekend - Mel

Jennie in GA said...

What a neat finisher you are. Ihave yet to try the wool strip method. Yours looks quite tidy. I have seen others that were not so neat with the wool strips appearing twisted. Congrats on your finishes.

Prims By The Water said...

What a great rug for Valentine's. Great job!Janice