Friday, August 14, 2009

The rugs of Sauder Village ~ part 1

Thank you so much for stopping by for the first of the Sauder Village hooked rugs. I have lots of pictures to share with you in the next few posts. The rugs were phenomenal, as always. So many talented hookers out there!
Since the blog is rugs AND pugs, I thought I'd start with the only hooked pug rug I have ever seen. It was obviously a much loved pug who has gone to the rainbow bridge.
A close up showing the attached rhinestone (?) collar.
The rest of today's rugs in no particular order.
You can click on them to enlarge.
Enjoy the show!

Another version of the same rug.
Please stop back. I have many, many more pictures.
Pug hugs :)


Kathy (woolfind) said...

More awesome pictures! Thanks for sharing and will definitely stop back again... That pug rug was wonderful~

Unknown said...

Thanks so much for sharing your pictures with us. I really enjoy looking at each of them!

Jasminmoon said...

Hey Lauren! Thanks for sharing the photos! Wish I could be there with you! Of course, like you I LOVE the pug rug....I keep looking at mine and thinking about hooking them into a rug...I do know where to find a pattern! Go to She has one on one of the last pages of her patterns!

Gayle said...

What great photos! Look forward to seeing more of the rug pictures.

Rugs and Pugs said...

Ladies ~
Thank you so much for stopping by. I have many more pics to share.
Jasminmoon ~ (So sorry I don't remember your name!) Alice over at Folk Art Primitives told me about the pug rug at nolahooks. I would never be able to color plan the rug! Even if I could, there is no way I could hook with such a fine cut! The rug is so realistic looking ~ I am so impressed. What talent!
Pug hugs:)