I started Antique Floral at rug camp just over a month ago. It is one of my largest rugs to date. I have been hooking on it faithfully each day and it seems to be taking forever. I love the look of the antigodlin hooking, but still haven't become a fan. The outer border is also to be hooked that way. (Sorry the picture is so washed out.) I still haven't pulled a loop on Tulip.
Went to an outdoor craft event last weekend and came home with this very cool plant. I was not looking for a houseplant but this one was just calling my name. It's a euphorbia tirucalli, also known as a pencil cactus (though not a true cactus). It only needs to be watered once a month during the spring, summer and fall and not at all during the winter. Talk about a low maintenance plant :)
Rug labeling is proceeding. I've gotten 12 labels sewn on and if I counted rugs without missing any, I have 18 more to go. Thank goodness for my blog or I would have no idea when they were hooked. I found one from 2012 that has not been labeled.
Thanks so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs :)