This was hooked by me using worms from my baskets. It is an antique geometric pattern which has been around and duplicated for many years. I call mine "Granny Geometric" since it reminds me of the granny square afghans I crocheted in my younger years.
Those of you who have been following me for a while know this project was stashed away for about 5 years at one point. I'd just gotten bored. Then decided to bring it out of hiding. Eventually my followers and friends encouraged me to continue to finish it.
Happily it is done, bound and my friend Evelyn Lawrence told me to never sell it. Not sure why she said that other than she must love it and thinks it looks like an antique.
Okay then... So who would like to make their own hooked afghan piece of history? This is the line drawing I used to trace out my rug. You can choose your own dimensions by just using this grid. You should be able to right click and print this picture, I think.
In the picture below I've placed a measuring tape so you can see the dimensions used for my rug. BUT...... you could enlarge or reduce these to fit your wishes. If you wanted to do a needle punch then reduce the size.
Also, If you look at this rug again (below) you could hook those end half-shapes just dark to simulate a saw tooth border, or hook it like I've done with a straight border all around.
Today was a rough day trying to finish cutting the rest (almost the rest) of my massive yard. With the riding mower DOA and today the motorized wheels of my push mower dropped dead also. I'm at a loss for next week when the yard needs mowing again.
I hear you loud and clear Kim..... "Oh the joys of home ownership".
Have a great evening everyone.