Nope, still not finished but am corralling that sheep at what seems like a snail's pace. Am so glad to have at least tried hooking the one corner to see if that would 'ground' the piece and make it better. By unanimous decision by me and comments left on the blog the triangles won. If you'd like to see the post with the corner block hooked just scroll down my blog or maybe it was even in December.
During the hooking process of the border have used ONLY worms from my baggies. Numerous times I wonder if my choices are good putting a color beside another...as that color is just two or three blocks down so now what?? And also the value in color needs to be in the equation.
Looking at the rug above I'm questioning my three (3) tan blocks and wonder if they should be another light value color. OMG, my friend Evelyn Lawrence continually tells me I'm my own worst enemy (critic).
So tonight perhaps I'll continue to whip the edge of A Day in the Country with the wool yarn as I've not finished the second side and there's more to do. Then I'll have an opportunity to look at my sheep rug.
OH!!!!! I think that when taking a picture of a rug that I should put a level on top to be sure it is placed on the floor straight. However, perhaps that right side is shorter because there is unhooked space there. Hmmm, ya think?
Have a great evening folks. I'm cold here and happy to have some homemade soup to warm my 'innards' as my family used to say.