Woolley Fox design, and this is hooked by Barb Carroll. I took a picture of it at her home one May. Seeing another hooked version on Rugs and Pugs renewed my interest in this design.
One year at Cape May I purchased Turkey and Tallowberies which I love. It is a Lori Brechlin design sold by Kris Miller of Spruce Ridge Studios.
In my stash is an old design drawn on burlap. You read right...burlap, and guess that is why I never hooked it. It is #227 Primitive Horse when Margaret Lutz had Hook Nook that I purchased it. So I might put it on linen and hook that. It is a Lib Callaway design which is now being offered by Jeanne Benjamin.
And if that weren't enough on my list 'to hook' out of the 31 rug patterns, here is one my friend Deb gave me. She must have loved the design because she bought it twice. It is called "Gossip" and is yet another design of Woolley Fox. The design reminds us of a metal sculpture in the Woolley Cottage.
Guess you are all wondering what other patterns I must have in my stash. In the past I have sold some to weed out the piles because my interests change and what was purchased on a whim no longer interests me later.
Funny thing is that Simple Gifts was purchased last year on a whim at the November camp and ended up hooking it this May with Barb.
So you're right Kim, I'm a fickle hooker and can't believe anything I say about what is on the frame next. Guess you've been busy hooking since getting your paper done and the grass all cut.
Have a great Sunday and be kind to one another.