Monday, June 24, 2013

Westmoreland Ponies

Long time no write.  Unfortunately summer is here with a vengeance with lots of rain so needed to take time to cut grass and pull a few (with the emphasis on 'few') weeds.  I'm glad that task was done on Saturday before this heat and humidity happened.  The feel like temperatures were in the 90's this afternoon, according to the weather man.  And could verify that when I walked 25 minutes to get my mail and return.  The A/C certainly felt good when I opened the door.

And believe it or not, I've been drawing out more patterns.  Today I drew 3 and have about 8 more to go so will work on those tomorrow.  That just after shipping the pile last week.  Oh well, keeps this girl with pin money for more wool and rug camps.

Yard work and drawing patterns means there haven't been as many loops pulled on my newest project Westmoreland Ponies. 
This is a design by Barb Carroll and measures 20 x 29, so it isn't a really big rug and shouldn't take me too long to hook it.  Uh, but still haven't finished binding the Oh Deer and haven't even started the binding process on the Henny Penny yet.  But eventually it will be done because I want to put Oh Deer in front of my kitchen sink; time to give the Crow and Corn rug a rest.

Stay cool and be kind to one another.



  1. Hi, Saundra,
    I love that Westmoreland Ponies! I hooked that a couple of years ago, it's such a neat rug. I'll send you a picture.


  2. I'd say you are off to a good start on Westmoreland Ponies!!!
    Still not hooking here...sigh.
    Hugs :)

  3. As I sit and stitch, I can actually see the grass growing ! lol
    Your new rug is lovely. ;)

  4. that is a very nice rug. Summer is here now too. Weeds love this weather.
    Stay cool and hook lots!

  5. Love how you're hooking the horses Saundra!
    Stay cool!


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