Obviously those are the drawn lines on the picture taken at the antique store of the original. It appears the right side was cut off in the photo taking. But now we get to see how the original was hooked and it makes me feel more invested in the challenge seeing this. Sorry, I don't know who hooked it, this is a challenge which was kindly offered by Woolwrights.
So now to the "fine finishes" segment. This piece was hooked by Sandi Percival and won First in Class and First in Show. She hooked it in a class taught by Kathy in Ontario, Canada. Hey folks, this was a small piece and to get that much detail and so many motifs in a primitive piece is something I've not taken on yet. Not that dang small.
Elizabeth also has a wonderful memory rug as well.
I really wanted to make a comment on Kathy's blog but the comment section has been disabled due to negative anonymous abuse (cyber bullying). SO...... I'm doing it now on my blog.
Kathy, you must be one damn good teacher and bet I could learn lots from you too. Wish I didn't live so far away so we could have play days. AND..... I want to see Mr. Baa..... the Frost sheep rug update. I'm sure there's more done now since this picture.