I've decided to continue hooking on the Red Lion rug until all the loops are pulled then will go back to the camp rug. Just now when I took a photo decided to do a test. The photo below was taken close to the rug as I wanted to see if it changed the appearance of the rug than the photo taken further away. Sometimes I've wanted to get close to the rug to get the whole rug in focus. And it DOES make everything look brighter.
The photo taken further away is more closely to what I see on my frame. What I did tho was 'crop' the photo so there wasn't a lot of excess around the pattern.
Have a great evening and hope you are looking forward to settling in for a long winter with hooking projects. I've got a pile of patterns to keep me entertained and lots to wool to do them with.
Love the rich deep colors of this lion.ReplyDelete
I'm already eyeing several projects to take me through the winter ! The wind is howling outside, even as I write this.
Love your lion. I have more than enough to keep me busy until next winter.ReplyDelete
Red Lion is just wonderful and am happy you are close to getting him all hooked! He will surely keep you company during those dr visits!
Our weather here is damp and wet with more tomorrow!! We seldom get rain so am enjoying it!
Stay warm and happy hooking!
We went from 75* on Friday to me driving in a near blizzard on Saturday. UGH! I don't want winter either.ReplyDelete
Red Lion is totally awesome!
Its a great lion! Love ur mats! Enjoy ur hooking this winter!ReplyDelete
He's a beauty!ReplyDelete
ditto all that Lauren said except the driving part...I was safe inside when the ice storm hit here...ReplyDelete
thinking of tackling a huge rug this winter...
Good progress on that handsome guy! Hope you have a Happy Thanksgiving!ReplyDelete
You inspire me with how hard you work!!ReplyDelete