Yes, the last loops were pulled on the Horse Trainer, an antique adaptation of a rug originally hooked by Julia Eastman Stubbs of Maine. She hooked it around 1860. I chose the right side of the rug as my project since I had a horse as a teen. Although I didn't use a whip it was depicted in the original rug.
Now the rug needs to be bound ~~ and not my favorite thing to do. Yet it is part of the process unless you have the revenue to afford someone else to do that part for you. UH.... I don't.
I'm considering whipping this with wool purchased from Ali at Cape May rug camp but not sure if there is enough.
The rug measures 22 x 47. The round yank of wool measures 28" long and there are 39 strands.
.....yarn 28" long X 2 = 56" ~ Times 39 strands round.
Me thinks me needs to ponder this a little more and recall my math skills to see if I have enough.
Have a great Friday evening.