Another Magdalena design I hooked was McCue Eagle. It is at my front door for now, but when 1909 Horse is finished that might be my new 'greeter' rug. The photo below was taken on the deck in natural lighting.
In one of the books in my hooking library I saw an antique rug with a stag so decided to adapt it to a chair pad. The shape was intended for a particular antique rocker.
Then wanted to hook a larger rug using different colors for the stag.
In a class with Barb Carroll I hooked Brave Hunter, an antique adaptation and pattern offered by Woolley Fox. You may find it interesting to note the original antique had a gun instead of an arrow in his hands.
challenge or two and hooked some purses. I won't bother you with the small stuff.
In 2011 I hooked a couple Karen Kahle designs; one was Home Tweet Home which quickly sold at a show.
Another Karen Kahle design was Tea Cozy, which I still have. I've thought about dismantling it and doing something else with it since I don't use it as a cozy and it didn't sell at the show. But am not sure what I'd do with it in that curved shape. Can't make a purse out of it because the design would be upside down with the roundness at the bottom.
together. It is a wonderful read and if you quilters don't have this book on your shelf, it should be. Included are all the pattern pieces for the quilt.
Sincerely Jane was a project that could be put aside for a while to work on other things. Knew the deadline and worked accordingly. Was in the mood to hook a design I drew for Polly Minick, which was a small part of a larger design. This is Boy and Dog Parade which was part of Polly's 4th of July design.
fireplace mantle. I've sold a few patterns of this but must admit it is a bear to draw.
In the mood for a small fall fun mat it was time to hook Cat in a Shoe by Lori Brechlin; it is a design in one of her booklets.
It is time for lunch then back to hooking 1909 Horse. FYI, today the droplets of rain in those two spots are still occurring; strange phenomenon for sure.