Let's go back to 2016 when the Out of Hand Rughookers Group hosted a "Spring Challenge". The great design was by Kelley Belfast who was inspired by the spring daffodils in bloom at the time. There were limited rules and a deadline in order to be included for a prize. Each of the registered challenge entrants were allowed to vote.
Although I didn't capture photos of all entries here are the ones saved on my flash drive. There was a bounty of nice prizes provided by Lori Brechlin who is the hostess of the Group.
First rug was hooked by Joanne Miller. That Honeycomb wool is a great one to have in your stash because it is so versatile.
Peggy Skulski hooked the black sheep version.
Anne Donaldson also chose a more colorful wool palate with her sheep standing in a field of daffodils.
This rug below was hooked by Shari VanArt with her sheep standing on a spot where two vine-like flowers are growing.