A few posts ago I told you of my losing a few rug labels I'd printed out. I know they were printed and cut out but have no idea what happened to them. And, nope, they never surfaced. So with enough labels to fill a page I printed out more.
When hooking an antique adaptation I like to put the original picture on the label as with the hearts and Great Granddaughter's rug. Otherwise usually print a picture of the design by the maker of the pattern to show another version other than what I've hooked.
A tutorial of making rug labels can be seen on my blog by clicking HERE. If you wanted to know my thoughts on cutters, rug frames, etc. all you need to do is type those key words in the space at the top left side of my blog.
On my grocery list today is Glad Press and Seal. For what you ask? I've heard that if you press that on the bottom of the rug you're working on, when pulling the rug off the frame it helps prevent loops from being pulled out. Also, I'm such a slob at meal time there's always salad dressing which doesn't make it to my mouth but makes it to my top. Now I'll be prepared by pressing some of that on the front of my linen top.
Happy Saturday everyone.