Monday, September 23, 2019

What Was MY Throw Down Rug you ask ??

Here is what my rug Oh Glorious Day looked like on the lawn at Cape May Thursday the 12th.
And now 11 days later this is all the change that has been made.  Oops, see some loops were pulled out at the top of the rug when removing the rug from the frame.  But that will be easy to repair.
Guess I'd better get my hooking groove revved up as I've rug camp in November AND STILL have the Glazer Antique Hearts rug to finish.  

Grass cutting is drawing to the close so that will reduce some un-fun work.  Yet already had to start trimming forsythia bushes which are WAY out of control.  But I'm sure I'll find time for the FUN time.

Happy Hooking.



  1. I like this one!!! It looks happy and welcoming ­čŹé
    I bet you just can't wait for my descriptors on rug designs huh? Heehee. At least I didn't have to make up special words this time­čśŐ
    Have a great evening.

  2. Hi Saundra,
    Another great rug and I agree that it is a happy one!! There always seems to be work to do, but how wonderful that there is also FUN afterwards!!! Hope the yard work goes quickly for you!!! Take care and don't work too hard!
    Heart Hugs~
    Julie xo

  3. You are moving right along on that very cute rug! Seems there is always something to get in the way of our hooking time, regardless of the season.


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