Friday, June 12, 2020


The corner of a rolled up rug caught my eye and thought....gee that faded look antique flower turned out nicely.  So decided to post it as my 'flashback Friday' post.
It was a Lib Callaway design I purchased from Hook Nook when Margaret Lutz had the shop.  It was #227 Primitive Horse and this is how it looks rolled out. 
I started it in a Betsy Reed class using torn strips, #9.5 and #10.  It was hooked 2017.  It looks more like a warm weather rug so might replace the 1909 Horse which is in front of the fireplace now.

Happy Friday and happy hooking.



  1. Hi Saundra,
    I have always enjoyed seeing this rug and love the colors!!! Those are some wide strips!!! I haven't tried any that wide yet.....just 8 and 8.5!! One of these days!!! It will look really good in front of your fireplace, but so does the horse!!! So many choices!!!! Love them all!!
    Hope you have a great weekend!!
    Heart Hugs~
    Julie xo

  2. wonderful color as all your rugs are.

  3. You captured the aged fading of those flowers perfectly Saundra! And what's not to love about crows/blackbirds?? ;-) ~Robin~

  4. I can't believe it's already been 3 years since you hooked that wonderful Lib Callaway pattern. Mine is still sitting in my stash.

  5. Never had an opportunity to take a class from Betsy, but would jump at the opportunity.


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