Am sure you're thinking...'so what's new' since I'm always changing my mind. Per my last blog post plans were to vacuum the wool threads, dust, etc. and ponder the border. That vacuum hasn't been moved 😁.
Figured if I took time to decide a strategy for the border would always find an excuse to why not pull it out again:
~ will hook up quickly anyway so it can wait
~ haven't decided what to do with it yet
~ am more interested in moving onto something new
You get the idea; so that is why it stayed on my frame and pushed myself to pull more loops. But now need my loyal readers to give me your opinion. I started the top border first using a variegated textured wool above the grey. But was afraid the hint of red again would be overkill.
I don't mind pulling out loops and sure do value my readers' opinion. So what would you do if it was your rug?
Something else.... I mentioned wool dust in my previous post and thought I'd show you a wonderful product offered by The Wool Farm. It is fantastic for keeping threads and snippets off the working space of your pattern. I own two ~ have one beside me at home and sometimes when going to camp would forget to pack it. So purchased another to keep in my camp supplies ready to go.
Flood warnings for this area have been posted and will wait and see if it ends up being a tropical storm. We do need the rain as the farmers and the rest of us have a drought here. But if we get a high level of rain it might be too much all at one time.
Happy hooking, stay safe and keep yourself in a happy place. Rug hooking is always my happy place.