There were 15 rugs and mats finished during 2020. First one was a Cushing pattern of a Winter Sled. Cathy of Acorn Hollow hooked one and posted it on her blog and loved it. As luck would have it she was given another in a swap and I was fortunate to receive it in a giveaway ~ thanks Cathy.
Spruce Ridge Studios was the next pattern on my frame. Often I will tweak a design to make it more 'me' so this one has a border all the way around, not just on the top and bottom. I know the worms were a border of sorts but wanted it to look framed.
The Charters of Freedom are group of three documents which protects our freedom: The Declaration of Independence, Constitution and Bill of Rights. The framers of our Country were ever thoughtful of citizens at the time. Tho they did their best to protect us from tyranny little did they know what has transpired since.
HERE. I purchased the pdf and just might hook another later.
The Woolly Santa pattern by Karen Kahle had been in my stash for several years and finally decided to hook it. Again using my tweaking powers 😏 made my Santa without a sack in front. Instead he was holding the smaller lamb in his arms instead of it appearing as tho it was popping out of the sack.
The Wool Farm. Frankly I'm considering removing the button clock and pulling wool from that area so I can hook the actual clock which was intended to be hooked.
So there you have the 15 patterns I hooked during the pandemic lockdown. I mean, there was nothing else to do but hook and eat 😁. Well guess I could have cleaned my house but who would want to do that when they can play with wool?
Today's chore is cutting grass and it just might be the last time it will need cutting this year...if I'm lucky. The weather is changing and so is the growing cycle.