The theme of the day is SHEEP.
I've gathered photos of my hooked sheep rugs for some eye candy.
This is my design from back in 2005-ish.
I wanted the gentle arch for over a doorway or for the entrance to a room.
I'm not sure of the designer but I recall trying to channel Karen Kahle's style when I hooked it.
This one was one I put aside for years before completing- not common for me.
This pattern came from a store on Prince Edward Island.
Again, I am not sure of the designer and the photo doesn't show the
edges to justice.
The border adds a bit of fun to an otherwise
Speaking of PEI, I took this photo when I was there too.
It comes from Orwell Corner Historic Village, a real gem outside Charlottetown.
If you've never been to PEI put it on your list.
There are many things to do there beside Anne of Green Gables.
Just picked up the next read for the book club:
Kate Atkinson's "Behind the Scenes at the Museum."
I've never read any of her books but Mom is a fan.
This afternoon I'm having a hooking friend in for a cuppa and
an oatcake. Very Maritime!
Is anyone sad to be saying good-bye to January?
For me February brings more sunshine, a four day hook-in
and a wet and dry felting class.