2014-New AUTUMN Mystery rug/Sunnie/rug hooking/24″-Day 5

Hooray!!!   I feel like I am really going fast on this one!!!   I’m giving you more pictures of different areas of the rug today…you can see the different plaids a bit better as I have lightened the photos just a bit.   I Love plaids!!!!  🙂

I am really enjoying this one too…the colours remind me of the beautiful Vermont Autumns – my favourite Season in Vermont – and I always enjoy working with plaids.   You never know, when using them for the first time, how they will look when hooked!!!!   Also, the herringbones and other textured wools hook up nicely too.   The purple I am using is an old skirt…(not a plaid) so I am using up some older wools I’ve had for ages!!!!  LOL

Well, enough talk..   Here is Progress on Day 5:AutumnTues4Happy Hooking…hope you enjoy the plaids!!!!   Sunnie  🙂

Autumn MysTues




Author: Sunnie-oldcrowfarm

I am a folk artist now living in Vancouver, Washington. We loved our Vermont "Old Crow Farm" but now I live in a little cottage with a bright yellow front door! I no longer have my business but still love designing and hooking rugs and experimenting with colour...! I do "mystery rugs" on my Blog and that is great fun!

2 thoughts on “2014-New AUTUMN Mystery rug/Sunnie/rug hooking/24″-Day 5”

  1. Fall and Halloween kind of go together. Could there be a Sunnie witch in there by any chance. Say a black pointy hat and a purple witch dress?

    You are having way too much fun with this mystery rug, but that’s OK, we love you just the same.

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