Finally got away from background hooking (!!!) and was able to spend some time on more motifs! Part of the time used on this rug is re-designing and changing things as I go! 226 more words
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I learned an artistic textile technique, rughooking, in 1994 and stepped into the pattern making (line drawings) by interpreting traditional folk motifs on frakturs. In other words using someone else’s visual design (centuries old and out of copyright infringement) and composing with an expected balance. 790 more words
We are still dealing with “weather” here as we have an ice event coming with a rain event after…, etc. :) I know all over the country we are having “weather”!!!!!!!! 251 more words
I still have about 6-7 inches of snow in my yard and driveway although I have swept and scooped a path out to the street…! I wish I had brought my snow shovels with me when I moved from Vermont…lol…however, this is such a departure from Vancouver’s regular winter rainy weather that my snow “stuff” would probably not be used much. 177 more words
Despite shoveling some snow to make a path to my garage and clear off my front porch…I had a pleasant “inside” day!!!!
Here is part of my back yard early this morning… 54 more words
I’m hooking right along with this rug and still enjoying the colours I am using!!!
Today’s photo is of the lower right of the rug…I will post a picture of the rug’s right side tomorrow…because of the length of the rug, you get a small long narrow photo when I try to show the whole section I’ve hooked!!! 188 more words