Rug hook a sunset or sunrise sky and water using simple techniques and the right wool.
Pin12 Tweet Share +1This entry is part 1 of 2 in the series Sunset or sunriseI received a call from Rhonda Smith about dyeing wool for a sunset sky. An image popped in my mind. I asked her to mail me the photo she had in mind (colors do not always translate well in emails […]
My new rug hooked footstool design, Nature’s View, has trees at each corner and is designed to be hooked so that each corner is a season. I have a long list of ideas to get you started with your rug hooking journey on this one.
Tweet +1 Share PinThis pictorial is a very simple design, but really pulls you in. Joanne hooked the largest birch trees that I know of using my specially dyed rug hooking wool. This rug is 21″ x 34″. The sky was done using my sky wool and the method described in my book, Pictorial Basics, […]
Pin563 Tweet Share +1This entry is part 3 of 8 in the series Jasmine’s Butterfly GardenToday I had a few moments to hook, but no brain energy to scour up the next few colors. I decided to get some of the sky hooked. The method I am using is described in my book, Pine Trees, […]
A dark outline can really set off your motifs. You may even need a second outline in a different value. See the examples.
I originally designed “Cabin in the Woods” for Sherry Sayles. See the original photo and the results of her hard work.
Hook the perfect natural looking sky with this specially dyed rug hooking wool.