Hooking a natural sky: Step 1

July 25, 2011 0 comments | Updated March 12, 2018

Written by Cindi Gay

rug hooking a sky
The first pass of sky is hooked in loosely

Today 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, Grass and Sky. Hooking in the sky loosely helps to make the project move faster and helps to keep the man made look out of the sky. The only time in a landscape you hook perfect straight lines are when you are hooking something man made such as roofing or siding.

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