Sky Rug Hooking Wool

December 27, 2009 4 comments | Updated July 24, 2021

Written by Cindi Gay

Sky wool for rug hooking

This 1/8 yard of hand dyed dipped wool.  I triple dip this wool and cook it extra long to preserve this precious blue color for as long as possible.  Cut this wool horizontally and hook it into zones as described in ‘Pine Trees, Grass and Sky.”

Sky wool is now provided by
Some examples of this sky hooked:

Close up of hooked pemberville sky

The sky above has faded. As a result, I now dye the wool darker using the same formula. During the dyeing process, I cook blues extra long to help prevent fading, but unfortunately, blue is still the first color to fade.

Jasmine's Butterfly Garden designed by Jeanne Benjamin
Jasmine's Butterfly Garden

Hooked by Sally Freund, Perrysburg, OH

If you have any questions or comments about this product, please leave a message below or send me an email via the Contact Me page. The ruler included in the photo is 6" long.

If you used this wool in a rug and would like to share it, please send me a photo of the rug. Be sure to include your name, the pattern name, the size of the rug, the # of this wool and any other information you would like shared.

Send me a photo of your hooked sky!! I’d love to add it to the collection here.

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