I recently finished a footstool for a friend. It gave me a chance to look at alternate ways to do the finishing. I did all the work during my Live! Lessons. You can join me every . Because these were filmed live they are a bit long, but you get to see every step. Grab […]
These patterns are not available yet. I will notify you using my email newsletter, so be sure you are a current subscriber. See the sign up box below. Hooking a footstool is easy. Getting the footstool body built and padded is the most common obstacle. And then you need to find the feet, and probably […]
Do I hook the area at the outside edge of the footstool pattern or is that where it turns under? I’ve been asked that question more than once so here is an in-depth answer.
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.
Ideas on how to hook the footstool rug hooking pattern, Rosenweeds, designed by Cindi Gay.
Your rug hooked footstool needs feet. Here are some sources.
The Rose Diamond Footstool pattern is based on the square I hooked for the ATHA Educational Raffle rug in 2011. The border is a special rug hooking technique called beading that creates a dotted line.
Rose Scroll Footstool Pattern, a large primitive rose surrounded with leaves and a scroll. Hook the sides of the footstool in hit and miss for a flawless finish.
Rug Hooked Footstool patterns. I hook a bit here and a bit there to get a feel for the pattern and to complete the background before I finish the motifs.