Thanks for the show!I have lots of squirrels, but thankfully they have not (yet) caused any damage. On the other hand, they are eating my son's wood porch railings :(
The first one, the doll is a Kindred Spirit design, of which I made several. Still have two which I never got around to selling. That "Fat Fat" design is so cute and from Mad Hen Prims. Enjoyed all the hooked items!
The Catnip and those peppermint tulips are my faves! :-)
What amazing rugs. Thanks for posting so many pictures! The squirrel joke made me smile too.
What a wonderful variety of rugs and styles. Some are so simple, some so complicated, and yet I'm each every one of them takes hours and hours and yards and yard of wool to create, not to mention skill! Have I mentioned how much I love the painterly ability of wool stripes to create the images. The wool strips used in some of the backgrounds add so much richness to the rugs. Beautiful, all! Thanks for sharing them with us.
Wow! Eye candy galore. Love, love the doll. What a unique hooking project. You have to make one of those.
Gosh there are some lovely pieces there - thanks for sharing!
Beautiful rugs. There are so many different styles in this post. It's such fun to look at them all. I love the oak leaves and acorns, too. It's colors capture the feeling of autumn.
Gorgeous rugs. I really like the red and white tulips, very striking.