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Wednesday, June 18, 2008

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gayle

I love your rooster! I'm trying to avoid taking up rug-hooking (like I need another hobby. Especially one that creates another stash...) but seeing tempting things like this really makes it hard. I've noticed at the last few sheep&wool festivals I've been to that rug-hooking is becoming more visible. I have to avert my eyes at those booths, and chant "I'm NOT taking up rug-hooking. I'm NOT taking up rug-hooking."
The truly hard part is, my grandmother hooked rugs, and I inherited all her tools. So, it would be so easy... Maybe just a coaster... Or two...

Beth S.

Aw, what a cute rooster! :-) And the rug-hooking tools look so appealing, like the shafts of hand-turned spindles. I can see how they would attract the eye of a "gear"-lover. ;-)

Lorraine

Okay Kim- what color is the scarf and why don't I have it?

(Love your rooster, btw.)

Teyani

The rug is wonderful! My great grandma used to make these, and I have a bunch of her rugs (in storage right now.. alas, no hardwood floors)
It's a wonderful addition to all the other fiber arts.

Bramble is so sweet as well - and I too love that color.. sigh...

Debbie

Love the rooster! Are you going to hang it or what? So great! The scarf is wonderful. Yahoo, Celtics!

Mandy

Ooh, could you share where you got the tools from? Those are really cool!

tiennie

That is a great rug! The scarf is very pretty too!

Valerie

Your rooster is looking wonderful; I love all the colours in him.
What is it about those wooden fibre tools? Lately I've been obsessed with choosing a new spindle (a Golding or Forrester, I'm thinking) and now you present these hooks. Maybe I will have to try rug hooking after all! I, like Josee, am wondering what the rings are for, and are there different sizes of hooks, as with knitting needles?
Your scarf looks so luxurious and touchable and the colour is indeed opulent.

Carole

I love that rug, Kim! And the scarf is beautiful, too.

anne

oh i love both items . . . that rooster is the epitome of roguishness! and i love, love, love the colorway of that scarf!

Josee

I love the rooster, it's looking really good! The rings on the hooking tools, are they decoration only or do they serve a purpose? I'm really curious! :)

margene

The rooster is fabulous...perfectly primitive!

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