Sarah’s Cat (12 x 12)
Hooked by Beth Pearce
Hooked by Beth Pearce of Malvern, Ohio. A super fun small mat. The hit ‘n’ miss cat is just super. Also note the border. Beth hooked a great muted plaid in the border by hooking the sections of the plaid pattern as they actually are in the original wool fabric. A super fun way to hook a border.
Saugus (48 x 73)
Hooked by Paula Fenter
Hooked by Paula Fenter of Tyler, Texas. A great focal point for any room, the colors are just perfect together and the bright red in the center anchors the rug.
Saugus (48 x 73)
Hooked by Mary Magnuson
Hooked by Mary Magnuson of Stillwater, Minnesota. Okay everyone! Look at this! A spectacular rug – notice the simplicity of the design and the elegance in which it is hooked. Mary danced the colors around the rug perfectly. The great thing is that this rug has no up or down. Super easy to use.
Schooner (35 x 45)
Hooked by Edyth O’Neill
About “Schooner” from Edyth: The brave and fast little schooner operated in 1775 capturing a number of British prizes even though the “SPY” carried only 6 guns. When the “SPY” was first fighting, neither the nation nor the flag had been born, but the spirit of both swirled around her. Later the fast “SPY” was chosen by the congress to carry a copy of the treaty with France, which helped us prevail in the war, although the schooner herself did not make it home safely ever again. If any Stonington historian or perhaps some descendant of Robert Niles the captain, can add anything to our history of the little Schooner, please do! Thomas Rice, the first owner of our Connecticut cape house was one of the crew.
Sky Pony (26 x 34)
Hooked by Nancy Thompson
Hooked by Nancy Thompson of Athens, Georgia. The movement of the background in this rug is neat. You just know that horse is “moving as fast as he can!” Fun to hook and definitely wonderful rug.