This was my first go at rug hooking. Like many crafts, it was torturous at first, much better later, and enjoyable by the time I was finished. As much as the idea of starting another rug hooking project is enticing now, I have the other 100+ other projects to finish up or maybe officially abandon before I start another hooking project. Though maybe starting another ones of these don’t count as a new project because it uses up scraps. (This is how I justify all quilting projects by the way)
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