Scrap Sheep

rug hooking, sheep

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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I like making things, creativity, creative people, food, fabric, glass, painting, reading, my community, my family, my friends and my dogs.
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4 Responses to Scrap Sheep

  1. jenyjenny says:

    Love it a lot! What sort of scraps do you use, wool?

    • piecedgoods says:

      Thanks! I used wool scraps, though I’m interested in trying now cotton quilting scraps and t shirt fabric scraps since those type of fabrics are more plentiful in my scrap bin!

  2. Lynda says:

    Your justification works for me! Cute project. I haven’t tried that yet but my Mom used to make pillows for my children.

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