Here are some close up pictures of Rose’s rug.
Here is what Marilyn Lewis wrote:
The rug frame is secured in a tabletop vise (borrowed from my husband), also kept misplacing my scissors, hence the hooks on the sides and found that a Philips screwdriver worked better for me to push the weave up. It went kinda fast once I got the hang of it, great instructions on the DVD.
This is from Heather in Ohio.
And Gloria from Iowa has hers quilted and bound. Congratulations to both gals!
I got quite a few orders for rug books and DVDs in the mail yesterday and today and have them ready to go out so if you’ve sent your check, your order is likely on its way. It’s not too late to join in the Rug Along. The DVD will hold your hand each step of the process and a handsome rag rug will find its way to your home as a result. The frame and old clothes will be all you’ll ever need for rugs the rest of your life! Frames can be built any size (within reason) to accommodate the space you choose, placemat, table runner, floor tread, throw rug, smaller or larger rug – you decide. Build your frame and start weaving (actually it’s called twining) today!
And a side note about the goats. It is brutally cold here but you probably remember that I give the old Christmas trees to the goats. Here is Charlene enjoying Connie’s Christmas tree snug in our warm barn on a day when the wind chills have been 30 below zero.