I had to check my calendar to make sure of the date because this is looking out my front door. THIS time I have the tractor in position and ready but I’m low on fuel. Ugh. It’s always something.
And the race is on! Yesterday Reed and I started his rug and he was so tickled with the process that he took the frame and fabric home with him. Good thing he did because school was cancelled today and he can keep working.
First comes warping the frame.
Twining the first row and turning the corner is the hardest part. After that it’s all easy until the very last center row which is a tight squeeze. His work is excellent, isn’t it?
Remember I said “the race is on”? Here is Connie’s rug that needed some time and inspiration so she’s is going to work on her rug, too. I am going to get my frame out and warped so I can work with them.
Anybody else interested in making a rug, runner or placemat? We can send you the book and DVD for $20 which includes postage. Just send your check to Country Threads, 2345 Palm Ave, Garner, IA 50438.
I watched Villlanova crush Michigan last night – what an overwhelming win/loss for each team. The three weeks of March Madness are my favorite 3 weeks of the year and now it’s over once again. I couldn’t go to bed until I had watched One Shining Moment – I can still hear it!