Saturday, January 3, 2009

Primitive Rugs ~ Hooked & Punched



My first hooked rug for 2009! It's amazing what can happen when you don't sleep much and you hook by the light of the moon.



My first needle punch of the year! It's promised to go out in the mail on Monday!
It's a pattern by Fully Wooly Primitives. A simple design that just seems to say spring is on it's way!

What a wonderfully, warm day we have had today. It's hard to believe but we made it into the 70's. It's suppose to turn cold again tomorrow and hopefully we will be seeing rain soon. We are in a burn ban because we haven't had enough rains and the ponds are really getting low at our place.

Hope your having a wonderful day and finding some time to do what you love best!

Happy Trails....Ginger

11 comments:

Kimberly said...

Beautiful Ginger! The flower basket reminds me of a quilt I have hanging in my entryway.
Blessings, Kimberly

Tomatoe Creek Prims said...

Just beautiful!
Rondell

Lea of Farmhouse Blessings said...

Ginger, do you have a magic wand or something? I can't imagine how you can create this lovely things so quickly. Beautiful as always!

Smiles,
Lea

Miz T. said...

There is wonderful movement in your basket of flowers rug. I love it! With these great pieces you certainly have a great start at having a productive year. Thanks for sharing!
Lauri

primitivebettys said...

Lovely finishes, Ginger.... as always! I do totally LOVE your hooked rug!!!!!! :) What are your plans for it?

Shellmo said...

These turned out beautiful! I love the colors and design!!

Cora from Hidden Riches said...

I'm just drooling here!!!!! Just beautiful! I, too, was wondering how in the world you get them done so fast. . . .!!!!????

Cora

Trudy said...

Oh Ginger,

I love it:) The colors are so beautiful together, and it just flows. What a lovely piece of art for whomever it is for.

Trudy

Carrie P. said...

Love your work. You are so talented.

Anonymous said...

Ginger, you have a true hooker gift ... just beautiful ... colors, design, technique ... wonderful!!!
Linda in NH

Joni of Fully Wooly Primitives said...

Hi - You did a great job using my pattern - looks lovely. Thank you Joni (fully wooly primitives)