Another sweet little rug! I can't believe how fast you get them done with the Oxford punch. I love the sheep and the background.
oh I love this... sheep are one of my favorite and this is just so nice. Great JobHappy New YearSabrina
Oh Ginger Ginger Ginger! You need to give us a tutorial for speed hooking/punching/crafting! ;)Love the design of this one - oh so sweet!
Cute piece Ginger!
I love your rug. I want to learn to do this, what and how is a good way to start? where do I get a beginners rug kit?Thanks for your helpAngie
You have gotten me curious about punching so I am thinking of trying it. I just went to the Oxford Punch Needle site and there are different sizes. Would a #10 regular be the one I should pick for using both yarn and wool strips??Any advice would be greatly appreciated.Kim
I think I have one of those, found it in a box in mom's basement, and never got around to learning how to use it. Did you use yarn? Love the sheep by the way. :)
Beautiful sheep rug!Did you get your snow? We are still waiting here in Northeastern Oklahoma. It's been all around us. I can't believe we haven't had any at all by now, crazy!
Too cool!! I really strained the old eyes trying to distinguish the yarn from the wool on this one and couldn't make it. Its a great piece. I am going to try the combination soon of both yarn and wool strips. So neat!! Your blog is so full of fun things, I love it.
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