Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Three of Hearts

A simple hooked rug from lots of scrap is amazing how many extra wool strips I accumulate.  Didn't have to cut a one for this little rug.

Mixed old mustard yellows

Old reds

Vintage blues

Worms from the scrap basket makes some of the best rug!

It was such a nice day that I loaded up the kiddos after I picked up Sloan from school and we went to the park then of course we stopped for slushies!

Love begins at home, and it is not how much we do.....but how much love we put in that action.  
Mother Teresa

Happy Trails....Ginger


Three Sheep Studio said...

I love the colors you have chosen for the hearts in your rug. Just beautiful. I completely agree with Mother Teresa...people first.

Primitive Stars said...

Hi Ginger, love love love your heart rug, so sweet, Blessings Francine.

moosecraft said...

Another beautiful rug! And, that quote is sooooo true!

acorn hollow said...

love your quote!!! Sweet hooked mat I have so many woolie worms I could make a thousand of those what a waste for me not do something with them.

Shelley said...

what a lovely use of "leftovers"!!!!

Saundra said...

It is really rewarding to use up those woolie worms from the basket isn't it. It was great fun hooking Magdalena's Lollipop rug for that very reason. Nice hearts m'dear.


Farm Girl said...

Just lovely, I have been hankering for a little heart rug. I need to grab a sharpie. Have a wonderful day Ginger.

Jennie in GA said...

Love that little rug. I need something new for Valentine's decor. This is the perfect idea!

WoolenSails said...

Simple is always nice and hearts are a great way to enjoy working with textures and colors.


Angie Berry ~ Berry Homespun Primitives said...

Simple yet so pretty Ginger, love it!!

Have a grand week~