I finished two rugs in two days. Of course, one of them was almost finished. I just had to put the finishing touches in the cave. I started the other one at the beginning of February. Anyway, I am going to take a little break from rug hooking, since I am coughing so much. Its embarrassing, especially since everybody is thinking about the coronavirus. I already went to the doctor to check it out. My lungs are fine. I’m just allergic to the wool dust.
Anyway, here are the rugs:
My advanced quilted embroidery class will be held at The Cotton Patch in Lafayette on May 8 and 9. See previous entry to see the quilts I will be teaching.
Those rugs are wonderful! What a blessing you are!
Hi Debby, I love your latest rugs! (I love all your work) I am totally new to quilting for myself despite reading your blog for some years. Could you tell me what iron you use for pressing your pieces as you go?
Thanks, Leigh B Butler
I have used many different irons. Right now I have a Black and Decker iron that had very good reviews on Amazon.
As always, your work is just beautiful!
Also, glad you went to the doctor and especially glad to hear it was a wool dust allergy and not Coronavirus. You should knit for a while. Only danger there is sitting on a DPN, LOL.
I have two small knitting projects going. And a big quilt that I am hand quilting. Also two quilts in the studio that I am working on!
These are fantastic! So beautiful, lovely colors.
Love the rugs : )