Sunday, April 7, 2013

Progress on my sheep rug and a little show and tell.

I just wanted to share with you the progress that I am making on my sheep runner. I am working on it just a few hours in the evenings.

I also want to share with you some of my finished projects.
Below is a wall hanging or could be a small rug. It its wool hooked and backed with a calico print.

This Is Mrs. Penelope she is a one of a kind primitive rabbit. She is wearing a cream muslin dress with a wool and needle punch bag. I hand painted her face.

Now I want you to meet Emma. She too is a one of a kind primitive doll with a calico dress. Her face is hand painted and she has a little friend in her pocket.

This is a wool applique pillow that I made and completely by hand. It is so cute and the back has a special little touch.

 One of my primitive bunnies that I made from muslin that I hand dyed with walnut stain.

 Below are two chair pads that I punched with a variety of wool yarns. I finished the back with a calico prints and a blanket stitch around the edges. Both are my own designs.


Below is a hanger that was I cross stitched from a design from Notforgotten Farm. Backed it with a little wool. And finished the edges with matching cording.

This is a wool penny rug with a little sheep that is finished on the back with a calico print and a little accent button.

This is a hipster purse that I made and I am so proud of. It is a one of a kind also. The sheep is punched with wool on the front and the back is knitted then felted. The strap is nice and long. It has a magnetic closure and is lined with a few pockets.

 Well last but not least is a long wooden cutting board that I put a cross stitch that I finished on it

I think that I will be listing some things on Etsy. I would be interested in your comments. Thanks for stopping by.


  1. Wow Cindy - What a great collection of projects you've made! I love every single one of them! I'm just gathering supplies to try my had a rug punching - borrowed a frame from a friend - but I'll be using wool strips instead of yarn - wish me luck!

  2. Beautiful finishes!
    I'm not a hooker but I am a puncher! lol.... want to learn more of the rug punching using the oxford needle and yarns.