I finished the small piece called, Primitive Star, to top an antique box belonging to my hubby. The photo below makes the box look greener than it does in person. This small project filled some of my time while I awaited a visit from the Muse.
Ms. Muse took her sweet time, but she has shown herself and offered a bit of inspiration for the Magdalena Rug Hookers group angel project that I want to do. I love winter and snow scenes, so I opted to do a snow angel. I have another idea for an angel rug that I might also hook. I need hooking projects to keep me busy and out of trouble! Because I’ve been busily preparing for the holidays, I will share the angel design with you next time. It’s on linen, but that’s all I’ve done so far. I will need to dye some wool for the snow. Snow isn’t just white, but has shadows and reflections in many tints.
I have an article and a hooked project in the Jan/Feb 2017 issue of Rug Hooking Magazine. It’s a winter design depicting the Swedish Tomte trudging through a snowy field at night. Does the snow look blue to you at night under the light of the moon? My article describes why. The Night Visitor has been mailed to my sweet granddaughter, Lucy, in Oregon. I hope she likes it!
I’m enjoying a visit from a friend, who recently moved out of state. We have many fun plans to fill the days she is here. I hope you all are having a happy and busy holiday season. I’m looking forward to 2017 with some trepidation, but will hope for the best.
There’s a lot of beauty out there and in the winter landscape.