This is one of those patterns I've been thinking and planning on for quite some time. Living here in the Smoky Mountains, I am always captured by the peace and grandeur of views like this. It just called out to me to try and hook it . So I did, and now I want to share it.
The pattern is actually pretty simple and it uses mainly one color, mountain blue -- in 9 values! It takes a lot of dyeing on my part and planning to get it all put together, but I think I've come up with a pretty good product that will lead you through pretty easily in creating this lovely scene. Just be sure to read the instructions.
Included in the kit: 8 x 16 pattern on primitive linen with 4-inch borders, serged edges and zig-zag finishing line around the pattern 100% wool (Dorr), hand-dyed and cut in size 6 strips (3/16 inch) Wool ID cards Project instructions Image of completed project Hand-dyed wool yarn and cording for finishing
What you will need in addition to the kit: Rug hook Scissors Rug hooking frame or quilting frame to hold the pattern taut Yarn needle for finishing
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