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Read the full title NorthwestFolkDesign Hand Hooked Rug Raven Contemplation Pattern by Marijo Taylor Rug Hooking Patterns Hand Hooked Rug Primitive Pattern

*This listing is for the pattern only and not the finished work* If you love hand hooked rugs with a primitive or antique look, then you have found the right place. Northwest Folk Design patterns are by Me, Marijo Taylor. They are a unique form of folk art that will transport you to a simpler time. My shop has all you need to get started, whether you are a beginner rug hooking enthusiast, or a long time rug hooker. Please let me know if you have any questions regarding your purchase and I will assist you in any way I can. Now a little more about this primitive rug hooking pattern. I love and admire Ravens and Crows. This piece was inspired years ago by a raven that landed in the garden of an Oregon coast house where we stayed every year. He landed right near the deck at the garden's edge in the native Salal shrub that surrounded the planted flower garden. I'm aways entranced by the place where the cultivated meets the wild, and this Raven's presence added to that magic of that moment in nature. This piece, Raven's Contemplation with its simple patchwork of bird, leaves, and berries is a good beginner project. Yet, even the more experienced rug hooker will want to bring this little fellow inside. The listing shows you two different color ways you might want to hook it in. One color way shows the background hooked in an 8 and 8.5 cut. The wools used for the medium value background, is a mixture of many textures over dyed, brownish green, deep gray green, mill dyed brown plaid and small green plaid and marbleized dull olive green and golden gray. I always find backgrounds a lot fun to hook. I think backgrounds are a really important element for our rug. Ninety-nine percent of the time, I am hooking my background right from the beginning, making sure the colors and values are the right blend for the motifs to jump or fade into. The Raven is a mixture of blacks, greens and brown textures. He is the center of attention with his bold, saturated colors. The leave outline, berries and flower are in the orange-red family. A wonderful complement to the greenish -brown background. The colors within the leaves segments are light greens and warm soft golds like the stem, all adding to the autumn woodsy vibe for this version of Raven's Contemplation. The original version color way for Raven's Contemplation features a light value green tinted, oatmeal background. The raven is more of a vibrant navy blues and blue blacks. The leaves' segments are a variety of greens and blues that compliment the berries and flower in the red family with a range of red pinks. It seems like a bright spring or summer day. The pattern measures 11" x 14" half circle. It is printed on primitive linen, with edges zigzagged, and a border of 3 1/2" or more. Each pattern comes with a photo of the full rug and a close-up photo to help in color planning. All Northwest Folk Design patterns are created by me and protected under copyright law. Please respect the artist. This pattern will ship via first class mail, or you can choose to upgrade to Priority shipping within the US. Check shipping policies for international shipping.

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Rug Hooking PATTERN, Star Mug Rugs, P157, Folk Art Stars Coasters, DIY Primitive Star Ornaments, Christmas

"\"Star Mug Rugs\" pattern is hand drawn on your choice of cotton monks cloth or primitive linen. This is for the PATTERN ONLY, not the finished mug rugs. You will receive a color photo with purchase along with instructions on how to finish them after hooking. This pattern does not come with instructions on how to hook. Each of these four stars measure approximately 5\" in diameter. I hand draw the four stars on a 19\" x 20\" foundation fabric, making it fit on most rug hooking lap frames or in a sturdy 14\" hoop. The raw edges of the fabric have been serged to help prevent raveling while hooking. The finished samples in the photos show you the colors I used to hook them. You can order a wool pack OR kit with these colors in this listing: https://www.etsy.com/listing/744884593/star-mug-rugs-kit-or-wool-pack-w385-diy?ref=shop_home_active_1&frs=1 These would make an ideal hostess gift. Have a stack ready for holding that cup of coffee, tea or cocoa. Your mother, sister, daughter, granddaughter or best friend or rug hooking friend would be delighted to receive one (or more) of these :) If you need a hook, you can see the hooks I carry here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/DesignsInWool?ref=listing-shop2-all-items-count&section_id=7706447 To purchase a star ornament already hooked and ready to hang, see listing J711: https://www.etsy.com/listing/213236488/primitive-star-rug-hooked-ornament-j711?ref=shop_home_active_3. You can see some of these hanging in the last photo. Thank you for visiting and please feel free to contact me if you have any questions. © Mary Johnson. All patterns at Designs In Wool are copyrighted by Mary Johnson, the designer. Your purchase of this pattern gives you rights to use this pattern yourself or give as a gift, one time . You cannot make new copies, redraw, reproduce in any manner on your own or give this design to others. Thank you for respecting my small business by keeping copyright laws. Designs In Wool Studio is a smoke free, pet free environment."

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