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I adapted my rug hooking pattern, Folk Flowers, to create this kit. I know all you primitive lovers will like it -
behind the central flower design remains open (unworked), for a shadowbox effect. You can leave it as I did, or fill in the background if you wish. I worked this one with two strands of wool thread. 5.5 x 5.5 inches
You Hold My Heart is a great piece to give as a Valentine's Day gift, or to create and display in your home all year. I designed the heart and hand with a twist, as the hand is actually holding the heart. I used 2 strands of overdyed cotton threads to achieve an antique look. 5.5” x 3.5”
This is my punch needle version of my Patriot's Pineapple rug hooking pattern. The pineapple is the Early American symbol of hospitality -
4 x 3 inches
Love old quilt patterns? Me, too! This punch needle purse features my adaptation of a pattern from an old Hawaiian quilt. I punched it on charcoal wool, using 3 strands of wool threads-
This Autumn wool purse features a yellowware bowl brimming with fall bounty. I punched it on a natural wool using 3 strands of wool blend threads-
This purse patterns is Spring Flowers, which features a big bouquet of primitive flowers. I punched mine on denim wool, using 2 strands of wool blend threads-
9 x 12 inches
Need a nice-
I was asked by CTR Needleworks and Weeks Dye Works to create a project, using my CTR punch needles and WDW beautiful overdyed threads. Weeks Dye Works promoted the pattern and project at the TNNA show in 2011. You can download it for free from their web site! Or, get it here on weavers or interfacing, ready to punch! I used interfacing fused to overdyed wool for this model.
6.5 x 5.5