That's how I felt on sunday.
|The under-side of one of Patto's proggy rugs, which has been used on the earth floor in her shed for more than 6 years!|
I've made a braided rag rug before (and am in the process of braiding and braiding for another, much bigger rug) but had never before encountered hooky and proggy rugs - the kind we learned about on the weekend. I'm pretty into them, and can't wait to get started. Just have the small matter of a dwelling for my family to attend to first. But I'm telling you now, our front door rug, and possibly many other rugs in our house, are going to be of the hooky variety.
|One of Patto's works-in-progress - an enormous hooky rug made using old tracky-dacks and t-shirts.|
If you're interested in learning about proggy and hooky rugs, I can highly recommend this book by a kind-of local lady called Miriam Miller.