Dancing Tulips Mug Rug
Dancing Tulips Mug Rug
The Dancing Tulips Mug Rug is the third in a series of four seasonal mug rugs. Jennifer’s 2015 mug rug challenge started January 5th with the first of 52 which can be seen on her blog www.quiltsbyjen.ca. A selected few are included in this feature purely for eye-candy and inspirational purposes. Designed by Jennifer Houlden Quilts by Jen www.quiltsbyjen.ca
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The Little Swallow
The Little Swallow
The Little Swallow draws from centuries old craft practices and brings together a Japanese Shibori dye method, a woven Egyptian textile remnant, and a Canadian folk art. Designed by Michelle Sirois-Silver Vancouver, British Columbia 604.253.4372 www.michellesirois-silver.com
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Cock-A-Doodle Rooster
Cock-A-Doodle Rooster
Primitive rug hooking is simple and its simplicity is where the art is. Designed by Michelle Miller [email protected]
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Winter Blues
Winter Blues
Beautiful blues and misty purples make up this quiet winter scene. Lise Merchant Lise Merchant Rug Art Studio [email protected]
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The Boys Primitive Hooked Rug
The Boys Primitive Hooked Rug
Using old techniques, and to give new life to old items, Michelle’s pattern is based on two Siamese cats that she shares her home with. About eighty percent of the wools in this rug are recycled from skirts, jackets, pants, and old wool blankets. The rest, mostly the reds and oranges, which were harder to find are mill, or hand dyed. There are over forty different colours and textures of wools in this rug pattern. Designed by Michelle Miller [email protected]
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