I've got my oranges cut into strips and ready to go.
The hooking process is coming back to me slowly but surely.
Alexa, my Echo, has been reading me this while I hook. I am so happy Audible had it to listen to. It's been my favorite Halloween book since I could read.
I'm not the world's best hooker but if you're are going for the primitive, rustic look, I've got it down pretty well.
It's really quite addicting. I was wondering how I got so much of the turkey done in only one month-and now I know.
Wow, that is going great guns! So glad your orange arrived so you could hook away!ReplyDelete
It's one of those projects where I imagine you saying .....just a few more loops. Next thing you know it is after midnight!
It goes really fast and looks pretty. Rug hooking is also on my to do/to learn list, very long list. Your works are so inspiring!ReplyDelete
Oh I love the look of the pumpking ! so fun to see a jackolantern in progressReplyDelete
Your Jack-o-lantern looks so good! You get me in the holiday spirit. I love it! I'm also completely on the audiobook train! You done dragged me in! It's greaT!ReplyDelete
Stoooooooooop! You're making me want to start hooking right this minute!ReplyDelete
Love your hooked pumpkin! Now I have to check out your Halloween book for the GK; I used to love her books but never read that one. Thx.ReplyDelete