We had no requests for showing the house today, and what a relief! A normal day! So I worked on my "day job" of catching up on pattern orders and preparing teaching materials for my class in Mesa AZ which takes place in three weeks. As draining as drawing a bunch of patterns can be, I actually enjoyed it today as something normal and routine. It was sort of soothing to be back in the groove of tracing off patterns.
Two of the patterns I finished up are for customized dog breed rugs. One is an alteration of the antique rug I've been hooking with my own Pembroke Welsh Corgi overseeing a flock of sheep. This pattern is for Ellen, who requested the pattern with her two Cardigan Welsh Corgis. Here's a mock-up of the pattern - and a thank you to Ellen for ordering the pattern.
|Antique rug adaption with Cardigan Welsh Corgis.|
The other customized pattern is for Linda who plans to hook this rendition of her Yellow Lab and Sharpei in my class in Tyler Texas next June. Linda plans ahead as you can see. I wonder if she'll find she can't help from hooking these guys before next June. Thank you Linda for ordering the pattern.
|Original design with customized dog breeds.|
Hope you are having a great week!